Some Super Cool Interactive iPad Apps for Kids

We have chosen some of the top interactive games for iPhone and iPad to help your baby learn while playing games. These apps are packed in with a lot of fun games and instantly attract kids. Jump over to take a glance at them!

iPad is hugely popular among kids. And if you have decided to take the full advantage of Apple’s superior tablet to make your child learn while playing, these best interactive iPad apps can be very effective.

These kids apps for iOS make learning such a pleasant experience thanks to the unique concept. Your baby will learn shapes, colors, educational values, solve Math puzzles with absolute fun. Besides, the amazing animation and soundtrack keep their interest alive forever!

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Cool Interactive iPad Games for Kids

#1. Dr. Panda Daycare

Dr. Panda Daycare iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

Let your kid take care of three cute animals. Dr. Panda’s Daycare is a beautiful interactive game that is engrossing and beautiful at the same time. The app is crafted well to be both an interactive game as well as an edutainment app that teaches the nuances of making someone happy!

It provides a lot of role-playing elements like playing, putting animals to bed, cooking, feeding them, making music. Moreover, it allows kids to create music as well. And along the way, the app also teaches educational values like responsibility and creativity.

Price: $2.99

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#2. I Spy with Lola HD

I Spy With Lola HD iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

I Spy with Lola is a little thrilling clue-based game that helps the kid become sharper through the gameplay. It helps your kid remember stuff and its name in a very interactive, visual and entertaining way.

So, help your kid kick-start the journey to collect a lot of souvenirs and coins from each completed task. And then tell him to make the most of the earned coins to unlock wonderful locations.

As your baby advance, challenge him to discover objects associated with letters. Each location is animated with wonderful visual and spoken instruction. And there is also a great soundtrack to bring some fun to the play.

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Price: $2.99

#3. Wildlife Jigsaw Puzzles 123

Wildlife Jigsaw Puzzles 123 iPad Game Screenshot

This one needs no introduction, does it? Jigsaws have been an all-time favorite for generations now, and this one is the digital avatar of the most popular form of a game. Puzzles are assorted from easy to hard levels so it’s not just the kid that can try these out. You can play along too.

The app features several kinds of creatures. You kid will play and learn the names of more than 40 animals. When a puzzle is completed, the name of the animal is read aloud and also shown on the screen.

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There are five difficulty levels like 2-piece, 4-piece, 6-piece, 9-piece, and 16-piece puzzles. The friendly voice over, helpful feedback hints ensure your child has a fun-loving time while playing the game. Moreover, this puzzle game supports a number of languages like English, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Swedish, etc.

Price: Free

#4. Color Drops

Color Drops iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

While Color Drops isn’t in the league of well-crafted games, it sure serves as a neat little coloring game, which can keep your kid engrossed for a long while. One coloring page from each category is free, and after that, you’ll need to do those in-app purchases to get the rest.

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The app offers over 230 coloring pages available in 11 different categories like princess, fairies, animals, numbers, letters, transportation, castles, dinosaurs, cars, vegetables, etc. And there are also a lot of stickers, which can add a lot of spice to the mix.

Price: Free

#5. Endless Wordplay

Endless Wordplay iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

As the name suggests, this app is an interactive tutor as well as a sort of game for kids. It teaches spelling, word building, and rhymes while making sure your young one is entertained with great cartoon graphics.

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The app uses spelling along with phonetics, which makes it easier for the kid to understand and learn the word. In addition, there’s an alphabet and also an Endless monster to keep your kids engaged. The app is free for limited words and later you can make the purchase for additional features.

Price: Free with limited features

#6. Bloom

Bloom iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

Bloom is a great mix of the instrument, composition, and artwork. The app comes with fabulous controls that help kids create elaborate patterns and unique melodies with ease. It features 12 different mood settings and also allows random mood shuffle.

It allows adjustable delay as well to ensure kids can play it at their own pace. And yes, there is also a sleep timer that automatically stops the apps at a fixed time.

Price: $3.99

#7. Laugh & Learn

Laugh & Learn iPhone and iPad Game Screenshot

What has appealed me towards “Laugh & Learn” is the highly effective way of teaching shapes and colors through interactions? Eye-catching animations and sounds ensure your kid never has a great time while playing the game.

Your child can simply tap on the world or tilt the screen to bring any word into action. The game offers two levels: In level 1, kids need to tap the screen to hear the name of the shape or color. They can tilt their iOS device to make the shapes bounce around the screen.

And in level two, they need to tap the screen to hear the name of the shape or color. And when they tilt the device, the shapes will slide across the screen or play the piano.

Price: Free

That’s all!

What’s your favorite?

Now, let us know the name of the games, which you have picked out for your kid? Also, tell us about the features you have liked in them.

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Jignesh Padhiyar
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