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Savvy Sassy Favorite Kids Apps

Last month our savvy sassy contributors told us about their favorite apps, but this month I asked them to tell me what their favorite kids apps are. Now I wanted to know what their faves are, not their kids. Often our kids are playing with our devices on apps that are not all that interesting to you. Then there are the apps we think are genius and entertaining for your kids. Our savvy sassy contributors share their favorite kids apps.

Screen Shot 2013-09-19 at 10.06.45 AMKeryn of Walking on Travels told us about 2 great ones: Frequent Flyer (by Smart Fish) walks kids through the entire flying process. From packing a bag to going through security and finding their seats. It keeps my toddler entertained forever.

Screen Shot 2013-09-19 at 10.06.17 AMBobs Books get young readers ready to start, well, learning how to read. There are different difficulty levels so you child can grow with the app and figure out basic words, sounds and spellings.

Lots more on Keryn’s Favorite Apps page.

Sharon is our newest contributor from Cupcakes and Cutlery had some great apps to share with us.

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I love Endless Alphabet. It is a super fun way to learn letters, their sounds and an introduction to vocabulary. Plus the graphics are super well done, colors are awesome and it really engages my son.
Screen Shot 2013-09-17 at 9.10.13 PMFor my 7 year old I like Stop Motion Studio. It allows him to make his own movies. He has been able to teach himself how to use it and I love that he can be really creative with it.

Screen Shot 2013-09-19 at 10.10.02 AMAnd the Watch Disney Channel app for when we are somewhere boring. I can get them to sit still and watch one of their tv shows for a while.

Screen Shot 2013-09-19 at 10.11.17 AMOur newest tech guru Nicole of Red Lotus Mama has me wondering how I could’ve missed this one: My daughter and quite a few of her friends love Sudoku Kids.

Screen Shot 2013-09-17 at 9.40.58 PMChristine of Mama 2 The Rescue said: My favorite app for my son Joseph is Elmo’s Monster Maker. It’s pure Sesame Street silliness and allows him to really use his imagination. I’m a sucker for all things Jim Hensen and muppets, so just watching him enjoy it brings a lot of memories back for me. In a world of shoot ‘em up games, this is definitely a wholesome treat.

Screen Shot 2013-09-17 at 10.01.49 PMChristine of Everyday Mama said, Sing and Learn Colors with Jenny Jenkins and Lisa Loeb…so cute!

Screen Shot 2013-09-17 at 9.40.35 PMMy (Candice of Fashionably Organized) favorites run the gamut of differences but I thought I’d share 2 stand outs. One is the Fraggle Rock app. Esther did a review of this app, and because of her review I had to buy it. I’m so glad I did. My 4.5 year old daughter loves the fact that it reads to her and all of the maze games too.

Screen Shot 2013-09-17 at 9.24.24 PMThe other one I wanted to share is My Homework. My son’s are in 4th and 2nd grade and I bought them each a student planner, but they won’t use it. However, my 9 year old has his own iPad and this app is perfect for my technology loving son. However, I put this on my iPad so that my 7 year old can use it. They both love that they have important “work” apps to use. The best part is that it is available on every platform you can think of.

What’s your favorite kids app?

Meet the Author | Candice


Candice is a mom of 3 in Los Angeles, CA, and the Owner/Editor-in-Chief of Fashionably Organized. Her obsession with researching products to get the right price, has made her the go-to shopping guru for her friends. She writes about fashion, beauty and shares her love for home decor and DIY. In 2012 she began CB Media Solutions her company that offers brands and clients professional virtual assistance and social media consulting.

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