Over time, I summarize my app reviews into lists of Best Educational Apps for Kids, grouped by Age and Subjects. These are updated periodically and the lists are growing all the time. Please check back often.
Top Educational Apps for Kids by Kids Age and Subject
Best Educational Apps for Pre-school (Age 3 – 6)
Top Math Apps for Preschool
Top Natural & Animal Science Apps for Preschool Kids
Top Science Apps for Preschool Kids
Best Educational Apps for Kindergarten and Early Elementary Kids (Age 6 – 10)
Top Math Apps for Kindergarten and Early Elementary
Top Science Apps for Early Elementary Kids
Top Natural & Animal Science Apps for Kindergarten and Early Elementary Kids
Best Educational Apps for Upper Elementary and Middle School Kids (Age 10 – 15)
Top Science Apps for Upper Elementary and Middle School Kids
Best Educational Seasonal Apps for Kids of All Ages
Cool Summer App Ideas
Straight-A Back-to-school Apps
8 Free Christmas apps for kids
Educational Apps of Special Themes for Kids
45 math game apps for kids grouped by age and learning objective
10 Physics Games That Are Safe for Kids to Play
10 kids apps about Bugs – fun and educational
10 apps helping kids learn academics through music
9 apps making outdoor science study fun
10 best geography apps for kids
10 Apps Teaching Young Children Essential Life Skills
8 kids apps for Earth Day
10 autumn themed picture books to read on any tablet
Best Free Apps of Different Subjects or Themes
10 Free game apps that are educational
10 Free math apps for elementary school kids
10 Free Reading Programs that Continuously Offer Free Books for Kids
10 Free book apps for preschool kids
10 Free book apps for elementary school kids
Do you have any recommendations on best educational apps for kids? Please leave a comment below. Thanks!
If you like this collection of apps, you will also like our Best Learning Tools for Kids series. Click on the image below will take you to the post, at the bottom of which you can find the link to all the posts in the series, including best learning tools for the following subjects:
Math Concepts in General ; Counting ; Telling Time
Phonics ; Spelling ; Vocabulary ; Grammar ; Storytelling
Computer Coding ; Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
Nice information share, I love these apps, some of them I like.
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Nice list of helpful apps! I have a few friends I think could really use this list, I will be sending them your way.
Thank you so much for sharing this with your friends.
I really like your website – now I have loads of apps to try out, thanks!
My kids really love the Peppa Pig apps. They’ve helped with my younger daughter’s numeracy skills. I think having a recognisable character keeps them interested whilst also helping them learn under the guise of fun – they’re fantastic. Definitely worth checking out!
Thanks for the suggestion. I will definitely take a look.
Thanks for the apps! Was wanting any advice for apps for reading for kids in K and 2nd grade.
Thanks for visiting. I have some book app lists, I have them added on my pinterest board, but have to update this page soon 🙂 You can find the lists on my Pinterest board http://www.pinterest.com/igamemom/best-kids-apps-by-age-subject/
You might be interested in this list of free online reading programs that all available on mobile devices https://igamemom.com/10-free-reading-programs-for-kids-on-mobile-devices/.
If you are looking for apps that help kids read, such as sight words, vocabulary, reading comprehension, you can check out this list https://igamemom.com/Category/language/, there are more on the list if you click on “previous posts” at the bottom.
Did you try out “Cino on the Farm” or “Cino in the Safari”? We love them 🙂
No I have not. I will have to check them out. Thanks for recommending!
hi i love this app
Call me old fashioned, but I find teaching kids using iPads and apps a bit weird. Nevertheless this is the way things are and we got to change with the times. I wrote an article recently about Temple Run and what it can teach you about life, you might find it to your liking!
Great post! Thanks for sharing. I shared on Google+ and Google Community Educational Apps for Kids. You are welcome to join the community and share any app or game based learning thoughts there.