Last updated July 11th, 2018 at 01:05 am
Touchscreen devices have become popular among families. Parents now share their touchscreen gadgets with their children, who play games and use educational apps designed for them. The survey indicates that kids apps have become an integral part of families.
Seeing the demand for apps for kids, developers are making games and storybooks. These apps are helping kids learn new skills and absorb information. There are dozens of apps for drawing and sharing digital pictures. kids can make music and record their voices.
Developers have made thousands of apps for kids. These apps are available for a wide variety of operating systems like Android and iPhone. Some of these apps are free, and some apps require paid subscription. Here are some of the best apps for children
This app will help your baby learn popular nursery rhymes. The application has been designed in such a way that your child will start singing rhymes with adorable animated characters. It teaches Baby Sign Language too.
You can download the app from the App Store and Google Play. The free version of the application comes with only one nursery rhyme “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”. Parents can buy additional nine rhymes. Baby Sign and Sing has been divided into three sections:
- Play Songs
- Explore Signs
- Tutorials for Adults
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This app teaches children to recognize colors. It is recommended for parents who have decided to send their children to school. We all know how children make a fuss when they start pre-school or kindergarten. The application will help you prepare children to attend school. It will also help your children memorize things and recognize colors. It will also improve the auditory skills of your kids by singing and reading along with Lisa Loeb.
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Parents who want to teach their children counting should use this application. USA Today has praised this app and said that the developers have cleverly used technology to teach children counting. For example, the iPad screen will display two if a child places two fingers on the screen. The screen will show four if he puts four fingers on the screen. The app comes with games that teach children simple addition and subtraction. Kids can get the answers by placing fingers on the screen.
Hairy Letters is an award-winning application. It teaches your children to learn the names and sounds of each letter. The developers have used animated characters to teach alphabets. The child traces the characters with their fingers and the animated characters teach their sounds. It comes with games that teach children to blend characters into words.
The app is for children between 4-6 years. You can use this application on iPads and iPhones.
Intro to Math, by Montessorium is a good application to teach math to early learners. It has been designed to teach children to recognize numbers, sequencing, and quantity. It also helps children learn about odd and even numbers. It is an ideal application for building foundational understanding of the number system.
6. Eli Explorer
Eli Explorer is an application to teach young children new words and phrases. The developers have created an appealing interactive environment with background music, sound effects, words, and phrases. The application will help you improve your vocabulary through advanced and interesting methods. Interactive images are appealing and will entice children to explore. The application uses the tap-and-drag method to teach words and phrases. It teaches 100 new words and is available in 10 languages.
The app has been designed in such a way that it encourages children to explore things and learn. Its environment is very user-friendly, so children will quickly learn to use the app.
Quick Math Jr. is a powerful application for parents who want to teach basic math skills to their children. The app has been designed in such a way that it helps children recognize numbers and basic addition and subtraction. It uses a series of fun activities to teach these things. Different levels are available that increase children’s basic math skills.
The application comes with nine math games. It allows you to create multiple profiles and help users track their progress. This application is better than its competitors because it teaches a range of math skills in different ways.
It comes with a report card feature. Teachers can use this feature to track a student’s report to know how much progress they have made. It will enable them to make recommendations.
8. Save Your Planet Kids
Save Your Planet Kids is a simple application that teaches children the value of the planet. It helps young minds preserve nature by teaching them how to protect the environment and conserve energy and water. The app takes children through interactive activities to impart these important lessons so that they can contribute to saving the planet. It features a tool for coloring pages and we all know children love to color.
The developers have used 3D images, appealing illustrations, and sound effects. This application does not have any age limits. It has been recommended for children belonging to any age group and is simple and user-friendly.
Middle School Vocabulary Prep is an impressive application to teach definitions to children. It also shows children parts of speech and much more. Quizzes and randomized tests have been provided to improve skills and grasp words. It teaches 300 words. It defines them and uses simple flash cards to teach them.
10. Mad Libs
Mad Libs is a brilliant app for people of all ages who want to learn parts of speech. It is, of course, perfect for children to improve their grammar. Designers have created this user-friendly app to teach skills and develop vocabulary. It uses 21 stories to teach boring subjects like parts of speech. It prompts a user to fill in the blanks and provide adjectives, nouns, verbs, and adverbs. A player also gets hints during the game.