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App Friday: October 21, 2016

Halloween is coming and it's time for some spooky fun! Make monsters with Monster Mingle, play with puzzles in Wee Halloween Puzzles, and create the perfect pumpkin face with Spooky Lab - Pumpkin carving. For the older kids we have a classic Jules Verne story brought to digital with Frritt-Flacc. Plus, the popular Read becomes Read4Kids, gets a great update and goes free this Friday, and where to find all those stickers you downloaded for iMessage. 

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Garry Froehlich
Jellybean Tunes

Early Learning

Read4Kids - Kids learn to read in 20 easy lessons
Read4Kids - Kids learn to read in 20 easy lessons

by Olivier Romanetti

Updated with new activities, games and 500 images. Read is a 20-lesson program designed to help kindergarten and elementary school age children (4–8 age range) acquire reading skills in a fun and progressive way. Read draws on two of the most popular methods currently in use for teaching to read in English: the phonics method and the whole language method. Most education experts now agree that a combination of both is the key to successful learning.

Universal (iPhone/iPad): Free Friday and Saturday (Regularly 2.99) -


Spooky Lab - Pumpkin Carving
Spooky Lab - Pumpkin Carving

by Kidloom

Spooky Lab is a creative game where kids can carve Halloween pumpkins, discovering thousands of different combinations (exchanging shape, face expression, colour and decorations). The photograph feature allows to save and show the designs to friends and family. Inside the pumpkins, they will find amazing mini-games designed both to learn and to have lots of fun.

Universal (iPhone/iPad): 2.99 - Google Play: 2.99 -


Frritt-Flacc, by Jules Verne
Frritt-Flacc, by Jules Verne

by StoryMax

Do you imagine Biology can bring reflection on social inequality and poverty? Frritt-Flacc by Jules Verne tells a classic story just to start a conversation about the 1st. Sustainable Development Goal, by UN: no poverty. In Frritt-Flacc, the reader can set the rain’s direction, make volcanoes go active and to restore life to a dying man. In addition to deep reading, the activities are designed by experienced educators and scientists. The app is available to tablets and smartphones iOS and Android.

Universal (iPhone/iPad): Free - Google Play: Free -

Creative Play

Monster Mingle
Monster Mingle

by Cowly Owl Ltd

Big Halloween update! Build your own friendly monster! Choose different body parts to help explore the world and uncover each unique island. Discover fun creatures, musical scenery and hidden surprises as your monster plays in this magical kingdom.

Universal (iPhone/iPad): 3.99 -


Wee Halloween Puzzles
Wee Halloween Puzzles

by Wee Taps

Spooktacularly fun puzzles for toddlers! Keep your kids entertained with these free Monster themed drag & drop puzzles.

Universal (iPhone/iPad): Free -

Blog Post

Looking for More Halloween Apps?
Looking for More Halloween Apps?

by App Friday

"It’s the time of year when app makers get excited about seasonal themes for their apps. Families benefit from this excitement with festive displays of pumpkins in their educational technology. So what is the latest on Halloween Apps for 2016? Let’s check it out."

Lorraine Akemann has put together a list of some great Halloween apps from the developer community.

Plus, she has written a helpful guide on where to find all those stickers in iMessage that come with these apps