Four Awesome (cheap!) iPad Apps for Kids in 2013

The mobile market has gone gangbusters the past few years and while it was all fun and games in the beginning, educational value has now caught up. Chances are, your little boy and/or girl will spend a considerable amount of time playing with apps on your iPad, so make sure they get some real value out of it.

Here are some of our favorites that USA Today recommended:

Elmo Loves 123s

Sesame Street, ages 3-5

Excellent app with Sesame Street’s Elmo and Abby. Teaches kids about numbers 1-20 through videos and songs. Also teaches early math.

Rounds: Parker Penguin

Nosy Crow, ages 3-6, $4.99

Worth every penny, this app teaches kids science basics by helping Parker Penguin grow up in Antartica

Bugs and Numbers

Little Bit Studio, LLC.,  ages 4-8, $2.99

18 engaging games that teach numbers and math concepts up to early fractions. The games adjust in difficulty depending on your child’s progress.

Where’s My Perry

Disney, ages 8-up, $.99

From TV’s “Phineas and Ferb,” secret agent Perry needs your child’s help in solving puzzles created by the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz. Over 100 creative and fun puzzles that teach physics basics.

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One Response to “Four Awesome (cheap!) iPad Apps for Kids in 2013”

  1. lindseyMarch 20, 2013 at 5:07 am #

    I bought the Bugs & Numbers for my daughter. Have to say – $3 for that much fun education was a no-brainer!

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