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The Apple Watch appears to be still in its infancy, so to speak, when it comes to apps that are meant to be used or played by children. But it's already home to a number of apps that are designed to help parents monitor kids' iPhone usage and teach kids valuable skills. Here we explore some of these little apps developed with little ones in mind — even as they're to be operated on not-so-little wrists, by not-so-little hands.
PlayKids+ Kids Learning Games
Developed by experts, PlayKids+ is an award-winning platform that promotes child development all over the world, for children between 0-12 years of age. 5,000+ cartoons, books, educational games, and interactive activities. Learning, fun, and safety. Available in 180 countries in 7 languages.
Kuko The Sleep Trainer for Young Kids
Kuko is an alarm for toddlers and young kids who cannot yet read a clock. Let’s face it: It can be confusing to know when to wake up when you cannot read the time. Especially during daylight savings and on cloudy mornings. Kuko to the rescue! Parents can now set Kuko on the bedside table. It will display the moon when it’s time to sleep and the sun when it’s time to wake up. For full control, rather than receiving instructions from an actual clock, Kuko is controlled by parents.
Allow Anywhere also allows you to remotely allow Administrator actions on your Kids Mac Computers. If they try to go to a blocked site and ask for permission using Apple's parental controls a push notification will be pushed to your iPhone, iPod and you can then allow access by either your PIN or TouchID.
With its play environment that reflects that of a school and many personalizable components, Name Play will motivate children to explore 8 reading and writing exercises in comfort and style. Turn off the lights and battle pesky ninjas, play with letters as they float through space, trace letters, and create birthday invitations with the typewriter!
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KidsBank is discontinued. Users are advised to send themselves a virtual bank statement by email or record Kids' balance amounts and discontinue use of the app. The app was designed for iOS versions prior to iOS 12. Some versions of the app may not open in iOS 12. Use this version to access and record your virtual bank balances. Deleting the app will delete KidsBank data.