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Free Iphone Apps for Kids

My daughter loves the IPad and Iphone.  I went through all of the apps she uses and thought I would share them with you all.  I know I love FREE stuff and you probably do too.  I’ll work on updating it as time goes by to let you know what she likes what new apps we find.

Iphone Apps for Kids (Free)

  • Baby Flash Cards
  • Vocal Zoo
  • Alpha Tracing
  • My First Words Food Festival
  • Match Animals
  • Baby Piano (baby cortex)
  • Sound touch Lite
  • Drawing Den
  • Phone4Kids
  • Animals Free
  • My First Puzzles Snakes
  • My First Puzzles Toys
  • Up Fish
  • Cupcake Maker
  • Sundae Maker
  • Donut Maker
  • Cookie Maker
  • Pizza Maker
  • Cake Maker
  • Sandwich Maker
  • Pretty Pet Salon Seasons
  • Kid Mode
  • Toddler Puzzle Shapes
  • Kid’s Zone
  • Tozzle Lite
  • Doodle Fill (Also fun for mommy)
  • Fruit Ninja Lite (Also fun for mommy)
  • Frisbee
  • Mancala
  • Cut the rope (Also fun for Mommy)
  • Feed Me! (pencil bot kids)
  • ABC Touch (Photo Touch)
  • Photo Touch Farm Animals
  • Preschool Memory Match
  • ABC Phonics
  • BB Magic Lite (Bob Books)
  • Peek a bouncer
  • Kneebouncer vol 1
  • Occupy Baby
  • Dance Mickey
  • Chicks (Also Fun for Mommy.. think of the game lemmings)
  • Any Angry Birds (Also fun for mommy)
  • Pickin’ sticks (Also Fun for mommy)
  • Doodle Buddy
  • Tocuh N Paint
  • Glow Paint
  • Bubble Free
  • Sky Burger (Also Fun for Mommy)
  • Bubble Shooter (Also fun for Mommy)
  • Fuzzle (Also fun for mommy)
  • Toddler Teasers
  • Virtuoso (a piano app)
  • Scribble Lite
  • Matching Zoo

 

Electronic Toys

There are soo many different electronic toys out today that it’s hard to pick and chose what to get.  Lady Bug enjoys playing on my IPad but I want to get her something of her own.  I’ve seen tablets made just for kids.  I’ve been looking at the Leap Pad Explorer, the Innotab, and the Nabi.  I’m not really sure what the best one would be.

Each model has it’s pros and cons.  I like that they all seem to be built very sturdy and have that indestructible look to them.  I’d hate for Lady Bug to drop it once and have it break.  I really appreciate that each of them have software developed for kids.  I’m not too keen on the price of some of the games, apps, or software.  Twenty five dollars for one little game seems to be a bit much in my opinion when I can download absolutely free applications on my IPad that Lady Bug loves.

I’m looking for the most versatile tablet that will grow with her.  If I’m going to be schilling out mega bucks I don’t want it to be on something she will stop playing within a month or two.  I suppose I’ll look up some reviews and see what other parents say about each item.  I’m leaning towards the Nabi now but have not made my final decision yet.