New iPad apps are constantly being added to Apple's App Store, but deciding which apps are useful for kids can always be a problem. We understand that it is impossible to stop your kids from playing on your iPad, so we've carefully selected a collection of high quality apps that are full to the brim with educational value. The following are our pick of five best iPad Apps for Kids in terms of usability, ability to hold interest, music and sounds. We hope they will help you on your quest to being the best technology-friendly parent possible!
1. Peekaboo Forest
Peekaboo Forest is a great alternative to other media options. It’s educational, handheld, ad-free, and inexpensive. Peekaboo Forest was designed with preschool age children in mind by the award-winning team of educational media developers at Night & Day Studios, creators of My Very First App. It is the third entry in the beloved toddler app series that began with Peekaboo Barn and Peekaboo Wild. More info @ Apple.
2. Park Math HD for iPad
Park Math HD is the greatest iPad app release from award winning developer Duck Duck Moose. Designed for preschoolers, kindergartners and first graders, Park Math HD teaches early math concepts through repetition and play. Kids will learn counting, addition, subtraction, sorting and more while playing with Blue Bear and his friends on the playground. More info @ Apple.
3. Awesome Xylophone
Awesome Xylophone is a virtual xylophone designed for both iPhone and iPad by Jonemo Yorn. The app quickly turns your iPad into a xylophone adorned with bright colors and musical notes. Whether you have a little one who just loves to tap the screen and wait for sound, or an older child that is learning the importance of musical notes, this is a fun iPad app! More info @ Apple.
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