Apps for Kids

This is a list of the apps on the Larchmont Public Library iPads.  Many are educational and award winning, and can broaden your child’s mind if used correctly.  The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that you use the iPads with your child to make the use of them a better learning experience.  Also important is to set limits.  The current recommendation from the AAP is no more than two hours a day of screen time, including television and other electronic devices.  

Puzzles and More

Spot the Dot. $2.99. Ages 4 and up. This eye-popping, interactive app invites toddlers and preschoolers to learn colors as they “spot the dot” in fun, engaging and highly varied interactive play spaces. Tap the screen and simple shapes move to create patterns in bright, clean hues that will captivate as well as educate children.

Kids Car, Trucks and Construction Vehicles. Free, in app purchases.  Ages 2-4.  This is virtual jig-saw puzzle game. Players must put the shapes together correctly in order to complete the picture. Extra bonus: when done, the balloons and applause comes up and children can pop them.

Feed Me! $2.99. Ages 5 and under.  Choose between math, patterns, shapes, or colors to start a game (most are available in two levels of difficulty). Once the game has been chosen the player will be given three choices. Feed the friendly monster the correct choice to win the game.  There are multiple versions of Feed Me! in different languages — be sure to choose the correct one.

Sorting 3. Ages 3 and up. Free, in app purchases to unlock more boards. Children sort complex shapes, animal groups and letters to move through the game board.

Peg & Cat: Tree Problem. $2.99.  Under 5 years.  Cat is stuck in a tree and he needs your help to get down! Help Peg and Cat solve silly logic puzzles designed to encourage children to engage in creative problem solving and practice early math skills.

Quizlet. Free. No age recommendation. Master your classes with the leading education app! Create your own flashcards or choose from millions created by other Quizlet users on thousands of subjects.

All Aboard the Dinosaur Train. $1.99. Under 5 years. The Dinosaur Train is getting ready to leave and needs passengers! The problem is that dinosaurs come in different sizes, so your child needs to match the passengers with the right train cars. This game challenges your child to problem-solve by estimating dinosaur sizes and comparing them with the train cars’ capacity.

CM Challenge. $2.99. Under 5 years. Cookie Monster’s Challenge is a collection of activities designed to stretch kids’ non-academic school-readiness skills, such as problem solving, memory, self-control, and following directions.

Dots. Free. No age recommendation. The goal is simple; connect same-colored dots vertically and horizontally in your choice of timed or moves mode. Stockpile dots along the way to gain power-ups and themes.

Flow Free. Free. No age recommendation. Connect matching colors with pipe to create a Flow®. Pair all colors, and cover the entire board to solve each puzzle. But watch out, pipes will break if they cross or overlap!

Peek-a-zoo. $2.99. Ages 5 and under. An award-winning interactive experience that asks children to identify different animals who dance, eat, wag their tails, wear sunglasses, sleep and more. Children will learn about animals, emotions, actions and sounds.

Early Literacy

Dora’s Rhyming Words. $4.99. Ages 5 and under. By matching rhyming words and more with Dora and Boots in this educational application, your child will become aware of individual sounds (phonemes) in words and how they are sequenced and changed to make new words.

Rhyming Words. .99. Ages 5 and under.  Rhyming is a critical early literacy skill to develop phonological awareness.  This app shows colorful pictures and challenges the children to match the objects that rhyme.

Metamorphabet. $3.99. Ages 6-8. . Poke, prod, drag, and spin each of the 26 letters of the alphabet to reveal surprising and luminous transformations.

Abby Phonics. Free. Ages 5 and under.  Your child will learn phonetic awareness but they won’t know it!  Help abby the monkey get all of her animals onto the train by finding the ones by first letter sound.

Bob Books #1. Reading Magic. $3.99. Ages 5 and under.  Start your child reading with this phonics-based interactive game. Even very young children love the simple drag-and-drop interface. Children will put the appropriate letters in place while hearing their phonetic sound.  Teaches how to sound out words.

Bob Books Reading Magic Sight Words.  $3.99. Ages 5 and under. Sight Words can be a stumbling block for early readers because so many of them cannot easily be sounded out or illustrated. Bob Books Reading Magic – Sight Words was developed to assist young readers in acquiring sight word vocabulary through engaging, interactive games that capture a child’s imagination.

AlphaTots Alphabet. $2.99. Ages 5 and under. “A” is for action in the app from Spinlight that uses 26 action verbs to help children learn the ABCs. Whether they’re “building” robots, “digging” for treasure or “zapping” alien spaceships, they’ll have a blast learning all of the letters and their sounds.

Flip Flap Farm. .99. Ages 5 and under. Inspired by the original storybook app, Animal SnApp: Farm, Axel Scheffler’s Flip Farm features brand new animal artwork and poems. With 121 possible combinations, silly names and animal noises to make you giggle, this hilarious rhyming app is perfect for preschoolers.

Reading Raven. $3.99. Ages 5 and under.  Customizable to your child’s age, Reading Raven includes five extensive lessons, with hundreds of individual activities in total. Parents and teachers will find the multi-sensory learning games to be a great complement to traditional classroom and home-based reading instruction.

Marblemind Phonics. $2.99. Ages 5 and under. The first step to reading is understanding the sounds letters make, or phonics. This app focuses on these sounds versus the letters themselves, teaching the fundamentals of reading.

TozzleWords. $1.99. Ages 4-8. A word spelling game where every level is a unique adventure in itself, filled with lots of secrets to discover.

Elmo Loves ABCs. $4.99. Ages 5 and under. This is an app full of games, activities, and videos, which will help teach your child about letters, sounds, and words.

LetterSchool. Free. Ages 5 and under. Play to learn how to write all letters of the alphabet abc – xyz and the numbers 1-10 with LetterSchool. Kids practice essential skills as they play four exciting games per letter or number.

Endless Reader. Free with in app purchases. Ages 5 and under. Kids will learn sight words and their context and usage with the Endless monsters. Each word features an interactive word puzzle with letters that come alive, and then a sentence puzzle with words that become what they describe.

Sign and Sing.  Free. Ages 5 and under. Your baby or toddler will love signing along with the Baby Sign and Learn animated characters in the Baby Sign and Sing nursery rhymes app.

Starfall ABCs. Free. Ages 5 and under.  Children delight as they see, hear, and interact with letters and sounds in words, sentences, and games. They learn to recognize letters while developing the skills they need to become confident readers.

Motor and social skills

SocialDetective. $24.99. Ages 7-10. This interactive App teaches children with Autism, Asperger’s and other special needs how to appropriately engage in everyday situations. It teaches them how to use their eyes, ears and brain to make smart social guesses and investigate clues to see how others’ emotions and responses are connected to their own behavior.

Dexteria. $3.99. Ages 4 and up. Dexteria is a set of therapeutic hand exercises (not games) to improve fine motor skills and handwriting readiness in children and adults. Dexteria’s unique hand and finger activities take full advantage of the multi-touch interface to help build strength, control, and dexterity.

Sago Mini Friends. Free. Ages 5 and under. This has you choose from one of the brightly coloured Sago characters and then embark on a series of playdates.There are ten activities in all, including doing the washing up and munching your way through a selection of goodies. Characters respond appropriately, such as a disappointed look on not getting a piece of cake when someone else has been fed.

Age 2-5 STEM

Sago Mini Toolbox. $2.99. Ages 5 and under. With simple tools that respond to their touch, Sago Mini Toolbox empowers and inspires budding young builders.

Kalley’s Machine Plus Cats. $2.99. Ages 5 and under.  When Kalley shows her dad her drawing for a new machine, he is baffled by the confusing collection of hammers, gears, fire, smoke and conveyors. As Kalley explains each part of her invention, the drawing comes to life even as its overall purpose becomes less and less clear to her dad.

Toca Builders.  $2.99.  Ages 5 and under.  Join your new builder friends on an island far away and create a whole new world with blocks. Jump, walk, roll and rotate the builders to use their unique skills, and they will help to build whatever you can imagine!

Elmo Loves 123s. $4.99. Ages 5 and under.  Elmo loves exploring numbers! This app has songs and videos about numbers. It has coloring pages and games about numbers.  It has numbers from 1 to 20.

Build A Truck. $1.99.  Ages 6-8.  Build A Truck allows you to customize and build monster trucks. But choose carefully, as each decision and building block will have real impact on your trucks when the races begin!

Bugs & Numbers. $2.99. Ages 5 and under. Bugs and Numbers provides an extensive collection of unique games dedicated to learning and practicing a wide range of math skills in a non-traditional way. Organized into three basic stages, the app grows with your child through 18 games ranging from basic counting to early fractions.

Go There Square: A Stella and Sam Adventure.  $1.99. Ages 5 and under.  Play alongside Stella and Sam and their dog Fred as they turn to the Go-There-Square to find a magical place. Pop musical bubbles, collect dandelions and build a bridge out of flowers.

Preschool Books

Tacky the Penguin. $3.99.  Ages 6-8.  Dive into this interactive book app and meet Tacky the Penguin- an odd bird who marches to the beat of his own drummer! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and personalize the story with your own narration.

NotWithoutBear. $2.99.  Ages 2-7. Audrey and Bear go everywhere together until one evening at bedtime, Bear is nowhere to be found! This 10 page digital storybook with read-to-me or “read it myself” options, allows curious readers to explore each interactive page (opening cupboards and moving objects). Spanish & German language versions available.

Go Away Big, Green Monster! HD. $2.99. Ages 5 and under. Ed Emberley’s classic picture book goes digital with this interactive storybook app. Watch as the monster is slowly deconstructed piece by piece using basic shapes. The app features read-to-me or “read it myself” options, as well as a sing-a-long mode that turns the story into a musical animation.

Goodnight Moon. $4.99. Ages 5 and under. This version of the classic storybook has over 200 touchable objects. Educational features include word-highlighting, touchable words and narration.

The Tree I See. $3.99. No Age Recommendation.  Watch as a young boy spends time with a tree who constantly gives and shares unconditionally with friends of the wilderness. Your child will learn how friendships are formed by sharing with others.

Nash Smasher! $0.99. 5 and under. Nash smashes everything in sight! Read this zany tale along with the narration or on your own.

Curious George and the Firefighters. $2.99. Ages 5 and under. The app features read-to-me or “read it myself” options with clickable words that trigger sounds and animations. Spanish & French language versions available.

Pop Out! The Tale of Peter Rabbit.  $3.99. Ages 5 and under. Relive this age-old classic tale of a mischievous rabbit’s romp through a grumpy farmer’s field as pull-tabs, spin-wheels, and spring-mounted elements bring each of Beatrix Potter’s wonderful original illustrations to life.

The Monster at the End of this Book. $4.99. Ages 5 and under.  Join lovable, furry old Grover as he tries his very hardest to tie down pages and build brick walls— all to keep readers away from the monster at the end of this book.

Another Monster at the End of this Book. $3.99. 
Ages 5 and under. 
Grover invents silly, giggle-worthy ways to prevent young readers from getting closer to another monster hiding at the end of this story. But an ever-curious Elmo asks for your help to slip past Grover every time.

Bed Battle. $3.99. Ages 5 and under.  The sun sets at the treehouse and the nightly bedtime battle begins! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and personalize the story with your own narration.

Nighty Night! The Bedtime Story App for Children. $2.99.  Ages 1-4.  This app comes complete with cute animals, sweet lullaby music and great narration. All around the house the lights go out, and in the barn even the animals are tired. But you must turn out the lights in their stalls.

Nighty Night Circus. $2.99. Ages 1-4. A spin-off of Nighty Night, each circus animal performs several tricks and wants to show them off to the child before going to sleep.

Leonard. $2.99. Ages 5 and under. When Leonard moves from the city to the country, he has a problem to solve: where can he find new friends? Join him as he searches everywhere.. Squish bugs in the deep dark forest (so Leonard doesn’t have to), go on safari, and meet some fantastic fish (but look out for the whale).

Barnaby Bennett. $4.99. Ages 5 and under.  Barnaby Bennett is a strong-willed boy who has an epiphany one morning and decides that he will only wear red from that day on! It takes the smarts and nimble fingers of his aunt to create a wondrous new garment that makes Barnaby change his preference.

Wild About Books. $4.99. Ages 5 and under. The award-winning picture book roars to interactive life as your kids tilt, swipe, and tap their way through this rollicking rhymed story that’s filled with a safari of surprises!  Whether you’re making monkeys flip, beach balls bounce, animals stampede, or bears burp, you and your kids are sure to laugh, learn, and get wild about books.

Art and Music

Elephant Art!  Painting Room.  $2.99. Ages 5 and under. It’s immediately clear this isn’t a typical art app when you prod a button and an elephant’s massive foot crushes a banana, splattering it across a canvas on the wall. Further buttons provide additional destructive capabilities, obliterating all manner of household objects that magically become transformed into paint and flung at the artwork, creating a kind of abstract masterpiece.

Toca Band. $2.99. Ages 5 and under.  It’s all about creating music from a band of colourful characters. You simply drag them to the stage and they get on with playing their instrument. Move them to a spot with a different colour and they’ll change what they’re playing.

Magic Piano by Smule. Free. No age recommendation. In app purchases.  From Bruno Mars to Mozart, play the hottest songs!

Guitar! By Smule. Free. No age recommendation.  Choose from five guitars — Acoustic, Grunge Rock, Pop Rock, Classical, and Alternative Country — to playthat perfect sound. Master timing, tempo, and coordination.

Draw with Curious George.  .99. Ages 5 and under.  Children can color and draw for hours, with a selection of vivid colors, tools, stamps, and stickers.

Steve Reich’s Clapping Music. Free. No age recommendation. This is a game that improves your rhythm by challenging you to play Steve Reich’s ground-breaking work – a piece of music performed entirely by clapping. Tap in time with the constantly shifting pattern, and progress through all of the variations.

Fairy Tales. Free. Ages 9-11. Time to get busy with those design skills! With Toca Tailor Fairy Tales, you can create, combine and style fun outfits for two characters in a beautiful Fairy Tale setting! Choose between lots of clothing designs, then tailor them by adjusting hems and lengthening sleeves.

Books and Literacy: Age 6-10

Alice for the iPad. $1.99. No age recommendation. Tilt your iPad to make Alice grow big as a house, or shrink to just six inches tall. Enjoy Lewis Carroll’s original Alice in Wonderland digitally remastered for the iPad.Throw tarts at the Queen of Hearts – they bounce off her!

The Lorax. .99. No age recommendation. Help the Lorax regrow the world’s Truffula tree forests! Design your own trees and flowers, see them grow right before your eyes, and share beautiful postcards you’ve created with friends & family.

The UnStealer. $3.99. Ages 6 and up. The UnStealer is a story about a thief who sneaks into situations and steals the “un” from the front of descriptive words ultimately turning negative events and feelings into positive ones.

Mosasaurus. $3.99. Ages 6 and up. Dive inside the prehistoric sea and follow the story of the enormous Mosasaurus! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and personalize the story with your own narration. Will Mosasaurus make his way through the water safely and find himself a tasty snack?

Is the Witch in Love?. $2.99. Ages 6 and up. The witch thinks she’s in love with the handsome and famous sorcerer Merlinor.  Despite the advice of her faithful bat-friend, Batina, she decides to do everything she can to charm Merlinor, even if it means changing herself.  But is changing yourself for someone else a good idea?

Three Little Pigs. $4.99. Ages 6 and up. The Three Little Pigs from Nosy Crow is one of the best renditions of the classic story in the app store. Besides excellent graphics and sounds, you get to help the wolf blow down the houses by way of the iPad’s microphone.

Jack and the Beanstalk by Nosy Crow. $4.99. Ages 6 and up. Jack and the Beanstalk rewards success with more story, and encourages repeat play with endless variety. Play games in different rooms of the giant’s castle and collect keys to unlock more of the story – and capture the giant’s treasure without waking him up to carry on playing!

Press Here. $1.99. Ages 6 and up. Inspired by the best selling picture book, this app has 15 games for children of all ages.

Slice of Bread Goes to the Beach. $2.99. Ages 6 and up. Slice of Bread loves nothing more than hunting for treasure but his day on the beach does not turn out at all the way he’d planned. In a series of unfortunate mishaps, his day goes from bad to worse until he finds a treasure of a very different kind.

Dr. Seuss’s Favorites Book Bundle. $29.99. Ages 6 and up. Dive into 10 exciting Dr. Seuss interactive book apps for young readers! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and personalize the story with your own narration.

Don’t Let the Pigeon Run This App! $5.99. No age recommendation. Dive into 10 exciting Dr. Seuss interactive book apps for young readers! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and personalize the story with your own narration.

Cinderella. $4.99. Ages 6 and up. You know the fairytale. Now experience the magic! Nosy Crow’s Cinderella app lets you play inside the story. Beautiful illustrations, exciting animation, and original music make this a picture book app at its best.

Rounds: Franklin Frog. $4.99. Ages 6 and up. Rounds: Franklin Frog follows the life cycle of a frog with beautifully simple narrative and design motifs.

Ultimate Dinopedia. $4.99. Based on the award winning book, National Geographic Kids Ultimate Dinopedia, you can get audio pronunciation, vital stats, size comparisons, and phenomenal art. Check out bonus videos for select dinosaurs, a visual table of contents, and an interactive family tree.

Bats! Furry Fliers of the Night. $2.99.  Ages 6 and up. Bats! lets kids search jungles, deserts, woods and other  3-D environments, flap their “wings” and fly like a bat, “see” how sound waves help bats find food, and much more.

Sight Words: Kids Learn.  Free. Ages 6-8. It combines fluency, vocabulary, spelling, and comprehension practice with entertaining, engaging graphics in a disguised-learning format. Children will want to play again and again and by doing so, will be learning up to 300 all-important sight words.

Write My Name.  $3.99.  Ages 4-6. Developed by experts and endorsed by parents and teachers, this app is a fun way for children to practice writing letters, words, names and phrases. Write My Name supports children  to learn how to write their name, trace uppercase and lowercase letters, and write over 100 familiar sight words.

Starfall I’m Reading: Learn to Read 2.  $1.99. Ages 5-7. Starfall I’m Reading develops comprehension and reading fluency in beginning and advancing readers. This app will help your child make the leap from learning to read, to reading to learn.

6-10 STEM

MathDoodles. $2.99. Ages 7 and up. Master your math skills with an app developed by a self proclaimed “math hater.” Each game gives players different choices for displaying numbers in different ways.

Physics. $1.99. Ages 9-11.  Done by the developer of Stack the States, this app uses monsters to  teach basic concepts of physics and allows children to interact with these concepts in realistic ways.

Mathtopia+. Ages 9-11.  $3.99.  This puzzle game play is similar to popular jewel swapping games but with multi-touch swap, enabling more complicated and challenging matching for those who like tile-matching puzzlers.

Nova Elements. Free. Children really interested in physics or adults. Ever wonder why the periodic table is shaped the way it is, what gives each element its own unique set of properties, or how elements combine to make everyday objects such as a cup of coffee?  Find out by playing the game or exploring the interactive periodic table.

Airplane!.   Free. Ages 9 and up. This app lets you enjoy flying without having to go to flight school.  You’ll fly your plane from airport to airport delivering cargo and passengers.

Era of Dino. .99. No age recommendation listed. Dense text but great information about every kind of dinosaur you can imagine.

Star Walk 2.  $2.99. No age recommendation listed.  Star Walk 2 is a next-generation tool for not only learning the exact position of stars, planets, constellations, comets, ISS, satellites, star clusters, nebulae and meteor showers in the night sky but also for investigating its’ depth like watching constellations, nebulae and satellites from aside.

Brian Cox’s Wonders of Life.  .99. No age recommendation listed.  Travel to any of the contend for a biological view of the continents.  Physicist Brian Cox expertly illustrates the diversity and complexity of life with breathtaking images, texts and videos.

YodelOh Math Mountain. $2.99.  Ages 9-11.  Test your addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in the crazy Alpine Adventure that transforms dry math drills into a mountain of fun. Score big and you could be the next King of the Alps in the carnival game that combines fast-tapping fun and original yodeling music to help you master the basics of math.

DragonBox.  $4.99. Ages 6-8.  Children as young as six can easily begin to grasp the basic processes involved in solving linear equations without even realising that they are learning. The game is intuitive, engaging and fun, allowing anyone to learn the basics of algebra at his or her own pace.

MathBoard. $4.99. Ages 9-11. Beginning in kindergarten, with simple addition and subtraction problems, through elementary school where learning multiplication and division can be a real challenge. MathBoard will allow you to configure the app to best match the abilities of your individual child/student.

Pizza! $5.99. Ages 9-11.  Create the pizzeria of your dreams in Motion Math: Pizza! Learn economics and mental math as you buy ingredients, design pizzas, set prices, and serve customers in this delightfully delicious simulation game.

PopMath. .99. Ages 6 and up. A welcome twist on flashcards.   Solve math equations and pop the pairs of bubbles in order until all the bubbles are gone.

Hopschotch. Age 10 and up.   Inspired by MIT’s Scratch, the Hopscotch programming language works by dragging and dropping blocks into scripts.

Telling Time.  Free.  No age recommendation.  Telling Time Free lets the user input the time by the hour, ten minute, and minute. The user inputs the digital time based on the analog time.

TinkerBox.  Free.  No age recommendation.  TinkerBox is a fun, free-to-play physics puzzle game that is full of interesting science facts and teaches basic engineering concepts.

StarWalk Kids.  $2.99. Ages 6-8. Star Walk Kids is perfect for introducing kids to astronomy. With colorful images and friendly narrators, kids can begin to recognize constellations, planets of the solar system and grasp the fundamental principles of astrophysics.

Solar Walk. $2.99. No age recommendation. Based on real physics and latest photographic data, Solar Walk 2 comes to life with stunning visual effects of planetary atmospheres, solar flares, auroras and asteroid belts to give the space depth and feel that hadn’t yet been possible on a mobile device.

The Human Body. $3.99. Ages 6-8.  Explore a working model of the body. Every part is interactive: the heart beats, guts gurgle, lungs breathe, the skin feels, and eyes see. Designed for kids to discover what we’re made of and how we work.

Bill Nye. Free. Ages 8 and up.  . From optical illusions woven into a storyline about alien invasion to a video game-like planetary adventure to DIY at-home science experiments, kids will find something to love about science on this app.

Simple Physics. $1.99. Ages 9 and up. Kids are tasked with building something structurally sound that accomplishes a certain task. Plus, they’ve got to build it with as little money as possible — a pretty cool challenge to begin learning at an early age, right? And, to make it even more stupendous, once your design is complete, you can test it with explosions or by smashing it

MathLands. Ages 7-8.  Free. Ages 7 and up.  Offers six different math, logic and puzzle games.

Sound Uncovered. Free.  No age recommendation.  How do you make a saxophone growl? Are there secret messages in music played backward? Why does the sound of gum chewing drive some people mad? Listen up and find answers to these questions and more as you take an auditory trip to the place where sound gets truly interesting: the space between your ears.

Daisy the Dinosaur. Free.  Ages 6-8.  Basic coding programming logic for kids.  Drag one-word commands like “roll,” “jump,” and “grow,” into the programming space, and press play. Players can see a direct relationship between the commands they assign and the actions Daisy takes.

Weather by Tinybop. $2.99. Ages 6-8. Children will play with atmospheric forces, and seeing how changes affect the environment. Each scene has a number of elements to experiment with, such as raising or lowering the temperature to see how this impacts on a glass of water or the comfort of a dog in its kennel.

Sushi Monster.  Free.  Ages 9-11. Strengthen reasoning strategies for whole number addition and multiplication by helping monsters make a target sum or product. Earn points with each correct answer… but watch out for distractions! To be successful, plan ahead and strategically select numbers from the sushi counter.

Slice Fractions. $3.99. Ages 6-12.  Kids slice through ice and lava to clear the mammoth’s path, unraveling the mystery of fractions!


Stack the Countries.  $2.99. Ages 9-11.  As you learn country capitals, landmarks, geographic locations and more, you can actually touch, move and drop the animated countries anywhere on the screen. Carefully build a stack of countries that reaches the checkered line to win each level.

Stack the States.  $2.99. Ages 9-11. As you learn state capitals, shapes, geographic locations, flags and more, you can actually touch, move and drop the animated states anywhere on the screen. Carefully build a stack of states that reaches the checkered line to win each level.

Barefoot World Atlas. $4.99.  Ages 9-11. It’s never been easier to explore the world’s continents, great oceans and changing environments. You’ll meet different people from around the planet and find out about their way of life. With the tap of a finger, you can encounter amazing wildlife, and discover famous landmarks, fantastic natural features and remarkable buildings.

11.  iTooch Elementary School App Bundle. Grades K-5.  With more than 25,000 exercises, iTooch Elementary is a new and fun way of practicing and learning Math, Language Arts and Science for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th Graders.

This is a list of the apps on the Larchmont Public Library iPads.  Many are educational and award winning, and can broaden your child’s mind if used correctly.  The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that you use the iPads with your child to make the use of them a better learning experience.  Also important is to set limits.  The current recommendation from the AAP is no more than two hours a day of screen time, including television and other electronic devices.


*Please note that the prices listed are subject to change.