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One of the things that keep most parents on their toes is the need to keep their kids occupied, and family friendly mobile games can help. That is why parents always have phones, tablets, or any other electronic device that kids can play with, but it’s important they’re playing with the right stuff. 

We are living in unprecedented times when you are not sure what your child is watching, and if you are not mindful, they can get into the wrong stuff. There is a massive amount of content out there that can negatively impact children’s mental welfare so you need to be careful. 

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Don’t worry, you are in the right place, we’ve looked into family friendly games for your kids. Whether your child is in preschool, or even high school, up next we’ve got some of the best, fun, and educational games for you to share with them.

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ABCmouse.com

This is one of the best overall apps for children aged 2 to 8 years. The beauty of this app is that it is available as both a website and also an app. It comes with quizzes, fun story-based videos, and other fun activities for your children to indulge in. 

As if that is not enough, it also has a virtual map that clearly outlines your kid’s learning path to keep your children engaged. You can get it for free for the first month and then a monthly subscription of $10 per month. You can get it on both Android and iOS

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Epic

If you want your kids to read more than this app is for you. It is ideal for kids ages 2 to 12 years and comes with an e-book library with more than 35,000 children’s books, including a read-to-me for children who can’t read on their own. 

If you want your kids to learn and enjoy their reading, then this is the right app to download for them. The first month is free, and you will have to pay $8 per month. It is available on both Android and iOS.

Hungry Caterpillar Play School

If you have children in preschool, this is the app to download. The Hungry Caterpillar has various areas of learning including number, colors, alphabet, book reading, shapes and arts, and puzzles. It has a user-friendly interface with bright colors suitable for children.  

It is ideal for children 1 to 5 years and free to download, and a monthly subscription of $6 and $50 per year. It is available on Android, iOS, and Amazon App Store.

Quick Math Jr

Most kids think Math is a boring subject, but this app is here to change their mindset as it brings some interactive and creative concepts. It has 12 different math games featuring fundamental math skills. With its unique graphics, it sure will keep your kids engaged all through.  

Furthermore, the answers are handwritten or drawn for easy access on the screen, which also allows you, kids, to practice. The app is free and available on iOS.

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Stack the States

This is another app that is ideal for middle school kids. It helps your kids learn geography and anything about different states. It is unique where every answer answered correctly leads you to win a state that you can add to your stack, and the aim should be to stack up higher to a certain level. 

It is fun and also has three different games that kids can unlock and play. What’s more, it also has a version for different countries. It costs $10, and it’s available on both Android and iOS.

Bottom Line

There you have it, folks, if you have been struggling to keep your children busy with family-friendly content, these apps are your savior. The beauty with them is that they are kid-friendly and have amazing and informative content that will keep your children engaged.

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