Top 10 Toddler & Preschool Apps

Top 10 Toddler & Preschool Apps by trishsutton.comDid the big guy bring your little one a new tablet that requires app downloads? 

And you are thinking that there has to be some sort of way to balance the electronics fun along with a little brain exercise?

Well, keep reading.  There’s an app for that… or as my three year old says “there’s an iPad for that”.  And in this case, here’s the post for that!

Below are my Top 10 Toddler & Preschool Apps.
  By “my Top 10”, I mean “mine” based off of what I’ve chosen to download & keep for my little one. This is not a sponsored post.

Top 10 Toddler & Preschool Apps by trishsutton.comToddler
> Endless Alphabet
Fun colors and characters make learning letters & expanding vocabulary a laughing matter.
> Endless Numbers
Another “endless” app that brings numbers to life with characters sure to keep little ones engaged in learning through play.
> Zoo Train
One of my most favorite apps for a two year old; little ones build objects by matching pieces to complete a “puzzle” .
> Peek A Zoo
There are several “Peek A…” Apps.  This one happens to be my favorite as the animals hiding are those found in the wild.  A great App for young toddlers.
> Doodle Buddy
Doodle, scribble, swipe fingers across the screen.  The new & improved “Paint” program including stamp art and sound effects.

Top 10 Toddler & Preschool Apps by trishsutton.comPreschool
> Endless Reader
Those recognizable characters are at it again!  This time the “endless” fun is learning sight words with the capability to download additional words as readers grow.
> Little Writer
Tracing letters by driving tractors through fields and animals over food.  Includes upper case & lower case words as well as numbers, shapes, and beginning words.
> My First Alphabet
Another tracing app that gives the look of drawing on a black board with chalk after watching the teacher draw the letter.  Upper case & lower case letters included.
> Wee Kids Puzzle
This is a more challenging puzzle.  Squares (puzzle pieces) must be moved around from space to space to create the finished picture.
> Abby Words
After selecting an avatar, little ones have the option of learning or game; both include matching either letters or words.

For more information on any of these apps click on the blue titles to be directed to the App Store; or leave me a question in the comments and I’ll be happy to share additional feedback.

What is your favorite Toddler or Preschool App?  Do share below…
– T

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About Trish

When this sleep deprived self proclaimed tea addict is not creating content for this here blog, Trish can most often be found at the Soccer field or watching a football game. Trish is a passionate volunteer, contract accountant, avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys and will only eat Oreos in pairs. She has two boys born sixteen years apart and her favorite place in the world is by her husband's side - preferably in a football stadium, at Disneyland or in San Diego.