Train your child’s eye to find hidden objects in this hidden-picture based app. Focused around scenes from the popular Disney Pixar film Toy Story 3, young movie fans will enjoy finding familiar objects hidden in a world of talking toys. Settings are adjustable to place time limits on each scene and add an element of additional challenge.

Price: $2.99

Everyone’s favorite Sponge that lives in a pineapple, and the rest of the Bikini Bottom Gang from Nickelodeon’s ever-popular “SpongeBob Squarepants,” are the stars of this app. To play, children must use the basic concepts of physics to navigate the marble-shaped SpongeBob, and his buddies, through a series of obstacles in each level. This one requires kids to think as they move marbles by tilting the iPhone and drawing slides to safely escort SpongeBob to new levels.

iDress – Dress Up and Makeup Fashion Studio

Price: $0.99

Fashion forward youngsters can put their styling skills to the test with iDress- Dress Up and Makeup Fashion Studio. Upon selection of a model, players are given the opportunity to style their virtual model from head-to-toe in both clothing and make-up.

Monkey Preschool Lunchbox

Price: $0.99

There’s a lot to learn in preschool. Where else are kids supposed to master the basics of counting and the ABC’s? Monkey Preschool Lunchbox offers an interactive platform for preschool-age children to practice numbers, letters, colors, matching, shapes and more as they work through a series of games to help their virtual monkey buddy successfully pack a lunch.

Price: Free

An adorable DoDo bird comes to life in this free app that allows children to interact with the animal, watch him sing, or prompt him to repeat their own words. Kids can even record a special message via DoDo Bird and share it with friends by e-mail, Facebook or Twitter. However, parents beware: after awhile, you may want to equip kids with headphones so you don’t have to listen to the bird, too.