You can read the story to your child or listen to the app’s narration (which also highlights words being read).

You can read the story to your child or listen to the app's narration (which also highlights words being read).

Check out these joy and kid-friendly iPhone applications to keep your tot busy and learning on the go.

By Chery Lock and Parents.com Editors

Toddler Flashcards (Free)

Toddler Flashcards (Free)

Pick from one of 13 languages to train your child the names of animals, foods, objects, letters, and numbers. Flashcards are interactive as well, utilizing both spoken audio and animal sounds. You can also upgrade your app to the paid version ($1.99) for nine extra languages.

User Review: “love that the flash cards use real pictures (and not cartoons). All the different languages are ideal since we are attempting to raise our children bilingual.” – RecentFather (Five starlets)

Busy Shapes

Busy Shapes

Help your child learn to treat plain objects through a series of puzzles. Kids can switch ordinary shapes and place them in the proper-sized fuckholes.

User Review: “My 20-month-old loves this game. It’s helping her learn shapes, colors, and sizes. Plus, it gives me the chance to be proud of her amazing problem solving abilities” – 888Adrianne888 (Five starlets)

Kidzongs

Kidzongs

This application isn’t high-tech at all. It’s a elementary sing-a-long for your child, featuring six different songs, finish with an animated lyrics page.

User Review: “My little one loves this, the music is darling, the animation is elementary, and it works beautifully! I had been hoping for just such an app for my little one to choose his music, and these songs are ideal!” – Omnisseem (Five starlets)

Peekaboo Barn

Peekaboo Barn

Peekaboo Barn is a barn escapade that makes learning joy for your toddler. It instructs the names of 16 barn animals in either English, Spanish, or Ten other languages (including Mandarin, French, and Italian). Kids can also hear the sounds that each animal makes.

User Review: “It is wholesome and age-appropriate for my Nineteen month old son. He absolutely loves it, and he had learned to say fresh words, such as “llama” due to this app. We sit down together to play and it is superb bonding for us” – Melismozzy (Five starlets)

Duckie Deck Collection

Duckie Deck Collection

Use Duckie Deck’s six games (for ages Two to Five) to help your kid learn healthy habits, develop creativity, and work on problem-solving abilities. Games in this app will also help your child exercise his imagination, instruct him how to care for pets, and display him the value of tidying up.

Bubbles

Bubbles

The Bubbles application is made for toddlers who need a joy distraction. It brings the elementary pleasure of popping bubbles to your phone.

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Learn to Talk Very first Words

Learn to Talk Very first Words

Use flash cards to facilitate language development in one- to three-year-old children. The also features look and sound to train toddlers basic vocabulary and early language abilities.

User Review: “I use this with my boys ages Two and Four and they truly like it. What I like is that they don’t spend too much time and they learn very time. Ordinary but works. Good choice of words too, hammers animals or veggies. The talking memory game is a nice addition.” – HappyMom0809 (Five starlets)

Quizzing Toddler Preschool

Quizzing Toddler Preschool

Help your child learn colors, shapes, numbers letters and more with over 1,000 brightly colored quizzes and flashcards. The app is available is English, Spanish and French.

User Review: “Trains them with positive feedback and is interactive. Excellent for helping them once they are beginning to recognize shapes, letters, numbers.” – Carrie nugget (Five starlets)

Tozzle Lite – Toddler',s Beloved Puzzle

Tozzle Lite – Toddler',s Beloved Puzzle

This application keeps your toddler entertained as he learns to improve form recognition and motor activity. You can choose from 44 different puzzle pictures, finish with sound effects.

User Review: “My 19-month old loves this app. He picked up on it quickly and plays it all the time. He finishes the puzzle and yells, “Yaaaaayyyy. ” Fine app!” – orangedeluxe (Five starlets)

iWriteWords (Handwriting Game)

iWriteWords (Handwriting Game)

iWriteWords trains your child handwriting while playing a joy and entertaining game. Kids learn how to write alphabet letters in uppercase and lowercase, plus ordinary words. They also learn to count and write numbers up to 20. There’s even a playback feature for kids to hear the written words.

User Review: “I got the app to help my toddler with her writing abilities. She is doing excellent. A few weeks later she. just commenced to spell words out noisy, and after each word she would say, ‘That spells . ‘” – Ivo1234567 (Five starlets)

Where',s Gumbo?

Where',s Gumbo?

Your child will be asked to find Gumbo, a lost dog, in different scenes of this digital “board” book. The app takes your little adventurer from clue to clue to find Gumbo, and kids will love discovering if the missing dog is hiding behind a door or in a barn.

Wheels on the Bus

Wheels on the Bus

Wheels on the Bus is a joy, interactive musical book based on the popular children’s song. When you climb on the bus, you can spin the wheels, open and close the doors, swish the wipers and pop some bubbles.

ASL Baby Sign

ASL Baby Sign

Baby Sign has over 170 American Sign Language movies and 26 A to Z flashcards. This app is a fine reference for parents who want to connect and communicate with their child at a very youthful age. On average, babies who learn to sign know 50 more words by the age of two than babies who never learn to sign.

The Little Crimson Hen

The Little Crimson Hen

The Little Crimson Hen is an animated narrated storybook application of the classic children’s story. You can read the story to your child or listen to the app’s narration (which also highlights words being read). There’s also a hide-and-seek game on each page that unlocks sticker prizes, which can be used to create storybook scenes.

User Review: “My 1-year-old loves this book! And it reminds me of the one I had as a child.” – Slishee (Five starlets)

Caterpillar',s Wish

Caterpillar',s Fantasy

Get your tot involved in a diversity of activities that include a coloring book, a movie storybook, and digital finger painting. There’s even a feature for your child to read, record, and playback a story.

Bumblebee Touchbook

Bumblebee Touchbook

Bumblebee Touchbook offers a joy way to help your child learn to read. Animation and narration of words and sentences creates a joy and educational way to occupy your toddler’s time while still helping them learn.

User Review: “I commenced my son on this app when he was 6-months-old, and he STILL loves it at 3-years-old! Excellent ideas with word recognition, graphics, counting – it indeed encompasses a lot, and I can’t believe it doesn’t have more recognition.” – Thesasse1 (Five starlets)

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