Children's Games

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!



    Logic Wiz Sudoku is a sudoku app aimed at a general audience but with a range of difficulty levels, features, and game styles that make it suitable for players of any age. Academically able kids often enjoy pitting their intellect against puzzle setters. Logic Wiz Sudoku is available for free with only a few features disabled, although the app includes advertisements. A low priced subscription unlocks all features and removes the ads. The app is compatible with family sharing and is available on iOS and Android devices.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Seek & Find is for young kids up to the age of six to play. Five levels, split into animated scenes, visually tell a different fairy tale each.  Kids search these locations for hidden items practising object matching, fine motor skills, and seeing numbers count down. The app is available on iOS devices as a feature-limited trial that is fully opened up with a single in-app purchase.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Classic Sudoku puts the famous puzzles into app form so that its users have a never-ending source of puzzles to stimulate their thinking. Sudoku puzzles are suitable for people of any age, and Classic Sudoku has an array of challenges to suit different experience levels. You can download the app for free on Android devices with advertisements and many of its options disabled - the puzzles themselves are fully functional. A single in app purchase removes the ads and unlocks convenient and useful settings.

    Devices: Android


    Hangman is an app that has been created along the premise of popular game that I'm sure most of the population have played at some time! The enjoyable game has been turned into app aimed at helping users learn new vocabulary and extend their language skills as they work through the game trying to beat Blackbeard and solve the secret words. Being a game based app utilising a familiar format, it is very easy to get hooked playing this game. With 3 levels of difficulty too this means that it can be used as a tool to help young children with their literacy especially in terms of spelling but also in terms of expanding their vocabulary as they come across new words. The graphics are also very in keeping with the types of graphics young people would be used to with popular games such as Roblox giving a great sense of familiarity to the format. A fun little twist on the original game means that instead of being set in the wild west users are taken to the high seas with Captain Blackbeard trying to make them walk the plank. Users are also able to choose the gender of their character as well as report words that they feel might be misspelt or in the wrong category. With a whole range of different languages available students from a number of countries can also enjoy playing on the app and extending their vocab skills.  The game is currently only available on Android however, there are plans for this to also be available on IOS.

    Devices: Android


    OK Play is an interactive storytelling app containing many activities that build social and emotional skills in young kids aged 3 and above. It works exceptionally well when parents and children play it together. You can download OK Play on iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire devices for free. This version has a limited set of activities, but many more are unlocked if you take out a subscription.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Ludi App teaches kids categorisation skills and the names of objects and concepts from the world around them. It contains many sets for kids to categorise and explore. Children aged between two and six are the target audience for Ludi App. The app is available on iOS devices for free as a limited trial version that can be fully unlocked with a single in-app purchase.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Happy Little Planet teaches young kids about environmental issues through mini-games and narrated and illustrated storybooks. Available as a subscription after a seven-day free trial, Happy Little Planet is aimed at kids aged between 3 and 7.  The app can be downloaded on Android and iOS devices.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    TeachMe: Kindergarten is an award-winning app that teaches six different age-appropriate subjects to kindergarten/Reception children. Subjects include sight words, addition, subtraction, spelling, and writing letters and numbers. Subjects align with the US common core standards enabling parent and child to practice relevant curriculum-based topics whilst achieving rewards. The application is suitable for home and classroom users from ages 2 to 7 for US kindergarten and UK Reception education for aged 4 and above. The app is free from in-app adverts and in-app purchases. The application plays in landscape mode and is suitable for both mobile and tablet devices. It is noted that the application is available on both iOS and Android platforms for the US market as TeachMe: Kindergarten and the UK market as TeachMe: Reception. The developers have created a portfolio of applications that also support Preschool, 1st, 2nd and 3rd-grade learning. The application is supported by a website that maps the common core standards against the content of the application.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Kidoku is a sudoku game for kids of any age. It uses kid-friendly graphics and other assistances to make the puzzles accessible to Sudoku novices. Sudoku is available on both iOS and Android for free, including 20 levels. The full app is unlocked with an in-app purchase.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    iCan™ is an educational app designed for children with special learning differences. iCan™ app contains an endless ad-free library of educational videos and games that promotes children's socio-emotional, self-care, cognitive, and academic skills. iCan™ provides hours of fun whilst ensuring a variety of needs based areas of learning are covered. Each topic area has 8 games available which allows for practice in a variety of ways; Matching, Sequencing, Tracing, Tapping, Memory building, Scratch a Sketch and Colouring.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Fact Fluency: Mastering Multiplication is a maths-based app that enables the user to master multiplication using animated tutorials, meaningful visuals and interactive games. The application is suitable for children 1st through to 4th grade, ages 6 to 10.  The app enables the user to work through paths of multiplications that are meaningful and easy to grasp. The app also focuses on skills that relate to multiplication such as breaking down mathematical problems, number lines, number bonds and more. The application is a paid app and does not contain in-app purchases or in-app adverts. The app is best supported in portrait mode on a mobile device but also works on a tablet device. The application is currently available on the iOS platform and has a wonderful supporting website full of resources. It is noted that the application is American-English and supports the US-based curriculum but could also support those who follow the UK educational system.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Trash Invasion is a casual game suitable for players of any age. The gameplay involves the player sorting trash and capturing monsters. It mainly focuses on entertaining, but its subject matter and occasional facts teach players a little about being responsible for the trash they produce. Trash Invasion is available on Android and Kindle devices. It does not contain any in-app purchases or advertisements, and yet it is entirely free.

    Devices: Android


    Count On Me! is a game-style math adventure with beautiful graphics and narrated instructions. The scientifically-informed math learning content adapts to the ability of each user who should be between the ages of 6 and 9. At the time of review, Count On Me! is available on iOS devices. A subscription unlocks the app after a free trial where the app's full feature set is available. The developer expects an Android version of this app to launch soon.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Kokoro Kids app is crammed full of minigames that provide a holistic learning programme for young kids aged between 2 and 6.  As well as numeracy and literacy skills, it covers those related to emotional wellbeing, creativity and more.  Parents can monitor how their kids have used the app through an easy-to-use parents' area. A subscription fully unlocks the free-to-download Kokoro Kids app, which is available on iOS and Android devices.  

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    One Lettered Quiz is a game-based app that has been developed to help strengthen children’s use and understanding of the English language. The aim of the app is to work your through a series of challenges, each one getting harder to try and complete the words given on the page by selecting the correct letters that are moving around the bottom of the screen. The app requires the user to not only know the word they are trying to spell, and therefore select the correct letter but they are also required to be dexterous in selecting the right letter as it moves, sometimes quite quickly, across the screen. Being game based the app offers the user the ability to earn points depending on how quickly and how accurately they select the correct letters and spell the words. The app also interestingly, allows the user to personalise the words that appear on the app by uploading their own word lists. This can be achieved simply by writing a list and then uploading it to the correct page in the app. There are instructions to explain the finer details of doing this however, I managed to do this on my iPad and iPhone using my ‘notes’ app.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Art of War is an entertaining and fun game with a huge amount of spectacular battles. You will be the commander who leads legions of tiny armies. Art of War: Legions is a simple and quick-to-play real time strategy game where you are pit against armies of different shapes and sizes. Set up your own army to tackle the enemy, but do it strategically because you cannot control your troops during combat! Related: Battle Games for Kids

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Numberita - 123 Counting Games app is a Montessori-based app that introduces kids to the numbers 1 to 100.  It takes the form of a set of restriction-free, cafe-based activities that children can play as they choose. Numberita is available for free on iOS.  Its content and style make it most suitable for kids up to the age of 5.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    ZooQ Animal Explorer has an animal theme for its puzzles and colouring activities. The app is easy to play, and its content is suitable for children aged five and above. ZooQ Animal Explorer is free to download on iOS devices. In-app purchases and gameplay unlock animals, habitats and puzzles.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Braincraft is a fun brain-training app full of colourful graphics and well-designed games that address different thinking skills. Children over the age of five will enjoy the games and develop how they deal with various problems and challenges. The Braincraft app is available on iOS and Android as a free download and as a web app. Newly registered users can access a limited selection of the app's features and games. You can unlock the full Braincraft experience through a subscription.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Let's Go See is a unique educational app that helps children discover and learn interesting facts about the world. The application centres around the adventures of aeroplane pilots Polly and Ollie as they travel the world with the Junior Jets. With stunning 3D images of landmarks from around the world, the Let’s Go See App lets children create, colour, play puzzles, explore the world, and even fly a plane. The application is available on iOS and Android platforms and is free from in-app adverts. The app Lets Go See provides in-app purchases for further individual content and subscriptions. The application is available on both mobile and tablet devices in landscape viewing mode. Let’s Go See is suitable for ages 4 and above and is supported by a developer’s website and a website dedicated to the Junior Jets provided insights into the application with downloadable resources as well as supporting storybooks.  

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Farm Heroes Saga is a game that requires you to complete various tasks as you progress through the levels to save the farm, rather than just getting a high score.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Koala Phonics is a game-based app that has been developed to help strengthen children’s use and understanding of phonics and sounds that make up the basis of the English language. Through, listening and playing, children work their through a number of levels, matching the sounds that they have heard to pictures related to that sound. Once they have successfully matched the sound to the correct picture then they are able to move onto the next level.  

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    CodyCross is a crossword puzzle app with a twist in playstyle and graphical presentation. It is a great-looking app that provides a fun challenge that kids and adults can enjoy. CodyCross is available on iOS and Android as a free download. The app contains advertisements and offers in-app purchases.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Stop Categories Word Game is a fun, challenging word game to help you learn vocab while you have fun. Stop Categories Word Game develops a popular classroom game often played by teachers. They use it with their students for vocabulary learning. In app form, this game becomes one kids can play at any time. Stop Categories Word Game is available to download on iOS and Android for free. The play experience is improved by making in-app purchases. Stop - Categories Word Game's age suitability is determined more by its social media integration and real-world competition than the actual gameplay and app content.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Word Lanes: Relaxing Puzzles is a word search puzzle app with experience enhancing graphics and sound. Players find words in grids by analysing the letters and reading the given definitions. This app is available on Android and iOS. The game itself will appeal to children, but its use of in-app currency and advertisements means that parents and teachers should be careful how they set the app up on children's devices.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad