Learning a new language isn’t always easy, but with these apps we hope it is slightly less intimidating. To help teach your kids a foreign language, explore the best language apps on your favorite device.
Dic-Dic is a nice introduction to basic words in several languages. It will help students learn to spell and read over a hundred different words in their native language, then can introduce them to several other languages.
Pack your suitcase, hop on a plane and learn some French, Lately Lily: Paris for a Day is an outstanding way to do all of those things and more and the app is much more reasonably priced than a plane ticket.
Avaz for Autism is the most flexible and functional assisted communication software I have seen for the Ipad. It’s an outstanding tool and will open doors for countless individuals who need assisted communication.
This beautifully illustrated app takes you on an exciting adventure – the Critter’s family road trip! You’ll run into problems along the way, so you’ll need your thinking cap on to make sure you get to your vacation destination.
If you’ve been looking for an app that can double as an immersive French language lesson for tots, the new Montessori Letter Sounds HD in French app from Les Trois Elles Interactive might be just what your family is looking for.
Licking letters is a fun way for kids learning to spell in this game-style app with plenty of incentives to keep playing and spelling. There are many spelling apps available, but if your child isn’t interested in more educational apps, this game styled app could do the trick. With arcade-style graphics, music and games – …
This app is a “best app for kids” because is sets the gold standard for ebooks. Don’t let the price tag put you off ($7.99 HD / $3.99 for iPhone / iPod) this ebook is an easy 5/5 stars. Download it now!
The iWriteWords iPhone / iPad app helps kids learn and write the alphabet, numbers and words. The lite version is definitely worth checking out first – and may even be fine for your needs. Since I used it so much, I decided to opt for the paid version which is currently $2.99.
In additional to the beautifully illustrated ebook for the iPad, you also have the option of having the ebook read to you in either English, Chinese, or in your own recorded voice. Most of the charm from this iPad app is the stories themseles, although there is also a spot the difference game in the iPad app too.