Kids Games Archive

Kids Numbers and Math

Want your kid to be the next Einstein?  Too bad, but Kids Numbers and Math will certainly help your child’s progression in mathematics.  This app will take your child through the learning process from the very beginning.  Kids Numbers and Math will teach your child the numbers, as well as how to count.  Your child can then play a game where you have to press either the higher or lower number.  The app will then give you basic addition and subtraction problems, and finally, advanced problems which include both addition and subtraction.  This app also includes a match the numbers memory game.  Kids Numbers and Math is a great way for your child to practise math on all levels.

Kids Song Machine

Kids Song Machine will drive your kids crazy…in a good way.  This app includes six popular songs that will bring you waaaaay back to your own childhood.  The list is made up of the following timeless classics: Hickory Dickory Dock, Old MacDonald, Wheels on the Bus, If Your Happy and You Know It, Row Row Row Your Boat, and I’m a Little Tea Pot.  The User Interface is very kid-friendly, and they can interact with the screen during the songs.  Not only will Kids Song Machine keep your kids entertained, but it will also help develop their musical rhythm at a young age.  Download this app if you want your kids to sing-a-long.

SpongeBob Puzzle: Jigsaw

If your kid likes SpongeBob, this is the app for you.  SpongBob Puzzle: Jigsaw will keep your child occupied for hours while attempting to construct scenes from the Nick show.  The concept of the game is to slide puzzle pieces around to for the correct picture.  This is not one of those impossibly frustrating slider games where you can only move into the empty space; all you have to do is drag the square to where you think it fits on the grid.  By forming one picture, you unlock the next one.  The puzzles get progressively more complex and the grid eventually evolves from 3×3 to 6×6.  A nice bonus feature included is that you can look through all the completed puzzles and make any one your wallpaper.  SpongeBob Puzzle: Jigsaw is a great app, as it will keep your child’s attention while developing spacial reasoning.  Download if your kid likes SpongeBob.

Preschool Learning

Preschool Learning is an engaging app that will both entertain and teach toddlers.  There are four modes to choose from.  Alphabet Blocks presents a complete set of alphabet blocks for your child to play with.  By selecting a letter, you can view all sides of the cube using flick motions.  This is great to teach letters.  The next mode is Colors and Textures, which is a coloring book for kids.  By touching a sector, it will automatically be filled by the selected color.  There are a bunch of different options to mess around with for this one, so it will definitely keep your children occupied.  Letter Tracing is the next mode, which will teach your child how to draw numbers and letters using the touchscreen, which is a great tool.  The final mode is Match Party, which as you probably guessed is a basic matching game on a 5×5 grid.  It includes entertaining music, and the cards change from round to round.  Between the four modes, your young children will stay occupied while learning though this fantastic educational tool.

Kids Connect the Dots

Kids Connect the Dots is an app that will essentially put a connect-the-dots book in the palm of your child’s hand.  It is very simple, and very easy to use.  All you have to do is connect the dots with your finger over the touchscreen.  The full image will pop up once you have connected all the dots.  The app will keep kids engages through enticing visuals and rewarding sounds.  Kids Connect the Dots is the perfect on-the-go substitute for a coloring book, and will keep your young children occupied for extended periods of time while developing hand-eye coordination.

Classic Simon

Classic Simon is exactly what the title indicates.  For those of you who forgot, Simon is the game where you have to enter the correct sequence of colors.  Doing so will add one more color to the chain.  In Classic Simon, you can tailor the game to the specific skill level of your children.  The options are slow, medium, fast, accelerator, and magic memory (only shows the new color).  All of these options can be played on the classic 4 color grid, or on an intense 9 color grid.  This wide array of options will keep your kids engaged.  For the competitive spirit, you can see your high score for each specific setting, as well as the all-time leaderboard from Classic Simon players around the globe.  This is a great game to both keep kids occupied and boost memory function.