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Kids learn about modern art by playing with this unique set of art tools. They can create their own artwork or follow step-by-step projects based on famous pieces of modern art during which they can add their own unique flair.
With a catsuit to don, and the ability to clone yourself into lots of little Marios, this platform puzzler is great fun for a solo player, but it is even better when played with up to 4 others.
This app connects you to your Facebook friends to a shared iPad screen for collaborating, using drawing tools, video chat, and photos. It is a place to let joint creativity soar.
A wacky, vegetable sorting game that teaches kids about healthy eating.
Kids solve eye-popping puzzles by paying attention to the layered colors of paintings of animals.
Kids recreate images constructed by layering various geometric patterns on top of each other. While simple in concept, these puzzles are challenging to solve; but they remain fun because they provide kids with a workspace in which to experiment.
Elegant app for teaching kids how to create their own stop-motion films. Kids can draw their own characters or use the stamps provided by the app.
Kids animate geometric shapes in this stop-motion film-creator app. They will learn to combine or layer shapes on top of each other to create more interesting characters.
Kids become stars of their own comic strips by taking and then placing photos in a template and tweaking the talk bubbles.
The popular board game gets a digital face-lift as families vie for railway domination of the map of the United States.
Three different marble games where player flick marbles to earn the most points.
A variation of Charades where the group acts out words, trying to help the designated player figure out what is on the hidden screen of his/her smartphone or tablet.
Sophisticated and magnificent, this fairy tale is meant to be enjoyed by older children and even adults.
This exciting adventure game uses real toy figures to introduce heroes into the game. These heroes have tops and bottoms that can be switched to create new heroes -- a cool feature that is tied into the strategy of how to best play the game.
80 mini-games to explore in several different modes, all with the theme of having fun with friends.
Kids compose music by drawing a path across the screen for a train to follow.
A clever math practice app that uses a mystery theme to get sleuths rearranging numbers to make equations.
This math game for girls has a cool save-a-space-station storyline presented with sleek graphics and animation, and strong female role models.
Exciting math puzzler that secretly teaches kids algebra in a step-by-step manner.
Disappointing sequel to the popular Where's My Water app. By moving to the free-to-play mode, this puzzle app loses its magic because Disney seeks to make money by frustrating the player with an energy timer. And it isn't really free -- you eventually have to pay or have Facebook friends bail you out.