Skeleton Dance by Busy Brain Media

Skeleton Dance by Busy Brain Media is a science app. The app has beautiful clay-animation, introduces children to anatomy, a puzzle game (placing the bones on the empty skeleton shape), and an activity where you can get more information about each bone. So now lets go on a related tangent: at Smart Kids' Apps the... Continue Reading →

Kids Sounds by Pyjamas Apps

Kids Sounds by Pyjamas Apps reminds me of Apple's GarageBand. But instead of using instruments to make music, you touch items in the scene to make sounds. Some of the objects continue to play the sound after you stop touching them, which allows you and your kids to layer the sounds to create interesting patterns.... Continue Reading →

Fiete By Wolfgang Schmitz

As always I am sometimes wowed by some of the apps that we receive at smartkidsapps.org to be reviewed. Fiete by Wolfgang Schmitz is one of those apps. This educational apps consists of a large main screen that is littered with mini games to click on and explore. As a fellow developer, this app shames... Continue Reading →

Wildlife Jigsaw Puzzle 123 by GiggleUp

Puzzles in general are great educationally. Although screen puzzles lose the tactile education elements, Wildlife Jigsaw Puzzle 123 is one of the best puzzle app that we have reviewed. When the app starts you select your board. For any board, particular animals are missing. Clicking on the animal bring up that animal's puzzle. Complete the... Continue Reading →

Magical Music Box By Kidoteca

Magic Music Box by Kidoteca was one of our favorite apps when we started. Notified by the publisher of an update, we will take the opportunity to note any changes to the app as well as revise the review with our current thoughts. Consisting of nothing more than musical boxes, the apps illustrations are beautiful.... Continue Reading →

I Spy with Lola by BeiZ Ltd.

I have played I spy with my children on long road trips. I Spy with Lola is not exactly that game, but it is a lot of fun. Lola the panda travels from place to place around the world. By clicking on a place you enter a scene where you are prompted to find particular... Continue Reading →

Kid Mode by Zoodles

Most tablet (Barnes in Noble Nook HD/+ being the only exception I know) do not have user profiles. Although slightly annoying for adults, it is even more troublesome if you have children. There are so many apps, documents and settings you don't want your child to change, mess-up or download. Kid Mode takes over your... Continue Reading →

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