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Coding becomes child's play in this fun app about helping adorable characters solve problems.
Giddy-up for a horse-filled adventure that goes from stables to horse shows and campsites to cafes.
With consummate storyteller LeVar Burton at its helm, this library app presents exciting stories with professional narration.
Kids become galactic explorers by pointing their devices at the night sky.
An adorable pet monster overcomes its fear of doctors.
Pictorial coding game that is too hard for intended 4-year-old players.
Kids tinker with everyday objects to create Rube Goldberg-like machines in this series of puzzles.
Kids design racetracks for Monster Truck Blaze in this racing app based on a Nick Jr. TV show.
Odd Squad headquarters is suffering from a mini-blob invasion! Kids use math and logic to wrangle the balls of goo back into containers.
This feminine, feisty flock of angry birds will have you strategizing to solve its delightful puzzles, while also reaching for your wallet for in-app purchases.
Fans of the Wallykazam show get to play four reading games with Wally and friends.
Girls create and direct their own video stories with as assist from Dora and her friends Kate, Naiya, Emma, Alana, and Pablo.
Get into the Halloween mood by completing jigsaw puzzles of cute witches and other spooky creatures.
Using swiping motions similar to Cut the Rope, kids slice objects into fractions to solve over 90 math-infused physics puzzles.
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 math game for girls has a cool save-a-space-station storyline presented with sleek graphics and animation, and strong female role models.
Rube Goldberg-like puzzles where kids drag gadgets and parts into a play space to create wacky inventions, including one that showers a bird.
Kids use a set of robots programmed to do specific building tasks to construct digital worlds in which to play, create stories, and produce art.
Designed to be a resource for new parents, this bi-lingual app (English and Spanish) provides 13 interactive games for parents and kids to play together on their device.