Free App Saturday is here again, with some great new apps from the makers of Endless Alphabet, and an awesome collage/video app that will get tons of use in my house, so without further ado, here they are my choices for Free App Saturday #24!! Hope you enjoy them! 🙂
Capture Math a fun math game to help those who struggle with math fluency, with prompting choices rather than just a basic question. This game reinforces connectivity between numbers and how facts work together. With increasing levels of difficulty it is a game to work those math muscles in a fun and engaging way.
Anyone who knows me knows that I loooove Endless alphabet for little ones, and now they have a new game in their arsenal, Endless Reader! This app introduces the most common sight words, in fun sentence building games, and word games that introduce lower case letters, as well as the meanings of words once they are spelled, a perfect add on to those who love the Endless Alphabet!
Have your kids gotten into movie making the way mine have recently? Fuzel collages is a fantastic new app that allows for a hugely creative collage in mere minutes. Want your collages to move, have music, how about stickers and captions, all just a quick click away, don’t like it, no problem, easy to undo too!! With hundreds of optional layouts and the ability to share over most social sites, this app is sure to get your kids creating in no time, Maybe Christmas cards will be digital vids this year?:-)
Q4 is a fun puzzler game, it is said “if chess and connect four had a baby it would be Q4”, perfect for kids from 6-60. With options to play the computer AI or a 2 player mode, with varying levels of difficulty, it is a game that will never disappoint!
Another Case Solved is a super sweet candy cracking case of whodunit!! You can create a detective, track down clues, solve riddles, and win coins, to help outfit your new detective agency in high style:-) Challenging levels and lots of variety make for a super sweet puzzle game.
Family Fun is not designed for special kids in particular, but would be a helpful app in any special need parents arsenal. Good for those kids who have a hard time connecting emotion to interaction, this could be a great help in introducing it in a fun and engaging game style format.
As always I hope you enjoy these apps, and please remember to check the price before downloading!