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It’s time for Friday’s Free Apps For Kids List! Today’s list includes $28 in iTunes apps for kids that are FREE for a limited time only! Grab your mobile devices and take a look at what you can download for free today. Be sure to check the price before you install any apps because these offers are subject to expire at any time.
*Note: I try not to list any apps that have in-app purchases.
Todo Telling Time – Free, was $4.99
Todo Telling Time provides playful opportunities for children in kindergarten through second grade to learn all aspects of time telling through fun, interactive mini games. With this app, children will learn to tell time to the hour and minute, calendar concepts, digital time, and the components of a daily schedule.
Kid in Story Book Maker makes it easy and fun to create visual stories to support learning, social modeling, and early literacy with your child as the star character. Kid in Story Book Maker templates come to life when you place your child or student’s picture on every page. The 12 story templates cover a variety of practical and fanciful topics from promoting good hygiene by washing your hands, to a playful exploration of emotions and facial expressions, to a fantasy visit to San Francisco! You can also write your own custom story or modify any of the templates as you see fit.
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!
Buckle up, friends! It’s time for Toca Cars! In Toca Cars you do what feels right. No rules apply to these roads. Cruise through big puddles of ice cream, fly off jumps into a lake or build a huge pile of houses, stop lights, and mailboxes and drive right through. Ready, set, GO! Suitable for ages 3-9 years old.
2013 NATIONAL PARENTING PUBLICATION SILVER MEDAL WINNER! “Walter’s Flying Bus” is inspired by the real-life art and dreams of Walter and his friends, who all live together at a special needs orphanage in Uganda. Walter lives without a family, and was badly burned as a young boy, yet despite his circumstances, he still seeks adventure and dreams of being a bus driver someday.
In “Walter’s Flying Bus,” Walter finds an abandoned bus and together with the hopes and dreams of his friends, and a little work, the engine soon roars to life! The children realize their dreams are not only inspirational but they have the power to carry them to what they desire most, families that will love them forever.
Find the Puppy is a fun and simple game for young kids. No reading or advanced comprehension skills are required. It can be enjoyed without audio, but with audio enabled the puppy explains the game by speaking. Kids simply swipe around a grid of shapes and colors until they find the puppy. The puppy then hides again in a different place and farther away.
Our friendly animals will help young exploring kids learn and settle down educational vocabulary while searching through a forest surrounded of landscapes and fauna of many colours. Great for toddlers and preschoolers.
I hope you find a new favorite (and free) app today! Be sure to come back next week for Friday’s Free Apps for Kids list.