February 29, 2012

Ipads and Apps: Best iPads Apps for Toddlers

iPads & apps for toddlers
Some children start using and playing apps earlier compared to others, because of that need, iPad apps have a variety of choices your toddlers can select from. The educational benefit of iPad apps is that they can grow with the kids.  Try to read books from iPad with your kids today and two years later, they will be the ones reading for you.

Do you have older children? You can check out the following favorite iPad apps of preschool children.

1.  Monkey Pre-schooler Lunchbox 

They are very cool.  A happy, playful monkey will cheer you up while you’re counting fruit, match cards, and put together the puzzles. You will have a reward—stickers and a happily dancing monkey, definitely.  This iPad app is very addictive.  Some screens may need the assistance of a mom or a dad to help their toddler.

2. DR. Seuss’s ABC

Toddlers may begin early to learn the ABC alphabet.  It is not easy to choose which books of DR. Seuss to purchase first, so you can begin it easy with the iPad apps.  Next, you can add probably “The Cat in the Hat.” It’s all fun clicking an object on the screen then the word appears on it.  Joined by a narrator, you will be told what it is.  This app is great for a toddler’s early reading experience.

3. Fish School HD

This latest educational iPad app is a disguising fun technique of a fish tank.  It’s brought to you by the developer Duck Duck Moose.  You can see how colourful fish will turn into numbers, letters, and shapes.  The monitor for play time is the recess of the child during his learning time.  It starts with the screen singing the alphabet while fish arrange themselves to form the alphabet letters.

4. Letters A to Z

This is a quiet and simple sequence of alphabet letters.  Suitable for toddlers as well as for parents who are pissed off with loud and violent games.  With the first glance, it seems you are to catch the letter on cards so you need to touch the images and the letters. You will hear audios reading the letters for you while the images have a little animation. This iPad app is recommended for children who are new to iPad and not yet hooked to technology.

5. Clickysticky

This app is a sticker book to your iPad along with the 4 assorted scenes to select from. This allows your kids to have creative imaginations, adventures to outer space, deep under the sea, and play with helicopters and jets.  One of the most-liked features of this is the fact that the noisy objects come from the elephant’s trumpet to silly aliens. Whhee!!!

6. Trucks: Storyboy’s iPad app edition 

This app is very attractive. You may want to keep it on your list since it’s not fast to look for apps with great masculinity in them—even if little girls love trucks also.  The app does show you an image of a truck and tell its name.  The price is reasonable and you can add it to your apps collections.  It won’t make you feel bad to delete it when your toddlers have outgrown it.

iPads and apps have the ability to make applications ideal tools for learning. Well-designed educational apps can always combine videos, texts, audios to generate something great regardless of the age of the children.


Ipads and Apps: Best iPads Apps for Toddlers  is a blog post on  Modern Parenting Tips: Styles & Approach to Train & Discipline Children

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At March 16, 2012 at 10:32 AM , Anonymous Rachel S said...

Great information! I find myself reading your blog quite often! Keep up the good work.

At March 16, 2012 at 2:40 PM , Anonymous Not My Parents Parenting said...

I'll check out these apps. Thanks.

Our kids really like Where's My Water. It has some free levels. The object is to get the water to the alligator that wants to take a bath. The water is blocked by dirt that has to be dug out and other obstacles. Problem solving skills are developed.

At March 16, 2012 at 3:30 PM , Blogger Admin said...

Thank you so much for the nice comment, Rachel. You are our valued visitor!!

At March 16, 2012 at 3:35 PM , Blogger Admin said...

Ipads are really fun and educational. There is no reason why apps are not interesting to children as wel as to adults.

At March 24, 2012 at 12:08 PM , Anonymous Medical Billing Software said...

Though you can not restrict a child of this generation to play with the electronic gizmos of today how could are they for the mental development of the child?

At August 14, 2014 at 6:24 AM , Blogger Paresh Vaidya said...

I agree that Ipads are really fun and educational. Also some apps are good. But sometime security and safety is also important. You should have the track of what your kids are doing when they are in school or somewhere out. So try out some an integrated apps to connect with schools in Mumbai which help you to keep your kids safe and secure.
Great post. Thanks for the great post.

At October 17, 2016 at 7:45 AM , Blogger Brandy Lehmann said...

our kids use devices even more than they did it a few years ago.
So that's why you should make use of it and come to this page besttrackingapps.com/ where you find tips on parenting, a lot of articles etc.


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