Photos: Emmanuel Dunand / Getty Images So much to do — hit the grocery, plan the birthday, be a field trip chaperone — so little time to get it done. Well, there are apps for that.BlueleoGuide NYC What: Info for families on after-school programs, baby boutiques, kid-friendly restaurants, and everything in between. Favorite feature: The app uses GPS to pull up the kid focused, kid-friendly spots closest to where you are, wherever you are.Cost: Free.FreshDirect What: The grocer’s app features product descriptions, images, and nutritional info, as well as daily produce and seafood quality ratings.Favorite feature: Quick Shop lets you select items from previous orders, and you can even specify the thickness of tomorrow night’s pork chops. Cost: Free.NYC Way What: The ultimate resource for all things Big Apple aggregates more than 50 helpful apps in one — from live traffic updates to listings for local zoos, aquariums, and parks.Favorite feature: It can point you in the direction of clean bathrooms.Cost: Free.AMNH Explorer What: Easily navigate the 45 exhibit halls of the American Museum of Natural History with this indoor, real-time GPS app. The whole museum becomes a Wi-Fi hotspot, so you can plot your path to the Hall of Ocean Life in a flash. Favorite feature: Pre-programmed tours such as Night at the Museum and Dinosaurs complete with 3-D maps and scavenger hunts.Cost: Free.iTot Toddler FlashcardsWhat: Kids ages 1 to 4 can practice the alphabet, numbers, and basic words with colored digital flashcards. Favorite feature: Mastered English? Move on to French and Spanish.Cost: 99¢.Koi PondWhat: Find a little urban Zen with this app that turns your screen into a fish pond with ripples, fish food, and soothing sound effects. Favorite feature: Little fingers can make fish swim away or add more lily pads to the pond.Cost: 99¢.LOOKStroller Tour at the WhitneyWhat: Parents of babies up to 18 months old enjoy a PhD candidate-led tour of artist Christian Marclay’s Festival and Off the Wall: Part 1.Why: Crying kids and double-wide strollers are welcome in the galleries.When: Fri., noon-1 p.m.Where: 945 Madison Ave., at 75th St. (212-570-3600). Register (required) online at whitney.org. Adults, $25.READHow Is Mona Lisa Feeling?What: Part of the Art from the Start series, this board book ($7) explores emotions through great works of art.Why: Artists such as Winslow Homer, Edgar Degas, and Roy Lichtenstein are happy highlights.Where: MoMA Design and Book Store, 11 W. 53rd St., b/t Fifth & Sixth Aves. (212-708-9700); online at borders.com.HEARAudraRox What: The family music maven performs as part of the Carroll Park Kids’ Concert Series, which benefits the park and PS29.Why: Great music, face painting by Gemstars, and food from The Moxie Spot make for much fun.When: Sun., 3:30-5:30 p.m. Concert, 4 p.m.Where: Carroll Park, President St., at Smith St., Carroll Gardens. Admission is free.Up to 50% off DogearedBeautify yourself and the planet with the line’s handcrafted jewelry — engraved with words like fearless and peace — and organic cotton totes. Up to 50% off today on Swirl.