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Best Creativity Apps to use in the classroom and at home

Creativity apps for kids can stimulate imaginative thinking capability in classroom and at home. Students are always fun loving and including creative activities along with curriculum gains their interest for learning. 

These apps allow kids to color pictures, play around with photos and videos, make music and songs, express themselves in storytelling, writing, and tinker and build with digital tools. Especially for young kids, drawing, painting, and sculpting in art class help develop visual-spatial skills.

Looking for an app to inspire creativity? Check the list of best creativity apps for Android and iOS devices.

Toontastic

( Android - Free , iPad - Free )

Toontastic 3D is a powerful and engaging tool for digital storytelling and provides kids with a set of digital tools to create their own cartoons. It's visually appealing, has great in-app support and sharing features, and relies on self-created animation and narration to tell stories. Toontastic 3D provides a stunningly easy way by how it makes the complicated process of creating an animated short movie so simple. 

Beck and Bo

( Android - £2.59 , iPad - £2.99 )

Beck and Bo is a great app for kids because it lets them learn by simply playing. Objects arrive in the scene that need to be sorted out. Kids can experiment with each object's placement by moving them around to see it clicks into its special place. 
 
Beck and Bo delights young children with a dynamic free play environment that always has a new surprise popping up. There is no pressure to complete each thematic area in a specific way, which is something we appreciate about the app.
Coosi Box : Creative Drawing

( Android - Free , iPad - Free )

This is an app for those with a creative streak.  First your child designs a character to represent themselves and then they combine their artwork with a wide variety of animations.  Next they share it with the world and look at the art of everybody else.
 
Coosi Box is app for sharing pictures with children all over the world. Draw in many themes and become heroine of your own story. Coosi box have many delightful things you can do, but most important part of our role is to raise your kid’s imagination and pure mind. Encouraging your child's imagination is always a wonderful thing to do and one way to do it is to give children a way to tell stories through illustrations. 
DiaryZapp

( Android - £2.99 , iPad - £2.99 )

This is an interactive diary app that encourages young people to document their adventures and their lives in an interactive way whilst improving their communication and literacy skills in the process. It is an excellent app to use during the holiday periods when learning can ‘drop-off’ as it encourages young people to keep a visual and written documentation of their holiday time whilst secretly improving their writing skills. However, this app does not just have to be used in the holiday period as it would work really well as a toy and interactive diary throughout the year. There are also many different features within the app including a sense of challenge where new things become unlocked the more the user plays and uses the app. 

Artie's Magic Pencil

( Android - Free , iPad - Free )

Artie's Magic Pencil is a cute app that gets kids learning the fundamentals of drawing with his pulling a magic pencil out of a stone. The drawing adventure starts with a fun and interactive adventure story ideal for preschool-aged kids. Kids join the little hero by controlling his movements and tracing geometric shapes he draws. It features colorful artwork, a cast of funny characters, and a simple and intuitive interface. Downloadable drawing worksheets allow kids to extend their creative time away from the screen to develop creativity and fine motor skills.

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