What are the best games apps for toddlers?

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    #1Pat the Bunny

    Pat the Bunny

    Pat The Bunny is specially designed for toddler and preschoolers, in this game, your children will play with Pat and join his adventures. This app includes the 'Play' mode, where they can play and interact with Pat in different ways. 


    iOS, Android


    Rebecca Lewis
    Written on November 14, 2017
    "This was my daughter's favorite book series. And now it's an app! She plays with this nonstop throughout the day. Just loves it."
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    #2Endless Alphabet

    Endless Alphabet
    Endless Alphabet is a free to play children's educational game. Is specially designed for building vocabulary through interactive puzzles and animations that will teach children the meaning of over 100 words.

    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Dennis Schneider
    Written on November 1, 2017
    "I gave this to my child to help her learn words good. She learnt them so good she was soon teaching me! Already her vocabulary has surpassed her classmates and soon I expect it will surpass mine as well. The one downside is that the in app purchases are quiet pricey, but fortunately they are not required."
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    #3Moo, Baa, La La La!

    Moo, Baa, La La La!

    This interactive book app will help your kids learn what sound does every animal make, and they will also play some amazing games with animals as main characters.  




    Amber Hicks
    Written on November 7, 2017
    "I think it's great to get kids interested in reading, but Moo Baa La La La isn't quite up to the task. It's not "fun" enough to keep a toddler entertained for long, and older kids don't care much for the simplistic reading. The sound only works on one of the "books" in the app too. Save your money and buy real books."
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    #4LEGO DUPLO Train

    LEGO DUPLO Train

    With its animations and sounds,  this game is perfect for toddlers who enjoy trains. In this game they will take the role of the train driver, making sure the cargo makes it to its destination while learning sounds, shapes and colors. 


    Amazon, iOS

    Check price

    Olivia Sheng
    Written on November 10, 2017
    "This is a great app for little kids, but it will definitely depend on the kid. It might be a bit more of a hit with little boys, my nieces were only interested in playing it for a short time before moving on. But I thought it was cute and the colors were the right kind of vibrant to attract a kid's attention."
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    #5Wheels on the Bus

    Wheels on the Bus

    This app will make your kids interact with it, as they listen to music and work on their cognitive skills. They will sing, play, learn and discover lots of things as they ride the bus to get to many different places. 




    Gerald Douglas
    Written on October 19, 2017
    "This is a nice app for smaller kids as it really encourages use of their senses and to get involved with their hands. I like the fact that kids can record their own voices too. Different languages are available so this is more than an american product. I am also impressed the different musical instruments that are utilized. "
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    #6Peekaboo Barn

    Peekaboo Barn
    Peekaboo Barn is an educational game for Android that allows you to play with your child and learn the names of animals while hearing the sounds they make, which helps develop early literacy skills.

    iOS, Android


    Jesse Gonzales
    Written on October 23, 2017
    "My niece is 13 months old, but like a lot of infants and toddlers these days, she's already expressing an interest in mobile phones. Peekaboo Barn is a very easy and visually appealing game that helps teach kids the names of various barnyard animals. My niece loves the game for its interactive features, and I like the intuitive interface that allows her to play with the game herself."
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    #7Duckie Deck Collection

    Duckie Deck Collection

    Duckie Deck Collection consists of six games specially designed for kids from 2 to 5 years old that will help them learn day-to-day activities, like taking care of pets or why is necessary to tidy up their room. 




    Mark Ray
    Written on November 9, 2017
    "I do not like the idea of toddlers playing games on electronic devices, but if they are going to play for a limited of time, this game should be in one of their top choices. The colors are quite attractive and the (somehow) story is really enjoyable for the kids."


Best What are the best games apps for toddlers
1Pat the BunnyGames 18 Paid
2Endless AlphabetGames 14 Free
3Moo, Baa, La La La!Games 11 Paid
4LEGO DUPLO TrainGames 10 Free
5Wheels on the BusApps 7 Free
6Peekaboo BarnGames 6 Paid
7Duckie Deck CollectionGames 6 Paid

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