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7 Little Words for Kids

7 Little Words for Kids

Similar to the addictive adult version, 7 Little Words for Kids challenges players to find the correct words for clues the game provides. Each screen presents 7 clues and 16 tiles composed of partial... Read more >

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Daisy the Dinosaur

Daisy the Dinosaur

Daisy the Dinosaur by Hopscotch Technologies introduces children to basic computer programming. A challenge mode tutorial shows how to make the dinosaur move, jump, shrink and grow using drag and drop instructions. Without explicitly... Read more >

Geoboard

Geoboard

In classrooms, a geoboard is a nifty math manipulative made from wood, evenly spaced nails and rubber bands. The Math Learning Center takes Geoboard virtual in its app for the iPad. Like its real... Read more >

The Magic of Reality

The Magic of Reality

Although Richard Dawkin’s The Magic of Reality app is really more of a book, it has enough super interesting and interactive components that we had to review it.  Dawkins is dogmatic about science and... Read more >

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"I have a strong science background and young children. This is the best app for explaining the important concepts to children in a really interactive way. HIghly recommend!" Read more >

Foldify

Foldify

Foldify by Pixie is a rare app that combines digital and hands-on experiences. Children can design three-dimensional models such as cars, houses, pyramids, people, geometric shapes, etc. from templates. Each is entirely customizable with art... Read more >


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Mind Leap’s List of Educational Apps You Will Find Your Kids Using When They’ve Stolen Your iPhone

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Best Classic Family Games Apps

There are some great versions of classic board (and board-ish) games for your tablet.  Here’s a list of some of our favorites.  Yes, they are games, but they have solid educational value and the bonus… Read more >