Welcome to another Free App Friday! This week we’ve found some great free apps from the company Step By Step. Step By Step produces apps for children that allow for the different stages of learning development kids go through rapidly between the ages of 1 and 5. The will practice visual perception, cognitive and language skills as they play these apps. They also learn many other skills such as categorization, fine motor skills, colors, memory, plus a lot more. Step By Step provides safe apps that are free of ads or purchases so your kids can focus on learning. They have also added features to help children with special needs. Check out these apps that are free for a limited time.
Place in Groups is an educational app for kids 2 and up. It allows them to practice grouping related objects together. The difficulty will increase as they play. Playing with this app will give your child practice with their cognitive, visual perception, and language skills. Colorful animations and no popups make this app safe and fun for your little one.
In Create a Series, your child will learn to finish sequences. This simple-to-use app is designed for ages 3 and up. It is designed to help your child practice their visual perception skills and math concepts while the determine how to arrange objects in sequences. Difficulty will increases they go.
Sort By Kind is an app that allows kids to sort visually related items. This app is simple to use and understand for ages 2 and up. Fun, colorful animations will keep kids entertained as they are practicing their visual perception, conginative, and language skills. No apps or additional purchases make this a great app for you kids.
Same Same is a simple to use app where kids practice matching identical items. Children ages 1.5 and up will have fun matching identical objects while looking at the fun animations that come along with this app. Bonus actives include a matching game, a coloring book, and stickers.
Stack Up is an app designed for children ages 2.5 and up. The will build objects up or stack them according to their width. This is a great way for them to practice visual discrimination and beginner math concepts. This app is free of advertisements and purchases allowing a safe learning environment for your child.