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fredalina:It's not exactly educational but Char loves the talking animals apps. "Roby the Talking Robot" and "Tom the Talking Cat" and such. There are free versions.
Do you have the free or the paid version? So often the free version stinks :-/
ETA: never mind, I see it's a free app with in-app purchasing
Tegan is TERRIFIED of these apps. to the point where she's actually now scared of live cats. We downloaded the talking dog one, thinking she'd be ok since it's a dog... nope, she was terrified of that one as well and wouldn't go near our dogs for about two days after seeing the app. It's crazy.
Allie also likes the Animal Sounds app, it's great!
My son likes Toddler Lock. When you tap on your phone screen... shapes in different colors appear and you can also draw. It plays music when you tap the screen and is not easy for a toddler to get out of.
Peekabo barn (and forrest/wild) are fun
she LOVES apps by duck duck moose (although the Ipad apps are way better - teaches math, language, colors, shapes) Fish school (ipad), Park math (ipad), and music (ipad) are amazing
Elmos monster maker is fun but not that educational
My DD loves toddler flashcards and a few "where is the _____ (apple, cow)" type apps.
Fashiongal1973:We have Peek a boo Barn and Baby Piano.
We have Peekaboo Barn too (use it mostly on the ipad though), and DD loves it. I know it's kind of elementary, but it's really helped her identify animal sounds.