When kids have an easy and fun way to learn the alphabet, they’re on their way to becoming early and enthusiastic readers. The Alphabet 2012 app is a great way for younger children to learn the basics of the alphabet and how letters work in words. Using the remote control, kids pick one of five displayed words that begins with the featured letter, so they’re not just learning the alphabet, but word association and early vocabulary as well.
Smart Tip: The Alphabet 2012 app lets kids see both capital and lowercase letters, making it easier for them to get a handle on reading and writing.
Aesop’s fables have been beloved for thousands of years for their wit and wisdom. The Aesop's Fables app brings these classic tales to life with unique and beautiful illustrations. Kids will love the entertaining little stories told by animals, and parents will love the simple but memorable lessons that each fable teaches.
Smart Tip: Reading the stories aloud with your children is a great way to share meaningful time with your kids and get them started on a love of reading.
In today’s tech-savvy world, giving your kids a jump-start on math skills is more important than ever. The Math Magic app makes math fun for kids ages 3–8 with vibrant colors, a kid-friendly interface and an encouraging reward system. Math Magic is easy to play—children just have to select answers to simple problems, and a real, friendly voice congratulates them for correct answers or gently steers them away from incorrect ones.
Smart Tip: Encourage kids to learn by setting up your own rewards system—as kids get more answers right, they can get closer to a prize that you select, like getting to pick their favorite dessert.
Inspire your budding astronauts with the Solar System Planets app, a fun way to learn about our solar system and all of its planets. With colorful screens and fascinating facts for each planet in the Milky Way Galaxy, Solar System Planets is an ideal way to encourage kids to reach for the stars.
Smart Tip: The Solar System Planets app includes The Solar System Game, which lets you challenge your kids on what they’ve just learned.
Fun for kids and grownups alike, the Today in History app proves that something fascinating happens every day. Just pick today’s date (or any other date you’d like to learn about), and you’ll see what historical events happened on that day, from ancient times right up to the present. Learn about world-changing events, groundbreaking inventions and fascinating historical trivia, along with that day’s listings of major U.S. and international holidays.
Smart Tip: Choose one of the daily facts from Today in History and encourage your child to learn more about it.
From the glories of ancient Rome to the colonial conquests of Great Britain, The Earth Chronicles app takes users on a tour of history’s greatest empires, including many that may be lesser-known but no less fascinating. Learn about great dynasties that changed history, shaped and reshaped the globe, and still influence the world we live in today.
Smart Tip: Earth Chronicles will be especially captivating for kids who are into fantasy or science fiction—many great legends and works of fiction were inspired by these real-life empires.
A great app for helping with science homework, the Periodic Table of Elements app turns your living room into a lab. Colorful visuals and a widescreen display let students view the entire table at once—click on any element for a complete description of that element’s properties, along with photos and category descriptions.
Smart Tip: A terrific companion for anyone studying for a chemistry midterm or final, this app’s bold graphics and informative summaries will be helpful even to more advanced students.
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