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Educational App Store is the home of fun and educational games for kids to play and learn at the same time. The best way to get your child to embrace learning is to make it fun. Now you can do just that by encouraging them to play fun games and activities. We have selected a variety of games for kids including word, puzzle, math, geography, arcade, sports, and typing games. Some are educational games (i.e math, geography, etc.) and some are just for fun (i.e. arcade, sports).

Check out our extensive collection of games for kids that includes interactive science games, brain games, science quizzes, puzzles and activities that will allow parents to make a sensible choice and keep their kids entertained!



    Word Crush Christmas is a festive version of Word Crush - the ultimate word game! You must guess the words shown in the correct way and correct order to clear the grid and move on to the next level - think carefully and make each swipe count!

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    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Google's taking part in its yearly ritual indulging whimsical parents and obsessive-compulsive children with its Santa Claus countdown-slash-tracker app. For 2016, the Santa Tracker adds a new redesigned Santa's Village and a new game called Present Quest, because we're really past subtlety at this point. This one integrates a bit of real-world augmented reality in the fashion of Pokémon GO: players have to physically walk to locations on a Google map to grab presents, then drop them off at the local franchise of Santa's Workshop. So basically it's just a slightly more directed form of walking around. Maybe it would be fun if you knocked on a door at each location and sang a Christmas carol?

    Devices: Android


    An app designed for children from 2 years, and up, and has a focus on very early education. The app is all about helping little ones recognize shapes, and colors, while directly using touch. Each screen offers one, or two shapes to interact with, and the goal is to drag shapes into matching holes. For instance, drag a yellow triangle piece into the yellow triangle hole. As the child advances, there are gates to slide out of the way, shapes that move by themselves, three different shapes for two holes, and more challenges. Graduates of Busy Shapes now have 100 additional puzzles to solve, with this second edition. This time the puzzles are presented in 3D, on sliding platforms. Timing is involved when one of the platforms moves. You discover trap doors, time bombs and switches that require plenty of trial and error style problem solving. As with the first Busy Shapes, you can easily reset a level using the "redo" option

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    The app is very addictive and you will find yourself picking it up to play for a while several times a day. The squares start with 9 letters; either one or two words are hidden in the frame this gradually increases until you are trying to make words from more letters and have more words to deal with. Every day there is a new frame that if you can solve it you earn a 'hint'. One letter is put into the grid for you to help you to solve the main game. The app tells you the percentage of players that have managed to solve each grid, that will give the users a sense of achievement to know that they are among the real users.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Wordful is a easy to understand puzzle game that is engaging and addictive, the game starts off with simple levels to complete and they gradually get harder adding more words to find. The screen recognition is very good and you just run your finger over the letters until you complete the selected word, with lots of puzzles. The daily challenge is addictive and fun to play.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Minecraft: Story Mode is a downloadable episodic adventure game, whose story will be complete when the fifth chapter is available. This also is an extension and embellishment of the preexisting Minecraft game, which is basically Legos on a computer.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Minecraft skin editor allows you to design custom skins. It is the easiest way to create and download free Minecraft skins for your character. Minecraft Skin Editor allows to change how your player looks to others in the Minecraft world. Customize any of these Minecraft skins with their skin editor and deploy in your world. Minecraft skins have been one of the most popular ways to customise the game. There are hundreds of Minecraft skins out there to download, from superheroes to gaming legends, so here’s our pick of the best. Skins are a fun way to show off to everyone how cool you are. If you use Minecraft seeds or mods, you’ll be able to find a skin that ties your theme together perfectly.   There are so many different kinds of skins to choose from, and some of them truly are the stuff of nightmares. If we’ve missed your favourite, leave a comment and we’ll consider adding it in.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Officially supported by Mojang, the developer of Minecraft. This is a companion app, not a game, but is useful for reference. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    The LEGO City game app is a gaming app in which players take on the role of heroes in their own cities. The LEGO City game is available for download from the App Store and the Google Play Store. It is rated for users of all ages and does not feature any in-app purchases or advertisements.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    In a mission-based adventure lego game, kids play as Emmett, Vitruvious, and Wyldstyle, destroying villains and objects and collecting the broken studs as they work to complete objectives that earn points and unlock other levels. 

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Carcassonne is an app version of the popular tile-laying board game. It is a great game to play as a family "huddled" around one iPad. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Kids can learn the basics of visual block coding and observe storytelling and analyzing information as they hear Nancy and friends reason through the clues they discover. However, they don't influence or contribute to the analysis themselves and the coding game is relatively shallow. 

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Lumino City is a BAFTA award-winning handmade puzzle adventure game. By exploring the city, and using your ingenuity piece together all sorts of puzzling mechanisms to help the people who live in its unique world. Discover gardens in the sky, towers marooned high on an immense waterwheel, and houses dug precariously into cliffs. To create the environment, a ten foot high model city was built by hand and by laser cutter, with each motor and light wired up individually, bringing the scenes to luminous life.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Brainbean contains a collection of eight puzzle, memory, drawing, and word games that will play with your brain. The games are all based on scientific creative exercises, and last only about a minute each. They’ll help build creative confidence, test your working memory, boost problem solving skills, and much more all while providing oodles of entertainment.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    While a classic Easter egg hunt can be fun, it is something that takes a significant amount of time to prepare and is not as engaging after a long period of time. As a result, Hidden Egg Hunt is an app that makes the experience more digital and entertaining by finding hidden Easter eggs through different environments. Through the game, parents do not need to manually hide the eggs and have kids run around looking for them. Instead, the action-style hunt on Hidden Egg Hunt has different levels that range in difficulty that provides a greater sense of entertainment. While the app does not replace the chocolate that children would get if it were an actual egg hunt, the sentiment of finding hidden eggs remain comparable to the actual experience which makes it a greater alternative for parents who do not want to have to hide physical eggs themselves.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Smash Your Food teaches kids about nutritional information while letting them play with their food.   The app works like this: First, start with a fridge full of your favourite junk foods. Pick your poison, and guess the amount of sugar, salt and fat in the food. After guessing, use the giant hydraulic piston to squish your chosen junk food into a disgusting mess. Then, the true amounts of harmful sugar, salt and fat are revealed — 25 sugar cubes in a milkshake, really?   The app also features weekly challenges. Imagine some parents’ amazement when their child agrees to skip soda for a week.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Welcome to Safari Tours Adventures VR, a new way to explore the wild life.

    Devices: Android


    World of Peppa Pig is a subscription-based learning collection that is based on the popular preschool character and TV show Peppa Pig. Basic letter recognition, early reading skills, memory, creativity, observation. Kids can also think about family relationships, friendships, working together, and being kind, especially if parents emphasize and talk about this content.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Sago Mini Farm is a digital space for open-ended screen-based play where kids find themselves in the middle of a farm. There are no particular activities to complete or games to play. Kids are free to explore, move animals and objects, and experiment with tapping around the screen to see what happens. Kids can learn to recognize many of the common things found on a farm including animals, a barn, and a vegetable garden. The see saw and swing lightly introduce the physics concepts of mass and motion. Most of all, kids get a platform where stretch their imaginations and express themselves through creative pretend play.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Little Kitten Adventures is a new app catered toward kids and cat lovers, that’s all about keeping an eye on a curious little cat, that always seems to get into trouble. Making it your job to watch out for him at all times, and make sure nothing goes wrong for your little cat throughout the day. The whole plot of the app is about the kitten getting invited to a dress-up party, that you as the owner, have to prepare the cat for. However, you have to make sure you pack up his backpack, put on his costume and make sure he’s all ready for the party, without anything going wrong. But since little kitten always seems to get into trouble, something always ends up going bad that makes you behind or off track. Leaving you to clean up mud or dirt from the cat and having to re-dress him all over again. The app even has it in such a way, where there are additional mini-games and adventures that unlock more costumes and memory challenges, that deal with remembering shapes, puzzles, creative costume designs and more. One is even set up where every time you remember the items for the kitten’s backpack, you can earn “golden fish” and unlock additional costumes, that range from a safari cat, a police cat, a lion, a dinosaur and even a superhero cat.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Miaomiao's Dumpling Adventure is a playful interactive story for kids, full of great mini-games and some fun lessons for preschoolers along the way. Designed with early language learners in mind, it’s the perfect way to introduce children to some of the traditions of this popular holiday along with some simple Chinese words.    Chinese words come to life as Miaomiao and Doudou introduce young children to Mandarin through animation and fun interactions. Tap on Chinese characters to see them transform into their associated pictures or trace them in the fun writing section that teaches proper stroke order.   The Nian Monster has stolen the Chinese New Year dumplings! Join Miaomiao, Doudou and friends on an interactive story adventure, full of great mini-games and fun lessons for preschoolers. It’s the perfect way to introduce children to the traditions of Chinese New Year along with simple Mandarin words.   Includes a FREE 22 minute animated special from the Miaomiao TV series!

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Lalaloopsy Diner is a fun Diner Dash style game that’s approachable by kids ages 7 and up. The increasing difficulty is manageable by younger players, but serves enough challenge for adult players too. Take some time off and help your kids flip some burgers.    The gameplay requires fast-paced dragging, non-stop concentration, visual queueing, and other skills a diner-style game typically requires. Three things that you want to avoid in this game: burning the food, mixing up the orders, and taking too long on any order. Any of these will lead to a dissatisfied customer and lost of sales.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    The kitchen can be an unsafe place for young children, but that won’t stop their interest in exploring all the things in this crafty place. Have them play in the BabyBus kitchen and try out all the fun activities such as preparing food, cooking and juicing, in a less dangerous manner!

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    My Little Princess: Castle is an educational app designed to help foster creativity and imagination. Developed by the creators that brought you the My Town series of applications, My Little Princess: Castle is a similar take on the premise with tons of ways for kids to interact with their digital environment. From costumes to parties, it’s a digital dollhouse in which children create their own adventure.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Me by Tinybop is a great app to use with kids, to help them understand who they are and why each person is unique. In the reflective process of building a digital self-portrait, kids become more self-aware. As they also reflect on the others in their life, they see that each person is different. This app encourages kids to understand who they are, accept others, and celebrate our differences. That's powerful stuff for one app to cover!

    Devices: iPhone, iPad