Endless Alphabet is part of Originator Inc's "Endless" line of edutainment apps, and it introduces kids to letters and words, presenting toddlers and children with a series of minigames.

Children put words back together in easy and engaging spelling puzzles featuring talking words, and afterward, they're rewarded with short animations that explain each word's meaning.

The free version lets you try the app out with seven free words and animations, and an in-app purchase unlocks the full game with more than word puzzles and animations.

Originator's Endless line has since expanded to include Endless Numbers, Endless Wordplay, and a Spanish language app. Minilab returns with a delightful sequel to Artie's Magic Pencil with Artie's World , an educational drawing game aimed at kids ages 3 to 6.

Join Artie and his magical pencil as he explores the world, bringing ideas to life, sharing toys and gifts in simple learn-to-draw style exercises.

Kids will learn to draw with simple shapes guided by dots, with each object and animal named with friendly voice-overs.

The app lets you and your kid explore Artie's village and eight free toys and gifts, with more unlocked through in-app purchases. The app features seasonal updates, as well as no third-party advertising or social media links to keep the experience safe and self-contained.

The works of Theodore Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, are classics of children's literature, featuring fantastical illustrations of imaginative characters and easy-to-follow language.

The Dr. In addition to the original text and illustrations, the app features digital extras, such as the ability to record your own voice narration and vocabulary learning tools.

The family that plays together stays together. Super Family Hero is a co-op multiplayer game designed to be played together by the whole family on a tablet screen.

Parents and kids create their avatars and then go on interactive adventures as they battle against Dr.

Excuses and his robot minions. Cooperative minigames have you throwing water balloons at robots, navigating trap-filled mazes as a team, and tackling an augmented reality puzzle game that has you and the kids setting up Rube Goldberg contraptions to move power spheres to an end point.

Targeted at kids ages 5 and up, DragonBox Algebra starts out with simple logic puzzles that have kids matching symbols together in order to clear one side of the screen. Each new puzzle adds new quirks and game rules that cleverly mirror the basic rules of elementary algebra, until in no time at all, your kids are unknowingly balancing the sides of an algebraic equation to isolate a treasure box symbol, gradually replaced with 'X'.

The game features 10 chapters with puzzles in total, and covers addition, division and multiplication. Lego's building blocks have been some of the favorite toys of kids and parents for decades, and Lego continues the tradition of family-friendly fun with its mobile apps, which are designed to be free-to-play without any in-app purchases at all.

Lego City has kids building up the city and assembling Lego vehicles like helicopters and firetrucks that they can then use to put out fires, rescue citizens, and capture criminals.

As you progress through the game, you can unlock alternate vehicle parts that you can use to modify vehicles or craft a new one of your own creation.

The latest upgrade adds an arctic environment for kids to explore, as well as new vehicles and kits to play with. Lego Life aims to be a companion app to the Lego experience, providing a safe social media environment for kids and parents to explore the world of Lego, with mini movies and webisodes from Lego series, as well as videos and photos of a variety of Lego creations.

Kids can scan QR codes from the instruction manuals of their kits to get digital versions of the instructions that they can rotate and zoom for a better view.

With a Lego account, you can also share your creations, comment on other people's posts, create a customized avatar, and join groups. To keep things child-friendly, all comments are moderated, direct chatting is not allowed, and photos with personally identifiable information are automatically rejected.

For something a bit more action-packed, there's Lego Nexo Knights , a tie-in with Lego's line of science-fantasy playsets.

Join the wizard Merlok and the Nexo Knights as they band together against the evil Monstrox and his army of stone monsters.

Kids can control the different Nexo Knights, unlocking new weapons and armor and scanning unique Nexo Powers from the toy kits for use to defend Knighton against its attackers. The latest version of the game introduces more battle modes and Combo Powers that you get by combining scanned Nexo Powers from the various Lego kits.

The app is free to play, without any in-app purchases. For a more digital take on the building blocks experience, check out Roblox , which provides users with a rich selection of user-generated worlds and games to play in and experience.

Kids can customize their avatars, race cars against each other, take on bad guys as costumed superheroes, or just chill out with friends in virtual theme parks or dream mansions.

Chat filters and other social tools aim to make things kid-friendly, though do note that the app has the option for in-app purchases for Robux premium currency, which is used to buy in-game accessories and upgrades and a subscription mode for extra Robux.

Developer Toca Boca made a name for itself with imaginative, child-friendly apps that explore your kids' sense of free play and creativity. Toca Life: World is the latest in the Toca Life series of freeform animated playset-style apps, allowing kids and parents to explore numerous environments filled with a variety of interactive characters, objects and creatures.

As with many Toca apps, the idea is to encourage free play, as you look for things to interact with. Toca Life: World allows you to bring in characters, creatures, and elements from the Toca Life series into a single app and scene, allowing for a wild array of combinations of playscenes and characters.

The app provides a number of characters and locations for free, with more available as in-app purchases. Another popular pick is Toca Hair Salon 3 , a virtual playset that lets you playfully style and customize the hairstyles of your hair salon's customers.

Kids can play around with all sorts of hair types and styles, with realistic virtual hair that moves like the real thing, which you can cut, color and curl with a variety of styling tools and combs.

Not content with braids and beards? To that end, our tablet selection skews a little younger. The games are all simple to control, easy to get into, and fun to play.

A note on IAPs and ads: Free games need to make money somehow. There are several games listed here that do indeed offer in-app purchases IAPs for in-game currency, and some feature ads instead.

In the former case, you can disable IAPs at a system level on your device before handing it over to a kid.

With the latter, you should play the game yourself first to make sure the ads are OK. Sago Mini Friends is a pleasant little set of mini games that encourages dexterity, puzzle-solving and creativity.

It starts with you selecting a colorful character, who then explores a neighborhood of cartoon houses. This may involve hammering nails into a birdhouse, dress-up or even enjoying a tasty snack.

A Windows PC version is also available. As the name suggests, Toca Kitchen 2 is all about cooking. This game will invite you to create meals — however your imagination allows.

Get Toca Kitchen 2 for Android. A paid version exists for iOS. The controls are incredibly simple, meaning even younger players can get on board. Power-ups and collectable llamas with their own background imagery keep things interesting over the long term.

The original Crossy Road cleverly reworked Frogger, with blocky characters hopping across chunky endless landscapes, trying to avoid a dunk in a river or getting flattened by a train.

But the masterstroke was a raft of unlockable characters. Over figurines are there to be found, and although IAP lurks, playing and collecting coins in the in-game worlds is all you need to snag them all.

This game features advertising, and has non-essential IAPs for buying new characters. Fortunately, Frisbee Forever 2 is more akin to a set of rollercoasters, with you guiding your disc through gates, collecting stars along the way.

This game features advertising, and has non-essential IAPs for more rapidly unlocking discs and zones. In the high-octane world of Fruit Ninja, your finger becomes a virtual sword, chopping away at pieces of fruit lobbed onto the screen in two, and attempting to avoid cutting into game-ending bombs.

It fits on a tablet perfectly, since you can make satisfyingly large swipes across the screen. But, what really sets it apart is the fact that it offers local multiplayer, so two kids can zealously pit their fruit-slicing skills against each other.

This game features advertising, and has non-essential IAPs for purchasing in-game currency. With its tiny isometric world you can spin with your finger, and landscape-twisting mechanics, Mekorama brings to mind Monument Valley.

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Targeted at kids ages 5 and up, DragonBox Algebra starts out with simple logic puzzles that have kids matching symbols together in order to clear one side of the screen.

Each new puzzle adds new quirks and game rules that cleverly mirror the basic rules of elementary algebra, until in no time at all, your kids are unknowingly balancing the sides of an algebraic equation to isolate a treasure box symbol, gradually replaced with 'X'.

The game features 10 chapters with puzzles in total, and covers addition, division and multiplication. Lego's building blocks have been some of the favorite toys of kids and parents for decades, and Lego continues the tradition of family-friendly fun with its mobile apps, which are designed to be free-to-play without any in-app purchases at all.

Lego City has kids building up the city and assembling Lego vehicles like helicopters and firetrucks that they can then use to put out fires, rescue citizens, and capture criminals.

As you progress through the game, you can unlock alternate vehicle parts that you can use to modify vehicles or craft a new one of your own creation. The latest upgrade adds an arctic environment for kids to explore, as well as new vehicles and kits to play with.

Lego Life aims to be a companion app to the Lego experience, providing a safe social media environment for kids and parents to explore the world of Lego, with mini movies and webisodes from Lego series, as well as videos and photos of a variety of Lego creations.

Kids can scan QR codes from the instruction manuals of their kits to get digital versions of the instructions that they can rotate and zoom for a better view. With a Lego account, you can also share your creations, comment on other people's posts, create a customized avatar, and join groups.

To keep things child-friendly, all comments are moderated, direct chatting is not allowed, and photos with personally identifiable information are automatically rejected.

For something a bit more action-packed, there's Lego Nexo Knights , a tie-in with Lego's line of science-fantasy playsets. Join the wizard Merlok and the Nexo Knights as they band together against the evil Monstrox and his army of stone monsters.

Kids can control the different Nexo Knights, unlocking new weapons and armor and scanning unique Nexo Powers from the toy kits for use to defend Knighton against its attackers.

The latest version of the game introduces more battle modes and Combo Powers that you get by combining scanned Nexo Powers from the various Lego kits. The app is free to play, without any in-app purchases.

For a more digital take on the building blocks experience, check out Roblox , which provides users with a rich selection of user-generated worlds and games to play in and experience.

Kids can customize their avatars, race cars against each other, take on bad guys as costumed superheroes, or just chill out with friends in virtual theme parks or dream mansions.

Chat filters and other social tools aim to make things kid-friendly, though do note that the app has the option for in-app purchases for Robux premium currency, which is used to buy in-game accessories and upgrades and a subscription mode for extra Robux.

Developer Toca Boca made a name for itself with imaginative, child-friendly apps that explore your kids' sense of free play and creativity.

Toca Life: World is the latest in the Toca Life series of freeform animated playset-style apps, allowing kids and parents to explore numerous environments filled with a variety of interactive characters, objects and creatures.

As with many Toca apps, the idea is to encourage free play, as you look for things to interact with. Toca Life: World allows you to bring in characters, creatures, and elements from the Toca Life series into a single app and scene, allowing for a wild array of combinations of playscenes and characters.

The app provides a number of characters and locations for free, with more available as in-app purchases. Another popular pick is Toca Hair Salon 3 , a virtual playset that lets you playfully style and customize the hairstyles of your hair salon's customers.

Kids can play around with all sorts of hair types and styles, with realistic virtual hair that moves like the real thing, which you can cut, color and curl with a variety of styling tools and combs.

Not content with braids and beards? You can also experiment and dress up each character with a variety of clothes and accessories. It's a no-stress free play activity that's all about style and not about high scores.

Toca Nature is also part of Toca Boca's free-play apps for kids, allowing little ones to shape and interact with a virtual world. From a bird's-eye view, kids can plant trees and forests, raise mountains and create pools and rivers.

Then kids can explore the virtual worlds they've created while making sure that the animals don't go hungry. As with Toca Boca's other apps for kids, there are no high scores and no in-app purchases.

Panda's Hoopa City 2 app has players teaming up with Hoopa the Hippo to build their own urban playground. Kids can combine a variety of elements to build houses, roads, train tracks, museums, shops, and more, and a helpful combination guide recalls the building recipes you've already unlocked.

As your town grows, more cuddly animal people move in, and you can zoom in and play with them, placing them inside buildings so that they can study in school, eat in restaurants, or play in your parks and plazas.

Hoopa City is all about free play, with no score boards or points, just an open world for kids to build the city of their dreams. A tie in to PBS Kids' Plum Landing edutainment show, Plum's Creaturizer gets kids and parents thinking about animals and ecology as they design their own creatures from a variety of parts such as wings, arms, legs, eyes, and more.

You can save your creations, and then go out on photo missions where you can insert your creature into a photo and imagine what it might eat or where it might live and hide.

The app encourages kids to imagine how a creature might feed itself and look for water, defend itself, or raise its young. This way, the app introduces the fundamentals of environmental awareness while also encouraging imagination and creativity.

Minecraft, in many ways, plays like the 21st century's equivalent to children's building toys, which is why it makes such a great game for older children with a creative streak.

Minecraft's "Creative" mode ditches the game's survival mechanics such as food and wandering monsters, and instead allows kids to wander around and shape the world as much as they want, laying down bricks, building structures, houses and exploring a miniature sandbox world.

Parents can even join in for a bit of guided play with local Wi-Fi multiplayer, for some neat collaborative building. Tom's Guide. In the former case, you can disable IAPs at a system level on your device before handing it over to a kid.

With the latter, you should play the game yourself first to make sure the ads are OK. Sago Mini Friends is a pleasant little set of mini games that encourages dexterity, puzzle-solving and creativity.

It starts with you selecting a colorful character, who then explores a neighborhood of cartoon houses.

This may involve hammering nails into a birdhouse, dress-up or even enjoying a tasty snack. A Windows PC version is also available.

As the name suggests, Toca Kitchen 2 is all about cooking. This game will invite you to create meals — however your imagination allows. Get Toca Kitchen 2 for Android.

A paid version exists for iOS. The controls are incredibly simple, meaning even younger players can get on board. Power-ups and collectable llamas with their own background imagery keep things interesting over the long term.

The original Crossy Road cleverly reworked Frogger, with blocky characters hopping across chunky endless landscapes, trying to avoid a dunk in a river or getting flattened by a train.

But the masterstroke was a raft of unlockable characters. Over figurines are there to be found, and although IAP lurks, playing and collecting coins in the in-game worlds is all you need to snag them all.

This game features advertising, and has non-essential IAPs for buying new characters. Fortunately, Frisbee Forever 2 is more akin to a set of rollercoasters, with you guiding your disc through gates, collecting stars along the way.

This game features advertising, and has non-essential IAPs for more rapidly unlocking discs and zones. In the high-octane world of Fruit Ninja, your finger becomes a virtual sword, chopping away at pieces of fruit lobbed onto the screen in two, and attempting to avoid cutting into game-ending bombs.

It fits on a tablet perfectly, since you can make satisfyingly large swipes across the screen. But, what really sets it apart is the fact that it offers local multiplayer, so two kids can zealously pit their fruit-slicing skills against each other.

This game features advertising, and has non-essential IAPs for purchasing in-game currency. With its tiny isometric world you can spin with your finger, and landscape-twisting mechanics, Mekorama brings to mind Monument Valley.

But, this game has no Escher-like optical illusions; instead, it concentrates on straightforward pathfinding as you help an ambling robot reach its goals. Get Mekorama for Android and iOS. This game features optional IAP for tipping the developer.

This game features advertising, and IAP for unlocking a premium upgrade more courses and slots for turn-based multiplayer and in-game currency.

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