Reading Rainbow1 of 11
Unlimited books, videos and interactive photos allow your child's imagination to grow with the Reading Rainbow app. Your child can read the stories or select the app to read to them. With the bold colors and easy-to-follow graphs, this app encourages children to love reading.
Goodnight Safari2 of 11
Your child is the center of the story as he helps the animals' bathe, climb, and find the zebra's baby. The Goodnight Safari app offers fun interactive games to creatively boost their vocabulary and reading skills.
Weird But True3 of 11
Did you know a hippo's lips are about two feet wide? Or before toothpaste was invented some people cleaned their teeth with charcoal? The best-selling Weird But True app by National Geographic is filled with fun and wacky facts, making it a favorite of kids and parents. Use the Weird-O-Meter to rate the level of "weirdness" for each fact and monitor results from all users on the Weirdest Facts list. With more than 900 facts, families can spend hours learning without getting bored.
Just Joking4 of 11
National Geographic Kids presents Just Joking, an app filled with silly jokes that kids can't get enough of. Download the free app with 25 jokes and surprises. Purchase the Laugh Pack for $.99 with 100 jokes, sound effects and more laugh-out-loud surprises. Kids love it because it's entertaining. Parents love it because it keeps kids busy while passing on a little knowledge.
Pixel and Parker5 of 11
Pixel and Parker, part book and part board game, uses an innovative game spinner to create an action-packed adventure that's never the same twice. The app is designed to make reading fun and engaging.
Raz Kids6 of 11
Who says learning has to be in a classroom? Raz Kids offers hundreds of ebooks and e-quizzes to help your child learn in a fun, interactive way. There are 27 levels of difficulty, covering a wide range of subjects. Plus, teachers can customize assignments, view reports, and track student progress every step of the way.
MoMA Art Lab7 of 11
Unleash your child's inner artistic skills with the MoMA Art Lab app. Children can explore how artists use line, shape and color, while learning the history of famous artists. Kids can learn about the artists' processes and use their work to inspire and create their own artwork.
Shout Science!8 of 11
The entertaining stories and vibrant sounds found in this app make science fascinating and fun. Shout Science!—an app for children ages 7 to 11—uses interactive animation, comedic stories, and explosive sound to teach kids about science and history. The app is designed to make children a part of the scientific adventure, which makes learning fun.
Sushi Monster9 of 11
Sushi Monster lets your child learn strategic mathematical skills with an interactive game that uses monsters to make a target sum or product. They earn points with each correct answer; just watch out for distractions. Kids have to use speed and accuracy to place sushi pieces near a monster and reach the target number. If they make a correct equation, then they feed a monster.
Hopscotch10 of 11