Smart Apps For Android: Fully Free App Friday for June 27, 2014 (best free Android kids apps)

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Fully Free App Friday for June 27, 2014 (best free Android kids apps)

Coming to a close for National Potty Training Month (did you see yesterday's review of Why? Kids Poo?) and today I have included a poop log app. Recognizing the pattern of your child's bowel movements is a fundamental step in potty training. Other than poo, this week's Fully Free App Friday also includes a cool chemistry app, math and language apps, games and stories and a customizable augmented reality app! All cost free and ad free for your child's pleasure.

** Please note ** Pricing and dates are correct at the time of publishing. We endeavor to include only apps that have no in-app purchases and no advertising. Only the app's developer can control when an app is free.**

The Three Little Pigs presented by Dog and Cat

Dog and Cat love dressing up! Watch Dog and Cat dress up and perform The Three Little Pigs - all from the comfort of their own living room. Use the controls to watch the story. Pause the story at any time and play individual sentences. Great to develop imagination in young children and encourage them to recreate and acting out a story.

Available on Amazon Appstore          
Get it on Google Play

Educational game app based on augmented reality. Join the 3D adventure and your paints come alive! Just download Chromville for free. HOW TO USE
2. VISIT and PRINT chapters pages
3. COLORIZE printed chapters
4. START with play button and SELECT the specific village of your printed chapter-page
5. POINT to the page

Get it on Google Play


It's a fact - kids love robots. Using the buttons on screen, children are encouraged to learn and build on basic math skills. Covers multiplication of numbers from 1 to 10. This App is ad-free.

Available on Amazon Appstore

Language Lab

This app lets you study vocabulary, grammar concepts, verbs, sentence structures, and more from some of our bestselling language titles. Designed by our expert authors, these flashcards and review are perfect for study on-the-go!

Available on Amazon Appstore          
Get it on Google Play


PoopLog is a free application that allows you to track your bowel movements using the Bristol Stool Scale on your Android powered device. Once you record the type of bowel movement, volume, and time. *NEW*: PoopLog now has the ability to log a pain/discomfort level from 0-10. This option is disabled by default, but can be enabled via Settings > Defaults.

Get it on Google Play


With goREACT, you can become a virtual chemist. Whether you're a novice or expert, the free play and guided modes make it fun and fascinating. Initiate nearly 300 virtual chemical reactions by dragging elements into the Reaction Area. Learn more about how the Periodic Table is organized, and follow links to additional educational resources.

Get it on Google Play

Bubbimals - Alphabet Animals

Bubbimals is a fun free family game that anyone can play! Perfect for little hands. Collect the all the cute Bubbimal animals as you play from A-Z! There are three games in one to discover and enjoy, Pop-it, Juggle and NEW Bubble Blast! Just pop the bubbles, earn gold stars and the rest is easy. Every child has their favourite animals and Bubbimals has twenty-six cute critters to play with.

Available on Amazon Appstore          
Get it on Google Play

Animal Memory for Kids

The best matching & learning animals memory game for kids! All chapters for free now. "Animal Memory for Children" is a cute memory game with animals, especially designed for young preschoolers. Over 50 animals and animations. Learn all animal names in English and German.

Get it on Google Play


Re-invented chess for you. Yes, for the first time you can play chess with kids, parents and friends. *** This game is now free for a limited period of time. *** You can play with the computer or in a face-to-face mode.

Get it on Google Play

Learn the Professions

“Learn the Professions” is a colorful educational application created to playfully introduce kids to some important professions. On each page you will find a friendly character who can’t wait to tell you about their job. Your task is to pick them a hat and clothes that match his profession. Of course, you can also have fun by dressing the character however you like!

Get it on Google Play

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After happily showing her son how well her finger had healed from slicing it while preparing dinner a month ago, Cas went and sliced her thumb.

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