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    Augmented Reality can be a lot of fun. In this free app, it is combined with colouring, health, and healthy eating to make an entertaining and educational app.

    Devices: Android , iOS


    This fully-featured app is free to download and designed by experts to help with maths practice and develop positive attitudes to eating vegetables.

    Devices: Android , iOS


    Issa's Edible Adventures is a stunning application that is suitable for ages 6 and above and follows the adventures of Issa as she discovers the ingredients from around the world to help make wonderful dishes. This beautifully designed app has been inspired by celebrity chef Aliya LeeKong who has a passion for bringing global and socially conscious foods into everyday cooking. This app is free from in-app adverts. 

    Devices: iOS


    Funny Teeth! Fun games for kids is essentially a game about, as you may have guessed from the title, dental hygiene. The worthy message is wrapped up in a number of amusing games to stimulate logic and reasoning. 

    Devices: iOS


    Movement Assessment Tool is a useful app to let teachers easily record and check their children's movement skills. Assessing movement skills in Physical Education can be difficult.  This app makes it easy and provides extra guidance for teachers too.

    Devices: iOS


    This app teaches children how to use technology without harming their health through poor posture and overuse.  To help them remember and employ what they learn, Ergobreak 4 Kids prompts them to take an Ergobreak at user-defined intervals.

    Devices: iOS


    This app aims to teach children specific relaxation techniques.

    Devices: iOS


    Ripple effect for Teens is an American based app that teaches students the equivalent programme of PSHE (Personal and social education) found in UK schools. The app is a secure personal project based application that covers over 400 teen related tutorials from health to academic success to personal goal setting. The Ripple Effect for Teens is tailored for male or female users and suitable for ages 13 years and up. As the website suggests, “There are many right ways to use it - for systematic training, for targeted prevention, or for individualized intervention and guidance. It can be applied reactively, to deal with specific issues in a few minutes, and proactively, over time, to boost academic achievement, change behaviour, reduce substance use, and promote healthy choices. It’s designed to be used how you need it, when you need it – throughout the school and in the community.”

    Devices: iOS


    Pepi Bath 2 is an entertaining app for young children learning early life skills. The app includes seven interactive situations that will have your child brushing their teeth, using the bathroom, bathing, taking care of clothes, dressing up, and taking care of laundry.

    Devices: iOS


    Head Over Heels About Gymnastics is the gymnastics app that provides step-by-step instructions and top tips explaining how to perform a large variety of gymnastic skills via simple language, eye catching photography and bite size video tutorials. 

    Devices: iOS


    A fantastically-designed app to encourage healthy eating.

    Devices: Android , iOS


    The world’s most effective weight loss program just got even more fun.

    Devices: iOS


    Lose weight with MyFitnessPal, the fastest and easiest-to-use calorie counter for iOS.

    Devices: iOS


    Omvana is a brilliant idea that allows people to transform the way they meditate in order to make their practice more effective.  Omvana provides its users with over 500 of the world’s most effective transformational audio tracks to help improve every area of life. Some of the most popular categories include body, mind, productivity, lifestyle, relationships, and hypnosis. The “6 Phase Meditation” guides you through different practices over the course of 20 minutes, including forgiveness, gratitude, and connection.

    Devices: Android , iOS


    The Kid’s App was designed with the idea that parents and children should agree on the right amount of screen time.    Kids love having the freedom to make choices. unGlue lets them track their own screen time, check their schedules, earn more time by doing chores, and even roll over unused minutes for another day. You set the limits on content and time. Encourage better habits by allowing your kids to save unused screen time for later — up to your maximum limit.   Get your kids active again. Motivating your kids to get moving isn’t hard when you have the right bargaining chips: screen time minutes. With Steps4Time, kids can trade daily steps for screen time. It’s an easy way for parents to get their kids up and out of the house — not just glued to their gadgets.

    Devices: Android , iOS


    The 7-minute workout is based on strong evidence that high-intensity interval training can provide many of the same benefits as longer workouts, but without the same commitment of time.  For kids ages 6 to 8, this is a great workout app.    Kids can work on endurance, strength, and flexibility in a fun way with 7-Minute Workout for Kids. With exercises like jumping jacks, squats, and push-ups, the whole family can join in. And, it takes only minutes to stay fit. 

    Devices: iOS


    The app gives children a fun little nudge to help them get into the habit of drinking water regularly throughout the day by combining it with the process of growing a plant. You can pick from a selection of virtual plants and enter basic information like your child’s weight and how much water they should be consuming. When you’ve set this up your child will be prompted to water the plant throughout the day in order to keep it alive and they’ll have to drink water at the same time.   Once the plant has fully grown it can be planted in a digital garden and you can generate new seeds to start the whole process over again.

    Devices: Android , iOS


    March is National Nutrition month! Think about what you eat and food choices.

    Devices: iOS


    Start your journey to a more relaxed and healthier state of mind with The Mindfulness App.

    Devices: iOS


    WebMD for Android helps you with your decision-making and health improvement efforts by providing mobile access 24/7 to mobile-optimized health information and decision-support tools including WebMD’s Symptom Checker, Drugs & Treatments, First Aid Information and Local Health Listings. 

    Devices: Android


    Get everything you love about Active.com on the go, in the palm of your hand! Search and register for activities, read and share health and fitness articles and much more!

    Devices: Android


    DreamyKid Meditation App for Kids is an easy-to-use meditation tool that includes kid-friendly guided visualizations, affirmations, and meditations. Kids can listen to selections for promoting relaxation, falling asleep more easily, focusing for school, and more - living a happier and healthier life.

    Devices: Android , iOS


    Stop, Breathe & Think is a free mindfulness and meditation app that encourages kids for developing positive habits of mind for kids and adults. Kids can experience guided meditation exercises from their mobile devices. Teachers and Parents who practice mindfulness have more mental clarity and flexibility, are better able to listen and as a result, make better decisions. At Stop, Breathe & Think, they believe that taking a few minutes each day to feel the calm is as important as regular exercise to reduce stress at work and increase engagement and creativity.

    Devices: iOS


    Breathe, Think, and Do with Sesame app helps kids learn to deal with frustrating situations using the "breathe, think, do" method. They'll learn to take long, deep belly breaths to calm down, think of a few strategies to handle the problem, and then do those things. They'll develop resilience as they overcome frustrations and challenges on their own.

    Devices: Android , iOS


    Aura is a meditation app with a simple premise: Every day, you get a new, personalized, three-minute meditation. Aura claims to target stress, anxiety, and depression.   The app will ask you to select how you're feeling from a list of options: okay, anxious, sad, great or stressed. Even if you select the same emotion multiple days, the meditation you get will be different each time. Aura also includes a mood tracker so you can see how you're feeling over time, and it offers daily reminders for completing short breathing exercises. You'll also find some of the more standard meditation app features like unguided meditations with nature sounds.

    Devices: iOS