App Friday January 19th, 2018

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Make a tune, or listen to a song with Musical Animals, introduce math concepts with the latest update to Pre-K Math Learning Games, and save the animals with Learn to Read. Plus, nursery rhyme photo filters with Little Lens (without the social media worries) and Apple to enhance iOS parental controls.

Garry Froehlich
Jellybean Tunes

Slice Fractions 2
by Ululab

25% off Launch sale. Sequel to the popular Slice Fractions. Help Mammoth get his stolen hat back with the support of new creatures that move, multiply and reveal hidden fractions.

Slice Fractions 2
Slice Fractions 2
Developer: Ululab
Price: $3.99

Ranger Luke: Rosemary Forest
by Midnight Pigeon

Ranger Luke will teach children from 2-4 years old about animals on a walk through the woods! Hear their calls, learn their favorite foods, and enjoy the open air in this ad-free nature game. There is no way to fail and kids can explore at their own pace.

Ranger Luke: Rosemary Forest
Ranger Luke: Rosemary Forest

Arty Mouse Numbers
by Tap Tap Tales

Arty Mouse Numbers has 12 interactive number activities with min play-again games to discover within each one. Includes counting, matching, adding up, and sorting.

Arty Mouse Numbers
Arty Mouse Numbers
Price: Free+

Mussila
by Rosamosi

Join the Mussila band on their musical journey to help them find their lost instruments and costumes. Based on a musical curriculum, Mussila is a fun and creative game that gives kids the basic skills and instruments to play and create their own music.

Mussila
Mussila
Developer: Rosamosi ehf.
Price: Free

Best Educational Apps of 2017

Teachers with Apps has put together a list of some of the best apps of 2017, and as usual it is worth checking out. See more at Teachers With Apps. 

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