TIme to dust off the iPad to entertain those restless toddlers and youngsters. I came up to New York last night to see my son and grandsons for a night. I haven’t seen the grandsons since January so I am long overdue for some real time with them. My older grandson is in love with rockets and space-x. My younger one is 18 months and just loves going full tilt. Have a great weekend, stay safe.
If you are a parent or grandparent of small children looking for iPad apps, I have a few favorites to share with you.
Several years ago I collected iPad apps for my first grandson, Jack. Some were hits and some were misses.
Apps for kids can be expensive and nobody wants to throw their money away on something that disappoints. Free apps can be very disappointing...poor quality graphics and numerous pop-ups and ads.
Having to constantly click an "X" to close a window that's trying to sell you something is confusing and very frustrating for children and gets old fast for the parent who has to keep telling the child "no" to an additional expense.
The apps listed below are all proven winners...favorites with my grandbabies.
Each one is educational, entertaining, and holds a child's attention.
My grandbabies started using these apps at about 18 months old and continue to enjoy them at age 6, 7 and 8.
Some of these apps are actually FREE!
My Favorite iPad Apps For Preschool Age Children
(In no particular order)
Make A Scene - Farmyard (Innivo)
Make A Scene - Dinosaurs (Innivo)
Toca Doctor (Toca Boca)
Toca Hair Salon (Toca Boca)
Toca Kitchen Monsters (Toca Boca)
Little Writer (Alligator Apps)
Forest Flyer - (Sago Mini)
Bug Builder - (Sago Mini)
Monsters - (Sago Mini)
Babies Dress Up - (Sago Mini)
Honestly, I don't think you can go wrong with any Sago Mini app.
Do you have any favorite iPad apps for preschool age children?
If so, please share in the comments!
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