Must Have Apps for Toddler/Preschool


Finding FAB apps with educational value should not be that difficult. We at TWA would like to recommend what we consider “Golden Apps” they are a must have if your child is a toddler or preschooler. Apps worth the price should be making the most of your preschooler's creativity, curiosity, and imagination. All of these apps are open-ended with an exploratory feel. Here Must Have Apps for Toddler/Preschool !


Busy Shapes

Is an incredible app that allows you to witness the thought processes of your students and how it begins to change through direct experience. Based on Piaget’s research on cognitive development, this app systematically teaches kids to go beyond cause and effect play.



Adorable little balls, called Thinkrolls, with big personalities, work their way through a maze to find a friend. But watch out! These mazes get more difficult after time and premeditated strategical thought must take place in order for the Thinkrolls to proceed.


Little Fox Music Box – Kids Songs – Sing along

The first thing we said in our review was ““WOW-O-WOW!” This app not only offers songs but a musical “play space” for each. This brilliant melodious app combines classical music and spectacular artistic and interactive components with superb execution in every facet. Never do the interactions deter from the music, they are divinely subtle and compliment every note sung!


Daniel Tiger's Grr-ific Feelings

 Children can play, sing, and learn about all kinds of feelings with their friend and neighbor Daniel Tiger from the hit PBS KIDS series, Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood.


My PlayHome

A doll house where your child can use everything! Where you can fry an egg and feed the family pizza. Where you can pour drinks, blow bubbles and turn out the lights. A doll house where the pieces are impossible to lose and never break. A doll house which grows over time and where new accessories and rooms are given to you for free.


Toca Nature

It’s an imaginative app that aims to convey the wonders of nature by putting the forest in kids’ hands. You can go grand and see the whole “world”, to see different habitats and perspectives or run your finger through a forest and create a river or a mountain, and of course a forest! Play with the animals and explore some more.

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