We all want to make sure our children don’t get too much screen time on mobile devices, but at the same time, there can be a lot of value to certain education apps and online programs for kids. As a parent, you want to make sure you’re letting your kids use tablets and smartphones in …
PepeLine is a fun tile-slide puzzle that offers hundreds of individual puzzles with a range of difficulty and special effects. There are hints available (for purchase or in exchange for watching advertisements), so players don’t have to give up when they get stuck on a particular level.
Sofus and the Moonmachine is an adventurous storybook app that takes readers through a magnificent and interactive journey through space. Fun to read and highly interactive, this app is great for children of all ages.
Crazy Math Adventure is an engaging, educational app that allows children to practice their year 1 and year 2 math skills with an exciting game like platform. Full of adventure and tons of fun this app is great for children of all ages.
Moonlight Hide & Seek is an interesting storybook app with a mathematical twist. With great illustrations, a fun story, and a bit of subtraction practice too, this app is one that will keep little ones engaged while they learn.
Sago Mini Babies is an interactive free play app that allows little ones to play, care for, and interact with four different baby animals. Great for families and children who may soon be a big brother or sister.
Astro Nora: Addition & Subtraction Maths for 4-7 Year Olds is a fun and simple app that provides practice on addition and subtraction from basic combinations through problems with three digits and regrouping. Children are likely to enjoy the app’s theme and reward system for a bit, but may tire of it quickly.
Pock & Palam makes a gentle and simplified introduction to many types of standard arcade and game system games, and will help young children feel like they are “part of the action” as they play a game that just may entertain older children as well.
Box Drop Math Addition Game provides addition facts in order of increasing difficulty and encourages players to build speed at basic addition combinations. A simple but fun arcade game challenges them to stack falling boxes to earn extra points.
Straight from the App Store – here are October’s “Best New Kids Apps”. The App Store isn’t always right in its recommendations, but it’s always a good place to start when looking for a new app. Some apps may be rated age 9+. Enjoy! Fun & Game Apps for Kids Read our review. Read our …
The Pronoun Party is a bare-bones, repetitive source of practice sentences with pronouns and gender words that will help young children practice understanding these words in spoken sentences and responding to them appropriately.
Straight from the App Store – here are September’s “Best New Kids Apps”. The App Store isn’t always right in its recommendations, but it’s always a good place to start when looking for a new app. Some apps may be rated age 9+. Enjoy! Fun & Game Apps for Kids Book Apps for Kids Educational …
EDNA is a practical and easy-to-use mind mapping system that is perfect for middle and high school students who need to organize essays, reports, and other longer pieces of writing because it easily converts graphic idea webs into traditional outlines that make writing a breeze.
Thanks to the advances in technology educators and parents have more options available to them to make learning history fun. Apps can be a great tool to present material in an interactive and entertaining way. The apps included in our recommendations are not only educational, but also entertaining. Some apps may be rated age 9+.
In high school, students are getting down to business, and they need apps that will support their learning. Bells and whistles of entertaining educational games often (but not always!) give way to practicality as kids focus on the job at hand. Our selection of recommended apps will help students review important concepts in core subjects, …