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Educational apps for all-round development of children

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The very thought of leaving kids with internet-connected devices can baffle parents. They want kids to exploit the internet to receive knowledge. Thankfully, there are some apps that can inspire them besides making them creative. There are apps for age groups. These apps educate them and keep parents worry-free.

Kids PianoLite
This might remind parents of their childhood, but itís for kids only. It is specially designed for kids of preschool age (2 years or up).

Kids PianoLite is an eight-tone-piano app.
Amusing voices like Piano, Dog, Kids, Xylophone and Female.
Features 11 free children's songs.
Auto play or manual music activities for self learning.
The new version has more easy levels in match game.

Barefoot World Atlas
With this app, travel around the worldís continents, oceans and changing environments. Your child can learn about people and their culture. Also, he/she can experience wildlife and landmarks.
Universal app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch
Narrated by geographer Nick Crane
Animated images by artist David Dean
An interactive 3D animated globe
Learn through animated features
Navigate by means of several routes
Informative photographs
Excellent sound effects
Available in English, French, Spanish, Catalan, Japanese and German languages.

Caillou Stickers
Play with Caillouís, his pets, friends, foods, toys and more at a campground, bus stop, farm house, and birthday party. Drag and drop stickers on to the background, then scale and rotate. Drag stickers off-screen to delete them.
Get creative!
An engaging iPhone and iPad app.
Seven backgrounds to get started
138 stickers in all
Special sound effects exclusive to each sticker.
Send personalized pictures to family and friends via e-mail.

Scribble Press
Scribble Press is a free app that allows creation and sharing of your own books on the iPad. It nurtures creativity in kids.

50 story templates.
More than 500 drawing tools, with markers and stamps in various colors.
A sticker collection.
Your exclusive photo library.
An easy to use book layout tool.
The new version resolves issue related to crash while editing.

Maily is a kidís free email app for the iPad. Parents can manage this app by first creating their account followed by their kids. Kids can send email messages to family and friends.

Simple to use. As young as four years old can use it.
Visually attractive.
Add bright stickers and stamps to messages.
Make self portraits and mail them.

Download these educational apps today for all round development of your children. Hopefully you and your kids will have a great time!

Simon is a freelance writer by profession and Technology-enthusiast at heart. He belongs to Australia and mainly covers topics related to Technology, Android and iOS Apps, and now days he is passionate to cover and write reviews or issues faced by android and iPhone application development services. He prefers and loves to read about the changing technology trends and review them of his own.

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