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Captivating fantasy read filled with movie-like animation and interactive puzzles.
An epic storybook app about two brave foxes who save their island.
Pictorial coding game that is too hard for intended 4-year-old players.
Make math your mission in this STEM game specially targeted towards girls.
Free NIH-sponsored game teaches kids about heart health with fantastic monsters, fun mini-games, and more!
John F. Kennedy's voice inspires kids to play through this history app's two fun learning missions.
Gumshoes set sail on a wacky ship to help solve mysteries and puzzles in this tap-to-explore adventure game that features great cartoon animation.
This clever food-themed educational trivia game sorts its questions into grade levels as well as by subject matter.
Kids travel back in time to meet Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and other famous Revolutionary War heroes in this engaging app that makes history come alive.
This math game for girls has a cool save-a-space-station storyline presented with sleek graphics and animation, and strong female role models.
An app where the animated characters talk directly to you and listen to what you say to create a conversation. While it isn't perfect, it is magical.
A tool for crafting 3D paper projects in the real world.
This app puts vocabulary practice inside of nine diverse, engaging games.
Plastic Bottle Scrooge, who notices that Earth Day is coming, responds with "Bah. The environment. Humbug." So starts this charming environmental romp based on the Dickens' classic.
In this fun simulation game, kids open their own dinosaur zoo and operate it to earn money.
An action/adventure game based on the movie Brave that squanders the opportunity to create a terrific video game with a strong female lead. Instead, the game plays like a typical combat adventure game created for young boys, where the lead character just happens to be wearing a dress.
Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo and Melman the Giraffe as they go undercover in a traveling circus.
This reference app houses information about 36 dinosaurs.
A series of mini-games played with characters from 5 different Disney/Pixar movies all involve lots of physical movement as kids jump, lean, and throw.
Presented as an animated comic book, this mystery has Carmen and her gang stealing the Statue of Liberty. Kids become gumshoes and solve this crime by doing math problems.