Author Archives: AppsForKids

uKloo

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Ukloo

By Smiley Guy Studios Inc.

uKloo  Early Reader App is a seek-and-find literacy game designed for ages 4 and up. In this app kids are encouraged to look up word clues, search the screen to find the clues and in the process discover fun surprises along the way! This is a fun way for your child to gain reading skills.

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iBiome-Wetland

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iBiome-Wetland
By Springbay Studio Ltd.

In this app targeted for kids 9-11, Professor Bio is your child’s guide.  He will help you explore the wetland habitat and all the amazing species within it. Your child can do things like: build a Bio Dome and interact with their fascinating food webs through immersive game play.

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Duckie Deck Bird Houses

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Duckie Deck Bird Houses
By Duckie Deck Development

In this beautifully designed colorful app, your child get to customize a bird house for a cute fluffy song bird.  After choosing the tree, tree-house style, pattern/texture, your kids get to do a custom decorating job with paints and other unique decor.  And for the finale, your happy bird moves into his new home!

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The Land of Venn – Geometric Defense

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The Land of Venn – Geometric Defense
By iMagine Machine

AppsForKids Rating: ★★★★★

The Land of Venn is under attack, and in this game you are their only hope!!!!  You are the only one who can save the Land of Venn from utter destruction by the hands of the evil wizard Apeirogon who lives atop the Dark Square Root.  Using geometric defenses (straight lines, open shapes, triangles, etc.) you can destroy the Bookenriders and defeat Aperigon.  This is a wonderfully creative, highly educational, all around wacky fun app that is made for ages 4-10… but can be challenging for any age.

 

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Piiig Labs: Science Experiments for Kids

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Piiig Labs: Science Experiments for Kids
By Piiig Inc.

Piiig Labs is a digital playground for your child to explore science concepts in an old fashioned way, by putting together mini projects and learning through interaction and sometimes trial and error. By being “hands on” in the building process, kids get an inside look at how things work!

This is a great way to bring science into your home without the mess!

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