This week had a very clear theme: educational games for toddlers.

And we loved it! (Who doesn’t enjoy adorable animals and bright colors?) We found a bunch of super cool apps that would be great for your little ones, everything from basic math lessons to mastering the ABC’s and painting, we’ve got you covered.

AND we have good news! Play BC is having a special offer and is going to be free this weekend!

Play BC 

Play BC

It’s challenging for an alphabet app to stand out, but this app does so by delivering excellent graphics, an impressive level of interactivity, and a solid user interface.

Check it out!

 

Top Apps of the Week – APProved! 

Math with Springbird

Math with Springbird

Math with Springbird

Every math problem you get right Springbird springs to the next level of each tree. Beat each level to free your friends from their cages. Once all levels are completed you can listen to your friends’ songs. An excellent concept that is executed to perfection. The gameplay is extremely addictive and fun. There are very few math based games that can make that claim.

 

Agnitus

Agnitus

Agnitus

Agnitus is a great looking educational app for math, colors, shapes, and much more. The app features an in depth report card to measure your child’s success and help him with his weaknesses.

 

 

Jumble Jungle

Jumble Jungle

Jumble Jungle

Jumble Jungle is neat looking app which combines puzzles with animals. The graphics look great and the interface is incredibly simple and easy to use.

 

 

 

Sight Words & Spelling with Pixopop

Sight Words with Pixopop

Sight Words with Pixopop

Sight Words and Spelling with Pixopop features a very cool and colorful looking interface. There are 3 game modes including flashcards, spelling, and a quiz mode.

 

 

 

Doodledroid

Doodledroid

Doodledroid

Doodledroid is a very powerful drawing app. The app includes several writing instruments to use, every color swatch available, and features a way to save drawings. Our favorite feature is the pressure sensitive control for the marker – the harder you press, the bolder the stroke.

 

 

Famigo would like to thank all of these fantastic developers for pouring a ton of time, energy, passion, and effort into creating truly standapart apps that we thoroughly enjoyed reviewing. This is the reason we do what we do! To find the great content for families that might otherwise get lost in the sea of the marketplaces.

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To learn more about the Famigo APProved program, visit our About section and click on the Developer’s tab.

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3 Responses to A Free App for the Weekend!

  1. Liz says:

    I’ve checked a couple of times, but haven’t seen Play BC for free. Was that an error?
    Thanks!

  2. Sarah says:

    Hi Liz! Apologies for the confusion, the price change wasn’t reflected on Famigo.com, just on iTunes. But, we’re happy to send you a promo code so you can have the app for free! Send me an email at sarah@famigo.com and I’ll be sure to send it right over.

    Warm wishes
    -Sarah

  3. We launched our first education and learning mobile game a few weeks ago, named “Coins in a Flash”. The game is glorified flash cards of US coins showing different goals in the form of cents. The objective is to click the correct coins to add up to the goal amount. As the coins are clicked they fly out onto the stage and collide with other coins and the edges of the screen.
    Our second app for coins is called “Coin Quiz”. In my opinion either one can really help teachers show kids how to add up coins and count.
    Let me know what you think and please consider giving our app a review.
    You can see the apps at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=scriptMicro
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A475BZ8
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A475BZ8
    Please check them out I think you will be happy you did.
    Thanks
    Clinton

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