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5 FREE Learning Apps for Toddlers

5 FREE Learning Apps for Toddlers

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My kids love their tablets and they really come in handy for keeping the kids entertained while we’re out. Whether it’s waiting in the carpool line, running errands with me, having some quiet time at home, or traveling- their tablets really come in handy. Their favorite apps are anything that contain games and my favorite apps for them are ones that help them to learn. I try to fill their tablets (and even a few on my phone) with apps that are educational, but fun. If I can sneak in their abc’s, 123’s, and colors while they’re playing a fun game with music they can dance and sing along too, then we’re all happy.

Amazon Underground App

Amazon is one of my favorite places to shop, watch shows, and even get apps. Amazon underground is full of 100% free apps and games. No paid upgrades or waiting times and Amazon Underground offers a lot of the extra features that you need to buy in other app stores, for free. One of my biggest pet peeves is finding fun apps for my kids and then having them complain that they need to buy extra content or upgrades. With Amazon Underground I no longer have to worry about that and it’s a great perk. Packed with a variety of fun and educational apps and games for the kids, I’m sharing my top 5 picks that our toddler loves. They’ve been a huge help with teaching him his colors, numbers, and letters. We can sit down and play them together or he can play on his own.

Preschool Basic Skills: Space All in One Learning Adventure A to Z

Preschool Basic Skills: Space All in One Learning Adventure A to Z – Preschool curriculum in one endearing alien-themed app. Land UFOs, explore extraterrestrial lands, vacuum the space, save the aliens, and much more. This fun-packed preschool educational adventure takes you out of this world to start a journey of learning. Have fun tracing letters, shapes, and numbers with aliens; or play 6 engaging educational mini-games to learn names of shapes, letters, numbers, and colors.


Preschool All-In-One Learning – Baby Bubble School provides the most wonderfully bubbleful educational experience for kids! Teaching names and recognition of LETTERS, NUMBERS, SHAPES, COLORS, TOYS, ANIMALS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES and more.


100 Words for Babies and Toddlers – 100 words for Babies & Toddlers is a speech and vocabulary learning game for preschool children aged between 6 months and 4 years old. An easy way to introduce your child to new words. They have created the 100 words with colorful graphics, energetic sound and cute animations for your child to develop his or her vocabulary skills. It is a great way to keep your little one entertained whilst learning new words.


Toddler Counting 123 – Learning to count is as easy as 1, 2, 3! Watch your toddler discover the simple joy of learning as they tap and count along. Designed for young minds and tiny fingers, the gameplay is simple and without fuss – filled with heaps of lighthearted fun and even more room to grow!

Elmo 123 App

Elmo Loves 123’s – This is an app full of games, activities, and videos, which will help teach your child about numbers and counting. Numbers 1, 2 and 3 included. Upgrade to unlock numbers 4 through 20.

I can find our toddler (2.5) playing one of these apps anytime he’s on his tablet. They all provide a variety of games that encourage learning through games, videos, stories. Mom and toddler approved, they’re a must have for any toddler! You can download all these apps for free via the Amazon Underground app for android.

What’s your favorite learning app for your kids?


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Alecia @CSNY

Thursday 23rd of June 2016

This is just what I was looking for! I have a hard time finding games that are challenging without being too complicated for my two year old. I'll have to check these out during naptime (nothing like installing apps on a touch screen device with a helpful and always sticky toddler helping!)

carissa garabedian

Tuesday 14th of June 2016

I thought I knew all about Amazon, I never heard of Amazon Underground! These look like great options, I am always looking for new games that teach!

laura londergan

Monday 13th of June 2016

I love all of these apps that they have out now. I sure wish we could have utilized these when my daughter was younger - she would've loved them

Chloe Crabtree

Monday 13th of June 2016

These are great! My granddaughters are 17 months and 2 and 1/2, so these are probably perfect for their age! It amazes me how good they are at working an iPad already! I am passing this on to my daughter!

Rebecca Bryant

Monday 13th of June 2016

these are awesome. I definitely need to get these fro my niece who is staying here with me this summer.

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