Kidloland: Nursery Rhymes offers preschool aged kids an extensive library of fun and educational songs to keep them entertained (and help them learn along the way). The app is free for download and has dozens of songs available to try, but with the subscription you can open up a library of over 1,000 songs, games, and activities for your kiddo!
Bottom Line: Don't hate me for recommending a musical instrument app for your kids. Yes, I know it's painful in the beginning, but this app really works because I could use it and if it can teach me how to play, it can teach your kiddo how to make beautiful music instead of sounding like screeching cats meowing in an alleyway. The app is fairly simple to use and for just $4.99, you can't go wrong.
I have zero musical knowledge or talent --nada. In fact, people tell me to stop humming because I do it out of tune. Lucky for me my ten year-old son and twelve year-old daughter are quite the musical experts needed for this Good FREE App of the Day, Melody Composer Squared. The developer, Pavlo Karnaukhov makes melodies more understandable to visual learners like me. Click through to see how come I like this app and why your kids might enjoy it too.