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Carissa's App Picks for Kids

High-quality apps you can feel good about using with your child.

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Reviewed on 7/29/15

Help a small robot work his way through 100 levels of increasingly...

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Reviewed on 3/23/19

Balance as many animals as you can in the boat -- or just let them swim in the ocean. Cute illustrations, open-ended play and a free price point are the high points of this app.  If you're really focused on balancing animals in the boat, you might find it frustratingly challenging as these...

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Age group: Baby/toddler, Preschool
Reviewed on 3/23/19

Billed as "playable TV" this app has a unique feel. Watch as genius inventor Billie explains to her animated avocado friend, Avo, her latest creations, then she often tells Avo of some objects she needs.  Players then can draw a line on the screen wherever they'd like Avo to walk.  As he walks...

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Age group: Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8
Topics: Science, Stories
Reviewed on 3/23/19

A deceptively simple game of flicking circles across a divided field. You can choose the two player or four player mode, then take turns bouncing a circle across the screen. You can slide it slowly and hope that your circle lands on your opponent's side safely. You can slide it fast and watch it...

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Reviewed on 2/26/19

Create a unique juice blend then watch what silly things happen when your favorite Sago Mini characters drink them! First, choose the basic juice and cup shape.  Next, choose from six different machines that can alter the juice by adding different colors (you've got to try rainbow!), blending in...

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Reviewed on 2/18/19

A digital card game for one or two players, somewhat like the card game Set. In this game, you first choose the card images you want to play with from 8 options (or design your own images!). Then the table is set with two sets of three cards.  When it's your turn, your aim is to make your trio...

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Age group: Grades K-2, Grades 3-5

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