Welcome to the Aridan Books educational app resource guide. Our amazing collection of educational applications focuses on early childhood learning and literacy. The Krayon Kiosk offers a ‘seek and discover’ approach to education, allowing young minds to pursue and interact with the educational content they desire. Education is our focus, but gaming & arcade app options for iPads are also available – inquire within.
Congratulations to ESGI’s lucky winner Kim P. for winning a brand new iPad Kiosk, 4 iPads, 4 chairs & a FREE year of ESGI Software!
SCRATCH JR – FREE
AGES 6-8 Intro CODING FOR KIDS. Snap together graphical programming blocks, children can make characters move, jump, dance, and sing. In the process, children learn to solve problems, design projects, and express themselves creatively on the computer.
DUCKIE DECK TRASH TOYS : $2.99 A fun way to teach kids about upcycling, recycling, restoring and reusing materials that they find all around them.
DUOLINGO – LEARN LANGUAGES FOR FREE. Declared as one of the best educational apps on the market for learning languages, and is suitable for anyone ages 4 and above. Ideal for personal language development with family, friends, educators.
THE SIGHT WORD ADVENTURE : $1.99 Ages 3–8 A fun-filled game where children learn to recognize, read, and write up to 320 sight words!
BOX DROP MATH – $1.99
COMPLETE – Ages 6 -11
Provides the right level of fun and motivation to keep learners practicing until they memorize these basic equations. It offers 9 unique levels with with fun animations that help kids instantly recall math facts.
TEBLE CAT HD $4.99 – All Ages. Fun Music For Kids! Treble Cat offers highly entertaining game design teaching both kids and adults how to identify notes in the treble clef.
HAMLET, North Carolina — Two Richmond County libraries have new colorful additions in the form of Krayon Kiosks inside their respective kids section with ipads attached for an amazing learning experience. Read More —
Matt Harrelson | Daily Journal Photo of Kathryn Roller, 4, of Rockingham, plays an educational game on one of the iPads connected to Hamlet Public Library’s new Krayon Kiosk.