From early learners to high schoolers, these new apps are so much fun your child won't even realize they're educational.

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Tinycards, ages 4 and up

The interactive classroom that's proven to accelerate learning as kids develop skills in early literacy and math is now available as an app and offers more than 5,000 fun and interactive learning activities. Kids will learn about reading, math, science, art, music and more. (Free; iTunes)

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Tinycards, ages 12 and up

Your student will enjoy learning while having fun with Tinycard, an pp that allows kids to unlock new levels while improving there memory on thousands of topics or create your own. (Free; iTunes)

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Duolingo, ages 4 and up

In Apple's iPhone app of the year, anyone can learn how to speak a variety of languages such as Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Irish, Dutch, Danish, Swedish and English for free. Have fun with interactive activities, move up in levels and even challenge your friends while expanding your foreign tongue. (Free; iTunes)

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Epic!, ages 4 and up

In this all-you-can read eBook library, kids get unlimited access to over 10,000 high-quality books and learning videos, including read-to-me and audio books. Epic! is free for the first month and $4.99 for every month after. (Free; iTunes)

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Todo Telling Time, ages 4 and up

Learning how to tell time is exciting in this app complete with six multi-level mini games. Kids won't just learn about telling time on a clock, they'll learn about arranging days and weeks in order through puzzles, learning schedules and daily activities based on the time of day and building upon short-term memory. ($4.99; iTunes)

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DragonBox Elements- Geometry Proofs, ages 4 and up

Through 100+ puzzles in DragonBox Elements, hours of fun will go by and kids won't even realize that they're learning geometrical proofs. With the geometry lessons secretly hidden, kids are encouraged to keep learning while gaining confidence in their own math skills. ($4.99; iTunes)

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Fruit Ninja Academy: Math Master, ages 4 and up

Combining the classic fun of the popular Fruit Ninja game with essential math skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, sequences and shapes. Perfecting math skills never seemed so fun! ($4.99; iTunes)

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This is my Food- Nutrition for Kids, ages 4 and up

This app is designed to give curious boys and girls the opportunity to explore information about the foods they eat on a daily basis like nutrition, food classification and how to cultivate their very own herbs. They can even document the growing process. ($2.99; iTunes)

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DragonBox Algebra12+, ages 4 and up

DragonBox Algebra 12+ is based off DragonBox Algebra 5+ but covers an expanded variety of topics in math and algebra such as parentheses, positive and negative signs, addition of fractions, collection of like terms, factorization and substitution. This handy and fun app is like a mini algebra tutor for kids and will boost their confidence in their classroom math skills. ($2.99; iTunes)

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Toca Lab, ages 4 and up

All 118 of the elements on the periodic table have their own personalities and in this colorful and exciting app, little learners can meet and become familiar with all of them. This fun app will encourage kids to explore the wonderful world of science. ($2.99; iTunes)

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Quick Math Jr., ages 5 and under

Learn the foundations of math such counting, addition, subtraction, place value, writing numbers and more in twelve engaging games including the US Common Core curriculum. The game places players at the appropriate level based on adaptability and kids will have fun creating their own monster characters. (Free; iTunes)

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Hopscotch, ages 4 and up

Kids can learn how to code and create their very own games in this free app. With provided video tutorials, kids learn all the tools needed to make their very own games and then they can publish them for friends and family to play. (Free; iTunes)

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Intro to United States, ages 4 and up

In this interactive app, kids don't just learn where the states are located, they learn how to identify them by shape, how to recognize an animal from each state, learn about a state's location in relation to other states and improve on their fine motor and vocabulary skills. ($4.99; iTunes)

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Domi Domi Nature Shapes-- Matching and Sorting for Toddlers, ages 5 and under

In this colorfully-crafted app, kids enter a peaceful world where they learn about shapes, color recognition, sorting and improving fine motor skills through play. The app comes with 20 activities, 4 sceneries and adorable animations. ($2.99; iTunes)

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MarcoPolo Ocean, ages 5 and under

Journey to the most unexplored part of our planet with this educational and interactive app all about the ocean. Kids can make dolphins jump, build a coral reef, explore the deep sea and create their own aquarium all while learning early skills in science, technology, engineering and math. ($2.99; iTunes)

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Son of the Sun and Wizard Lizard, ages 5 and under

In a world full of fun and games it is hard to find an app that teaches character and morals. This award-winning app does just that. With sound effects, music and narration this storybook will enchant kids while teaching an important lesson about the value of forgiveness. ($0.99; iTunes)

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Touchable Earth, ages 9-11

The winner of a United Nations award for innovation in teaching young students about culture, it is the first dedicated Global Citizenship app for Kids. Kids can learn facts and develop an insight into life around the globe by visiting families, schools, seeing the games other kids play and being introduced to other cultures. (Free; iTunes)

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Cursive Writing Wizard, ages 6-8

Users will learn how to trace and write in cursive with this customizable app. Parents can add their own words through audio for kids to practice and you can check their progress through a system of reports and profiles. ($4.99; iTunes)

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar" & Friends, ages 5 and under

Kids can practice counting, sorting and memory skills in this 3D app inspired by Eric Carle's best-selling books. It teaches healthy eating and provides facts about caterpillars, seahorses, chameleons and other animals. ($3.99; iTunes)

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Lightbot Jr: Coding Puzzles for Ages 4+, ages 4-8

Kids can get a jump start on computer programming by solving puzzles that use game mechanics based on Computer Science ideas. Players gain a practical understanding of basic concepts like writing instructions, debugging problems and simple procedures and loops by guiding a robot with commands. ($2.99; iTunes)

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My Incredible Body, ages 9-11

Take a rocket through the human body to see how blood flows, or dive into the skeleton, muscles and blood vessels to learn where everything is and how it all functions. Learning the parts of the human body becomes visually engaging with this uniquely precise virtual guide. ($4.99; iTunes)

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Montessori Math: Multiplication, ages 6-8

Designed by teachers and Award-winning app developers, Montessori Math: Multiplication presents an in-depth, step-by-step approach to multiplication. It is a unique approach to multiplication that makes it ideal for parents and teachers who have children who struggle with multiplication and may need to look at it in a new way ($4.99; iTunes)

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Avokiddo ABC Ride, ages 5 and under

An inventive and original app guaranteed to engage little kids in creative play helps them learn their ABC's through playful exploration. In this enjoyable bike ride, kids use their imagination and logic to find the hidden letters and set them free to spell a word. ($2.99; iTunes)

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Fruity Fractions, ages 6-8

A great way to introduce or reinforce math with fractions, this app includes instructional content with each problem as kids try to help Quip on his search for fruit. ($2.99; iTunes)

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Wallykazam! Letter and Word Magic, ages 5 and under

This is the first preschool literacy app based on the newest Nick Jr. TV hit - "Wallykazam!" Play games and learn about the power of letters and words by touching, tapping, flicking and tilting to interact with Wally and his friends. This app will help kids with letter knowledge and promote excitement about words and learning to read. ($3.99; iTunes)

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Tower Math, ages 6-8

The numbers have been turned into monsters by an evil wizard. As you add, subtract, multiply and divide, you build towers with magic powers that can free the numbers in this action packed, 3D game. ($1.99; iTunes)

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Simplex Spelling HD - Dolch Sight Words with Reverse Phonics, ages 5 and up

With many commonly used words, kids can learn how to spell, for both native and nonnative English speakers. It breaks down words through audio pronunciation and visualization. ($4.99, iTunes.com)

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Word Wagon, ages 1-7

Word Wagon helps kids learn letters and advanced spelling for words appropriate for preschoolers. The app features more than 100 words that deal with subjects from animals to cars. ($2.99; iTunes)

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Madagascar Math Ops, ages 6-9

Tune up your math skills by solving problems to save the Madagascar characters. This helps kids learn and build on their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills. ($2.99, iTunes.com)

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Wubbzy's ABC Learn and Play, ages 2-5

Trace letters and play games such as "Magic Alphabet," "Fire Hose ABC's," "Bubble Letters" and "Dino Alphabet" to learn the basics of reading and writing. It also features coloring pages and two sing-along music videos. ($1.99, iTunes.com)

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Stories on Stix, all ages

This app helps writers to organize and brainstorm their ideas by simply filling out basic information to questions such as who, what, when, where and the details. This is the perfect tool for individuals and groups. ($1.99, iTunes.com)

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State Bingo and Road Trip US, ages 7 and up

Play the "Road Trip USA" game to discover facts and see the sights of each U.S. city and state. Learn to read a map, play Bingo and solve riddles with cute animations. ($2.99, iTunes.com)

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MathBoard, ages 6 and up

With straightforward drills, MathBoard helps children write out their work by providing a scratchboard. It's also tailored to meet the different needs of each child. ($4.99, iTunes.com)

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Endless Alphabet, ages 5-8

Have fun learning your ABCs with a puzzle game that has talking letters and an animated definition of the word. Kids can do this at their own pace and there are no grade or limits. ($8.99, iTunes.com)

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Grammaropolis, ages 8 and up

Sing songs, read books, watch videos and take quizzes to learn nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, conjunctions, prepositions and interjections. Kids can also learn how to use grammar in sentences. ($12.99, iTunes.com)

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Math Superheroes, ages 6 and up

From the basics of learning numbers to mastering skills such as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, kids can play 30 games that will teach and help them build on their math skills. ($1.99, iTunes.com)

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Seasons and Weather!, ages 1-5

Go through the four seasons with weather conditions by doing fun activities. Kids will learn the months of the year, days of the week and the impact of the weather. ($1.99, iTunes.com)

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Little Learners Play and Learn, ages 1-3

Your toddler can get a head start on their reading skills with illustrations, simple vocabulary and cute stories with this interactive storybook. (Free, iTunes.com)

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Oh No Fractions!, ages 6 and up

Learning fractions can be hard but it doesn't have to be boring. This app features great visualization of the fractions with exercises that include adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. (Free, iTunes.com)

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Yummiloo Rainbow Power, all ages

Play with your food to learn more about nutrition by gathering fruits and veggies and putting them with the correct color in the Rainbow Machine. ($1.99, iTunes.com)

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Shiny Party, ages 2-5

Help Charlie and Alice throw a surprise birthday party for their friend. The interactive storybook gives kids the opportunity to learn about everything shapes. Play puzzles and put together shapes to complete an object. ($1.99, iTunes.com)

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GeoMaster Plus HD, all ages

Take an atlas on-the-go and learn about countries and cities around the world. With 21 games and a high resolution map, this is a fun way to learn about different cultures. ($3.99, iTunes.com)

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Dora's Great Big World, ages 3-6

Dora will take your child on a great adventure to help them improve on their English, math and science skills. Kids get stars along the way for their accomplishments. ($6.99; iTunes.com)

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ABC Bugs, ages 3 and up

With videos and great photos, your child can interact with bugs and learn some fun facts about each of them while mastering the alphabet. ($2.99; iTunes.com)

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Super Why Alpha Boost!, ages 3 and up

Search the skies for Super Letters that will form a party password that gets you into the different parties. You can play as Super Why, Princess Presto, Wonder Red or Alpha Pig. ($1.99; iTunes)

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Shake-a-Phrase, ages 8 and up

2,000+ Vocab Words, Parts of Speech Quiz & Story Starter! This app features more than 2,000 words and definitions. Simply shake your mobile device to create sentences, create a story, or test your skills with adjectives, verbs, nouns and more. ($1.99, iTunes)

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Kids Money, ages 6 and up

Keep track of your allowance or other money and calculate when you can afford to buy the things you want. It's easy to input our numbers and there's even a help section. ($1.99, iTunes)

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Park Math, ages 3 and up

Learn how to count, add, subtract, sort and more with Blue Bear and his friend as they play in the park with seven educational activities. ($2.99; iTunes)

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Jungle Time: learn how to tell time, ages 4 and up

Learn to tell time with this multilingual talking clock which features cute animal faces. There are also multiple levels for kids who are beginners to advanced. ($2.99, iTunes)

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Interactive Alphabet ABCs, ages 2 and up

This fun, interactive app will engage even the youngest readers with the original artwork, animations, music, sound effects and more. It features uppercase and lowercase letters, phonics sounds and a special mode that automatically advances cards every 15 seconds. ($2.99; iTunes)

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GazziliShapes, ages 3 and up

Activate the first activity and you'll impart on a shape-identifying adventure with hands-on activities, six engaging activities, music, animations and more. ($1.99; iTunes)

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Hot Dots Jr. Lite, ages 3 and up

Ace, the talking and teaching dog, encourages kids to learn as they play, practice and learn colors, letters, numbers, shapes and more. ($0.99, iTunes)

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Zoo Train, ages 1 and up

Animals and trains -- two kid favorites -- are the main features of the Zoo Train. Using playful animation and original music, this app aims to help children improve their fine motor skills, increase their vocabulary, all while having fun with puzzles and games. The Word Builder tool lets kids match letters and create words to earn virtual stickers, another kid favorite! ($9.99; iTunes)

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Elmo Loves ABCs, ages 1 and up

Sing along with Elmo and explore the alphabet as kids learn to identify letters through coloring, videos, and other interactive games. You'll get more than 80 classic Sesame Street videos, multiple coloring pages, and five different ways to play hide and seek with Elmo as you try and locate the letters you just learned. ($4.99, iTunes)

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Kids Maps, ages 2 and up

Kids will learn and understand geography through a fun, interactive puzzle game. To play the game, you have to drag a state puzzle piece and place it onto a U.S. map puzzle board where you'll learn the state name, abbreviation, and a factoid about each state. If you make a mistake, you'll get helpful hints along the way. ($1.99, iTunes)

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Monkey Math School Sunshine, ages 3 and up

Who wouldn't want to learn math skills from an adorable monkey? From the makers of the "Monkey Preschool Lunchbox," the Monkey Math School Sunshine app allows kids to count, add, and sort their way through engaging games. ($1.99, iTunes)

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Clifford's Be Big With Words, ages 4 and up

Who doesn't love the big red dog known as Clifford? This app is a great word game for early readers that encourages them to build their skills in spelling, phonics, and vocabulary. As your child spells, they are rewarded with fun pictures to reveal the meaning of the word. ($1.99, iTunes)

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Little Pim Spanish!, ages 3 and up

Looking to introduce your early reader to Spanish? The app introduces 60 Spanish vocabulary words and phrases about eating and drinking, playing and sharing, and sleeping and waking. ($3.99, iTunes)

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Jack and the Beanstalk, ages 5 and up

You can choose your own adventure with a fun twist on the classic fairy tale. Kids can complete interactive tasks to progress the story, for example, by swiping and tapping the cloud to generate rain in order to see the beanstalk grow. Kids will develop a range of skills, such as improving fine motor skills, language development and basic physics, through play. ($4.99, iTunes)

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Creative Genius On-the-Go, ages 4 and up

This fun thinking app encouraging kids to get their creative juices flowing. With 150 challenges, diversions, and scenarios, this game features challenges to boost brainpower and prompts players to think independently. There's even a journal for your kids to jot down their notes and ideas to store for later. ($0.99, iTunes)

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Presidents Vs. Aliens, ages 8 and up

Help the presidents defeat aliens while you learn presidential facts, quotes, nicknames, as well as historical events. Every time you complete a level you'll earn a random president, plus you'll receive 44 informative president flash cards to use as a reference tool. Simply "fling" the president at the alien to knock them down and use special objects and "Executive Powers" to increase the fun as you learn. ($1.99; iTunes)

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First Grade Splash Math Games, ages 7 and up

From adding and subtracting numbers to counting money, this app is a fun and engaging way to practice math. With interactive ways to solve problems (think dragging and dropping shapes and popping bubbles), children are able to learn and practice math at their own pace. ($9.99; iTunes)

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Dictionary.com & Thesaurus, ages 5 and up

Find the meaning of more than 1 million words in a flash. It also gives you a word of the day, a Spanish word of the day, and a quote of the day. This educational wonder also features Mobile Flashcards, which offers students the ability to create fun, study programs based on their grade level, as well as SAT and other standardized tests. (Free; iTunes)

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Britannica Kids: Rainforests, ages 8 and up

Kids can navigate through the lush tropics of the world learning about different regions and exploring tropical plants and animals. The information comes from Britannica's expert editors and features a combination of games, puzzles, photo quizzes, and more. ($1.99; iTunes)

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myHomework Student Planner, ages 12 and up

With the myHomework app, your kids will never be able to use an "I forgot ..." excuse again! This teacher-friendly app allows students to keep track of their classes and school work via their mobile devices. In one click you can set due-date reminders and schedule tests, homework, and other assignments on the interactive calendar. (Free; iTunes)