Scribblenauts takes you on an adventure with Maxwell, through many different levels. The game uses objects that the player must summon. For example, Maxwell will need to capture a Starite that is out of reach. The user can bring a ladder (or even a trampoline) to reach the Starite. The great part about this game is it really encourages your child to use their imagination to complete the levels.
Brain Challenge offers a total mind workout! This app lets you play memory, visual, logic and math puzzles and keeps track of your scores. It encourages you to play every day to exercise your mind and beat your previous day scores.
Weird But True is a fun app from National Geopgraphic. It offers kids 300 facts in a fun, colourful and interactive way. Each fact is age-appropriate and handpicked by a brand they know and trust: National Geographic Kids.
The Toca Hair Salon allows your child to run their very own hair salon! Different from most hair salon apps available, this isn’t a simple time based action game. Kids get to cut, colour and style hair in a really interactive way.
The ultimate skateboarding app for the iPhone. EA Skate It takes lets you control of your touchscreen and perform awesome tricks using your customized avatar. The best part about this app? Your child can’t come home with a scraped knee!
In each level you’ll stack and sort fruits, veggies and whole grains across wacky contraptions! Not only will this keep your children entertained, but they’ll also learn healthy eating tips along the way.
We hope these apps not only keep your kids from fighting in the back seat, but exercise their brain a little too! Do your children have any favourite apps? Share them in the comments below!