Kids create fabulous-looking faces using everyday items in this simple but highly creative art-making app.
Gorgeous high-definition filmmaking captures never-before-seen moments and turns them into an amazing, educational, watch-together series.
The little wonders of nature star in this site that takes a stroll through real woods.
With five different princess adventures and great help built in, this is a perfect game to teach young girls how to play video games.
This excellent app helps kids identify and manage their emotions.
Learning a new language can be tricky -- and a lot of fun. Kids will learn some basic Spanish from Noah's mix-ups and discover that it's OK to make mistakes along the way
Another gorgeous nature tour -- this time of the Earth's polar regions -- that's great for the whole family.
This 1970's animated TV special stands the test of time as a kid-friendly parable about the importance of protecting the environment.
Clever take on chivalry, bravery, and humility in this retelling of a legend from King Arthur's court -- great for read-aloud or early reader.
This Chinese New Year story is a tale for all seasons and any kids learning to love their culture.
This creative free app based on TV show helps kids expand vocabulary relating to feelings.
Upbeat mini-games for the whole family to enjoy.
This challenging super maze is fun to solve -- or just explore.
When other musical reality competions let you down, this positive, inspiring show offers perfect harmony.
With excellent step-by-step instructions, even young kids can learn to sketch a dog, princess, and more.
This combination of book app and hidden objects puzzles will keep kids searching for hours.
Parents and kids will get a kick out of listening to familiar classics in a new light.
A great way to get kids involved in creating family memories via talking photo albums.
This book app combines a powerful story with video animations and innovative interactions. A real jewel!
This magnificent-looking app takes kids on a magical learning adventure through Africa.
As kids learn how to build their own amusement park, they also learn how to play a simulation.
Even more fun when played by two, this game gives slower players a leg up if they need one.
Kids (and their parents) looking for an enjoyable, not-too-daunting experience will get a major treat from this game.
Use this show as a launch pad for a family game night of your own (and a lesson in product placement!).
Seek-and-find action is broken up by mini-games that test kids on pattern recognition and strategic planning.