Free iTunes Apps For Kids Roundup ~ 2/28 #free #apps #kids

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It’s time for Friday’s Free Apps For Kids List! Today’s picks include $28 in iTunes paid 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.

I love the variety of today’s apps. My older kids will get a kick out of the Nat Geo app – maybe I’ll have to challenge them and we can find out who is smarter! And there are lots of toddler-friendly and preschool readiness apps for the younger kids.

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GeoBee Challenge HD by National Geographic

Free, was $1.99

The National Geographic Bee is meant for kids in grades 4-8. Three types of game play make sure you really know your stuff and never get bored. In the multiple-choice round, answers come from a library of more than 1300 National Geographic Bee questions. In the map challenge round, you zoom, pinch and tap your way to find spots on an interactive map from a catalog of 1000+ locations.

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Tap Zoo HD

Free, was 99 cents

Watch LIVE animal cameras from all zoos around the worlds and much more! 

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Twinkle Twinkle

Free, was $2.99

Great bedtime app for toddlers. Read the story (or have it “auto read”), Sing along with the Music Video, and learn to count to 20 when you Count the Stars.

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Tiny Firefighters

Free, was $2.99

Help those tiny firefighters and policemen in our interactive seek & find book! Creative, fun and educational. 

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Play and Discover – Shapes, Numbers, Music and More

Free, was $1.99

Venture out on some educational field trips with animal friends at the beach, circus, North Pole, underwater and in the kitchen. Using snap and fit pieces, kids create 12 different interactive scenes. Each one presents a unique early learning challenge from counting how many fish the bear plucks from the ice to watching an elephant blow up different shaped balloons using his trunk. Kids five and under can explore basic preschool concepts in this inviting app.

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Sort and Stack – Play Smart and Learn

Free, was $1.99

Discover this award-winning educational app featuring a variety of stacking games encouraging kids aged 3 and up to organize colors, build shapes and create toys.

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Shape Sorter – Early Learning Blocks

Free, was 99 cents

Featuring adorable shapes, vibrant colors and stimulating sounds, kids love Shape Sorter – Early Learning Blocks. It’s easy to play, fun and educational. Kids learn to correctly sort shapes into 3D cubes and are rewarded with gorgeous designs, funny sounds and English language descriptions. Multiple themed cubes to choose from encourage kids to play again and again.

adding antics

Adding Antics

Free, was 99 cents

Adding Antics is a fun way to practice mental addition skills. Three levels of play (Greenie, Whiz or Guru), each of which gradually increase in difficulty, will challenge players of all ages and skill levels.

my abc train

My ABC Train

Free, was 99 cents

26 fun animations illustrate the entire alphabet with loads of interaction!  Even ABC Train’s big green engine has many touchable features for your child to discover, before exploring the alphabet, one boxcar at a time, unlocking surprises along the way.  Full steam ahead!

nott won't sleep

Nott Won’t Sleep

Free, was $2.99

Award-winning app for children ages 1 and up. Lovable Nott doesn’t want to go to bed; there is so much more to explore! This interactive story starts when Nott is not in the least inclined to go to sleep and it ends when she is totally at peace to close her eyes.

easy eater

Easy Eater 2: Get Your Kids to Eat More Broccoli, Spinach, Salad and Other Fruits and Veggies

Free, was 99 cents

Teach your kids to eat healthier by eating more fruits and veggies. Featured by First Lady Michelle Obama and the Partnership for a Healthier America, Fortune, Forbes, Mashable, and others.

little red hen jack and the beanstalk

Little Red Hen and Jack and the Beanstalk

Free, were $1.99 each

The classic fable of the Little Red Hen, retold like your child aged 3-8 has never experienced it before. In this retelling, your child not only hears the story of the industrious hen and learns about the value of hard work, but becomes a part of the action.

Everyone know the story of Jack and the magic beans, right? Not like in this retelling of the classic fairy tale. Selling the beans, climbing the beanstalk, hiding from the giant; it is all there, and your child will be the one helping Jack in this interactive ebook adventure!

toca doctor

Toca Doctor HD

Free, was $2.99

Let your kids be a doctor for a day! Examine a patient and solve fun puzzles and mini-games that take place in the human body. Beautiful artwork and fun sounds guides your kids through 21 different puzzles!

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Alphabetizing – A Montessori Approach to Language

Free, was 99 cents

This app is a fun and educational activity for children to gain practice identifying the letters of the alphabet and placing them in alphabetical order.

I hope you are able to find some fun free apps to add to your iTunes collection. Be sure to share this blog post with your friends and stop by next Friday for the latest free iTunes apps for kids roundup.


  1. Those are some really great apps, especially the Toca Doctor, you really can’t go wrong with any of the Toca apps!

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