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Mobile, Pre-School

Sesame Street Family Play by Hide & Seek


Sesame Street Family Play is more than your average game aimed at children. The app helps parents lead play, rather than asking them to hand their children over to the device. Each of the 150 games will help your kids build their key developmental skills, and the app makes suggestions based on where you are and how many children you’d like to entertain.

Why we love it:

  • Familiar characters, loved by kids and parents alike.
  • Huge number and variety of games.
  • Family bonding with the help of tech.

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The Land of Me by Made in Me


The Land of Me is a suite of apps that encourage kids to develop their creativity by allowing them to influence the content. The collection includes Story Time, Songs and Rhymes, Making Things, and Shape, Size and Colour. Through an easy to use system of pictograms and dropdown words, children are able to guide their stories in which ever direction they please; build animals, monsters, vehicles or buildings; and sing songs. Each app is beautifully illustrated and improves your child’s English whilst introducing them to other subjects like Physics and Music.

Why we love it:

  • Charming hand-drawn style.
  • Simple and intuitive interface.
  • Sweet and engaging for child and parent.

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Little Digits by Cowly Owl


Little Digits is an early learning maths app which helps young children learn to count. Using the multi-touch capability on the iPad, kids can use their fingers to count, learning to associate numbers on the screen with the number of fingers they place down. Simple addition and subtraction exercises help kids get to grips with basic arithmetic, all wrapped up in a lovely graphic interface.

Why we love it:

  • Well designed with great illustrations that children love.
  • Engaging exercises well suited to the target age group.
  • Innovative use of iPad multi-gesture functionality.

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LetterSchool by Boreaal


LetterSchool is a fun iOS game to help kids with the first steps of writing the letters of the alphabet. Simple and highly responsive, the interface gets the player straight into the task of learning how each letter is formed. Using visually rich graphics like trains on tracks, light bulbs, and blossoming flowers, Letter School brings loads of audio visual stimulus to the party, enabling kids to experiment with writing in a fun and vibrant way.

Why we love it:

  • Super responsive interface and sounds to guide the player.
  • Simple game mechanics designed for a young audience.
  • Beautiful, young-player friendly visuals.

Buy it for iOS