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Best Travel Apps for Kids

posted by on June 01, 2012 in Family and Parenting, Phones and Mobile, Mobile Apps, Android Apps, iPhone/iPad Apps, Baby & Toddler, Travel & Entertainment, Travel, Guides & Reviews, Gifts :: 1 comment

Looking for a way to get your child interested and excited about your upcoming travel plans? Here are some great travel apps for kids of all ages that highlight travel planning, geoliteracy, and interaction to really engage your child in your surroundings along the way.

 

My Little SuitcaseToddlers and Preschoolers

My Little Suitcase (Free on iTunes) lets little travelers grasp the concept of preparing for travel by packing their suitcase with necessary themed items.

Wheels on the Bus ($0.99 on iTunes or Google Play) an entertaining and engaging “musical book” that allows kids to interact with the Wheels on the Bus song

Roadtrip Bingo HD

Roadtrip Bingo HD ($1.99 on iTunes) a digital take on the classic road trip game. You can have either one or two players simultaneously looking for common roadside signs and attractions. Or try Bingo Roadtrip for Android (Free on Google Play)

Check out our recommendations for other great iPhone apps for toddlers and pre-k learners that will entertain your kids.

 

 

Barefoot World AtlasKids 3-6

Barefoot Atlas ($7.99 on iTunes) an incredibly designed 3D globe that’s completely interactive. Kids can spin around the globe and touch to explore an extensive amount of information to learn about the world

Drawing Pad ($1.99 on iTunes and Google Play) a great way to entertain your kids in the car, as they draw pictures using “actual sized” crayons, markers, chalk and several other drawing tools.

Intro to Geography

Intro to Geography - North America (by Montessorium) ($1.99 on iTunes) teaches your kids geography from around North America including their shapes, names and flags in engaging puzzles that kids will need to solve.



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My sons favorite travel app is Toy Store Delivery Truck

From Terry Granderson on August 10, 2012 :: 3:17 pm

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