Cause and Effect:
- Peekaboo Apps--$1.99 (most have free “lite” versions)
- Lalla Funny Stickers—Sea World—free
- Baby First Puzzle—Farm --.99—(there is a free “lite” version)
- My First Words-Flashcards—free (actions, animals, feelings, food, toys, etc are available with the free version)
- My PlayHome Lite—free
- Animal Circus -- free
- My Little Town --free
- My Animals -- free
- MeeGenius—free (you can purchase some books)
- Read Me Stories—Children’s Books—free (you can purchase some books)
- I Like Books--$1.99 (37 picture books; they also have several free books on separate apps)
- Kindle—there are several free children’s books that come available for download off of amazon for the Kindle. If you have the Kindle app on your iPad you can download them for free.
- Curly Hair -- free
- I Hate Washing My Hands -- $1.99
- First Phrases--$15.99 (lite version is .99; also can be used for verbs)
- Picture the Sentence-$9.99 (lite version is .99; also can be used for pronouns)
- Using I and Me Fun Deck -- Free
I use the above listed apps on an iPad, but be sure to search for them on your own device if you have something other than an iPad. Many apps are available across some or all other devices. In addition, there are some GREAT websites for apps, free apps, children's apps, apps for children with special needs, etc. A few of my favorites are:
- Smart Apps for Kids. Most Fridays they have several (up to $50+ worth of apps) for free, as well as daily free apps.
- Smart Apps for Special Needs also has free apps, a list of some of the best apps for working with children with special needs, and has a list of apps for different categories.
- If you have an android device, Smart Apps for Android is also a nice website to check out!
- This is a nice guide for those of you with a Kindle. It separates the apps into age ranges.
- Also, for those of you with a Kindle, Amazon offers a free app of the day. They aren't always kid apps, but worth checking to see.
- Best Apps for Kids also has a free app Friday! They have many ways to search for apps, including by device, category, age, etc.
- This is a nice article that lists 7 places to find free apps for the Nook.