Published on February 13th, 2015 | by Guest


Interesting Apps for Kids

Apps are a great way to keep your kids quiet and occupied while you’re trying to get some work done, and with so many apps being developed on a daily basis, there’s always something for everyone. Whether you have young toddlers or older kids, you can download something that’s going to suit them down to the ground, and you can keep them busy for hours on the device!

  1. Kids Dinosaur Game Free
    Yes, it’s totally free, so you don’t even have to pay a penny to keep your children quiet. This game is particularly good for very young children, with the target audience being those around ages 2-4 years old. The aim of the game is to find all the different pieces and bones of the dinosaur by rubbing the screen. Once all the pieces have been collected, the dinosaur will come to life right before your child’s eyes! Since dinosaur are so popular with young children, this is sure to be one that the little ones will enjoy.
  2. Hay Day
    Hay Day has been around for quite a while now, but it’s popularity with families and young children has not decreased. This game allows the player to build their own farm and customise it exactly as they want to. Apart from being loads of fun, it will also unleash your child’s creative side, as they decide what to put on their land and where to place different things. Buying animals for the farm is easy too, and with so many options and the chance to invite friends too, your kids will never run out of things to do.
  3. Crossy Road
    Crossy Road, an app which was developed late in 2014, requires a fair bit of concentration and thinking ability, so it’s not great for toddlers and very young children. However, 6+ is the average recommended age for this game, with 8-11 year olds enjoying it the most. If you have more than one child, they can all play together by taking turns to see who can get the highest score. With the option to change the character which in turn will change the surroundings in the game, the choices are limitless.
  4. Kids Doodle
    Definitely a good one for all the artists and creative kids out there – this app offers the chance to change the colours and pens that you use to draw different things. The background colours will change too, so it’s always a surprise what’s going to come next. It’s a great way for kids to learn about colours, but for older children, there’s a lot of artistic space if they want to design their own pictures and experiment with different textures.

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