Good afternoon, Does any body know of any good apps that are good for a 2 year old? Educational type apps, games are ok also, but prefer educational or books etc.
Does anyone use any apps for newborns? as in lullaby's?
Thank you in advance
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06-01-2014 11:54 #1
Iphone Apps for a 2 year old & Newborn
06-01-2014 12:33 #2
Subbing as I'm always looking for great apps for 2yr olds
My DS loves Play School Play Time (I have it on my ipad not sure about iphone)
Endless Alphabet and Endless Reader
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18-01-2014 20:32 #3Junior Member
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My DS is 2.5 and he has a language delay. So I bought Big Blue Box Farm and he's starting to say more animal names. He really likes that app.
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18-01-2014 20:35 #4
Monkey preschool lunchbox is quite good for toddlers
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18-01-2014 20:48 #5
I've got a newborn ( well 11wks- is that still considered newborn?) and I've just downloaded lullabies from iTunes rather than an app.
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18-01-2014 20:51 #6
Some of these I got a while ago so I don't know if they are still free:
Wiggles colouring in, twinkle star and farm sounds.
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18-01-2014 21:13 #7
Lil miss loves anything -
Sago mini music box
Sago mini ocean swimmer
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23-04-2014 21:21 #8
My niece (3yrs) loves paper by 53 app - it's not a kids app but it does great drawings. She has her own 'book' and blends her own colours. I bought the in app accessories for me and I think it was about $8 for the paintbrush, pen, pencils, marker and something else.
23-04-2014 21:29 #9
ds2 loves Puzzingo
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