Mega LopArt by LopLop inc.

Mega LopArt by LopLap is a drawing tool where all the objects you draw can be animated. For example you can change the object by shrinking and growing, spinning, squeezing and expanding and/or fading and unfading. The app has the usual tools that you expect from a drawing tool. An easy to use color palate,... Continue Reading →

eMotion Stories by GO UFO Ltd

eMotion Stories by GO UFO Ltd is a collection of interactive stories for deaf and hard of hearing children. The app and the first story are free. The app features an in-app store to buy other stories. The stories are beautiful illustrated. As with most interactive books, the words are highlighted as they are read.... Continue Reading →

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 →

Shiny Circus by Shiny Things

Shiny Circus by Shiny Things is an educational math app geared to children 2 to 5 years of age. It consists of a story about the circus and a set of math concept activities. The story part of the app is typical of a good interactive story book. The words of the story are highlighted... Continue Reading →

TapThePic by Oleg Fedorov

TapThePic by Oleg Fedorov is a straight forward app targeted at very young children. The concept of the app is to show pictures of items or people and have the child touch them. When the child touches the picture it zooms and the app makes a sound. The free version of the app comes with... Continue Reading →

Quick Math+ by Shiny Things

I know Quick Math+ by Shiny Things is supposed to be a math drill app, and as such it is great. Select the particular drill, watch the short introduction and then run through the math drill. All the drills are timed, the app keeps a record of your past runs, the app supports multiple students,... Continue Reading →

Gombby Channel by Magnistage

I played this app with my 5-year-old daughter. Here at Smart Kids' App we are always behind with reviews: too many ask for reviews, and not a lot of time to do them in. My plan was to do a few today, and schedule them to be published through the week. Unfortunately that will probably... Continue Reading →

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