26 thoughts on “The 20 Best Mobile Learning Apps for Children

  1. I'm a fan of the String app- you can't beat the connectivity. (Warning: String addiction may lead to knitting.)

    As a kid, I also loved the architectural simulator Cushion (with the Blanket add-on).

  2. To add one more comment: there is this Windows 8 commercial where a mom replaces the paper on her daughter's easel with a tablet computer and she creates all sorts of paintings with it. I cannot tell you how much this irritates me.

    I've got a 5-year-old who just spent the last hour with crayons, markers, and coloring books and had a blast doing it, and who reads hard-copy books with me all the time.

    And neither of those things give you a blue screen of death.

  3. Tree House App – fantasy role playing where the children can pick which storyline they would like to act out and which powers they need.
    Could be combined with the Bush-Fort App, as it has similar role-playing capabilities.

    Great Post, by the way. :))

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