Here is page two of our Top 100 Completely FREE Apps for Preschoolers! If you missed the first page, be sure to go back and read from the beginning.
This mega list of 100 app contain the most popular posts we have written since the start of Smart Apps for Kids back in 2011. I dug through thousands of posts and found the Top 100 Completely FREE Preschool Apps (no in-app purchases).
Though I am calling it a Top 100, that is the number of posts containing completely free apps. There are actually a total of 572 FREE apps! Yes, 572 apps that will cost you nothing and do not contain in-app purchases for anything. Enjoy and be sure to share with your friends!
Carve-a-Pumpkin from Parents® magazine is the easiest — and safest (no knives involved!) -- way to make jack-o-lanterns with your family this Halloween. Choose from five different pumpkin styles, then either “carve” a design of your own, or pick from our library of wacky eyes, noses, and mouths.. Add a message and you’re ready to share your creation with all your friends! This easy-to-navigate, take-anywhere tool is perfect for families on the go.
This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device, and with iTunes on your computer. Books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
When Andy comes home from the aquarium and gives Hamm something to hold, Woody is jealous. Soon, though, Woody is telling the other toys a story all about his own aqua adventure!
Time to get busy with those design skills! With Toca Tailor Fairy Tales, you can create, combine and style fun outfits for two characters in a beautiful Fairy Tale setting! Choose between lots of clothing designs, then tailor them by adjusting hems and lengthening sleeves.
The Fred Rogers Center has developed FIVE totally free apps for early childhood! Kids can learn critical thinking, problem solving and healthy living through these engaging apps. They're perfect for preschool and kindergarten kids!
Read on to check them all out! And remember, they're all totally and completely free!
These educational and well designed apps also have a great interface for even the youngest users. They're designed for preschoolers, but have some great aspects for early elementary, too. Definitely check out these 11 FREE apps! There are no ads or in-app purchases, either! Plus, they're available both for Android and iOS!
Language Lab: Core Words is the first in a series of apps from the Prentke Romich Company based on developmental stages of language development. In stage one, language objectives include directing the behavior of others and the course of any activity with words instead of behavior, expanding the ability to request and direct action, direct using negatives and identifying familiar people by their name. This exciting app will address all four language objectives.
ABC Order is for children learning the alphabet. Practice putting the letter blocks into alphabetical order with the following options:
- Letter names
- Letter sounds
SlateMath is an iPad app that develops mathematical intuition and skills through playful interaction. The app's 38 activities prepare children for kindergarten and first grade math.
SlateMath forms the foundation of numbers, digit writing, counting, addition, order relation, patterns, parity and problem solving.
Learn 3,000 vocabulary words for free!
Every word from the popular Wordly Wise 3000® series is now available on the iPad®. Use these flashcard activities to build your vocabulary, improve your English, or prepare for SAT tests.
This colorful educational App for the iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod touch® has all 52 illustrated picture flash cards (plus audio of each card’s text) from the Using I and Me Fun Deck® by Super Duper® Publications. Select the cards you want students to see, and have your students fill in the blank to practice the personal pronouns “I” and “me.” The prompts include statements like, “___ wrote a story about lions” and “The story about lions was written by ___.”
Don't miss any of the Top 100 Completely FREE Apps for Preschoolers! No In-App Purchases! Here are links to all ten pages:
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