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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 10/15/18

Does your child hate brushing their teeth?  Or rush through it? Maybe this app can help.  There are two modes--"Feed and Brush" or "Brush Together."  In "Feed and Brush" you choose which of four animal friends you'd like to feed (fox, rabbit, dog or cat). Then, you feed them some of the foods on...

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Reviewed on 1/12/19

The tiniest car racing game ever!  Also, one of the few games that 11 people can play on one iPad screen at the same time (are there others?  I can't think of many).  In this simple game, choose your race course, choose the color of car you want, then as soon as the starting signal sounds,...

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Reviewed on 1/12/19

If you enjoy silly stuff, slapstick humor and a bit of surrealism, then this is the PERFECT app for you. Chuchel is a small orange dust ball who would really love to be able to eat a cherry that's as big as his head (well, his whole body, really).  Sadly, other characters and circumstances keep...

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Age group: Grades K-2, Grades 3-5
Reviewed on 1/12/19

Visit a virtual zoo with Sago Mini!  In this app, users can explore different areas of the zoo (bamboo forest, jungle, arctic, gift shop, vet's office, zookeeper's shed), picking up the animals and taking them to different areas, trying hats on them from the gift shop, buying drinks from the...

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Age group: Baby/toddler, Preschool
Reviewed on 12/17/18

Become a sushi chef with digital toy maker, Toca Boca! In this app, players choose which foods they want to incorporate into their sushi -- some expected ingredients like fish, other oddball ingredients like candy canes. Next, they choose which kitchen tools they want to use -- knife, frying pan...

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Age group: Preschool, Grades K-2
Reviewed on 12/17/18

A point-and-click adventure game for older players. Robert is a wind monk's apprentice who finds himself on an adventure. Players help guide him through the adventure, tapping where they want him to walk or tapping on objects or characters they want him to interact with. There are lots of clues...

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