10 Best Apps To Keep Your Kids Busy On New Year’s Eve

Posted on Dec 30 2014 - 10:20pm by Lanie

Waiting for New Year can be a little bit daunting for little kids. After tinkering on the remnants of your Christmas decors and poking on dinner table, it won’t take a while before some of the kids will start to find new interesting things to do. As you are still busy putting on your lucky polka dots, watching New Year summaries on TV, or maybe partying with other adults at home,  these apps on your kids’ tablets will entertain them and better yet, teach them at the same time.

These apps were all mommy tested with links to their reviews so you will know how effective they can be and how your child’s waiting can be made to be worthwhile one by trying these apps.

2z8w4uvJoomaJamFun Music and Learning – JoomaJam provides mobile applications which integrates music and fun learning. Lessons feature English and Filipino songs written and performed by popular Filipino singers such as Barbie Almabis-Honasan, Julianne Taroja and members of The Dawn.

Kids Academy Apps – 5 years below – FREE, interactive worksheets, phonics, tracing (Click here for Mommy Mecheel’s review, and here for Mum-Writes review.

with michelleSketches – Ipad App – $0.99 in Itunes – a sketching app which allows your child to lay down their thoughts using fingers and imagination. (Click here for ThePhenomenalMama‘s review)


Storybots Christmas App – FREE  – allows your kids to make short videos starring the members of the family (Click here for ArtOfBeingAMom‘s review and download link)

storybotsThe Bible App for KidsFREE to download here -a colorful story telling app with activities to help little kids easily understand Bible stories ( Click here for OceanofEmerald’s review)


Heroes of the City Baby App – FREE – for 2-6 Years Old – Toddlers can play and watch movies from the characters of TV Series Heroes of the City. (Click here for TheRollerCoasterRide‘s review)


SamsungKidsTime – one month FREE Trial, P199/month subscription – 80+ interactive games and e-books with screen limits and app locks for full parental control. (Click here for MommyPracticality‘s review)

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Pepi Bath – $1.99 on iTunes – “Pepi Bath is an amazing app to impart to our children the importance of good hygiene and taking care of our body. It also teaches children to practice toilet manners such as flushing the toiler after using it as a courtesy to the next user.” – Reviewed by MoomyMusings

pepiDisney Story Time – FREE – Read at your own pace, follow along as each story is read to you, or record your own voice, Disney Storytime features the largest collection of Disney stories. (Review by LifeAsTheCEO)

disneyIntellijoy Pre-School Reading Apps – FREE – Helps little tots learn their first 3-4 letter words, with missing letters activities supported with photos to hep them learn fast. (Review by Bebengisms)









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  1. George Garcia2016/03/05 at 6:59 am - Reply

    Thanks for this article, with tons of apps available online, coming up with a list is helpful for every parents not just on New Year’s Eve but also on other events or activities that they need to be with their kid.

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