5 Best Educational Apps for Children
There are thousands of apps out there but finding suitable ones for your children can sometimes be a tricky task. Are you trying to get the right balance between fun and educational? Look no further as we’ve listed 5 of the best educational apps for children.
Best Educational Apps For Children:
1. Dr. Seuss’s ABC – Read & Learn (By Oceanhouse Media) £1.99
- Your child can tap the pictures to find playful surprises
- Practice their consonant sorting and acknowledge uppercase and lowercase
- Read along with highlighting narration
- Explore new vocabulary
2. Endless Alphabet (By Originator Inc.) £8.99
This is an exciting way for children to learn their ABCs and develop their vocabulary with the loveable monsters in this app. Each word presents a puzzle game with talking letters and an animation showing the definition.
- 100 words to learn
- Delightful animations teach children the definitions of the words in a fun and engaging way
- Word game teaches children letters
- Designed with children in mind – there are no high scores, failures, limits or stress, allowing children to interact with the app at their own pace.
3. Little Writer (By Innovative Mobile Apps) £0.99
Little Writer is the perfect way to introduce your little one to writing. It makes letter tracing fun.
- The app is easy to navigate, has great graphics and delightful sounds
- Customisable – record your own language or add your own words
- You can add photos and names of family and friends to write
- The app comes preloaded with words
- Children like hearing everything in mum or dad’s voice – it adds a personal touch
They’ll be able to explore and practice writing:
- Uppercase and lowercase letters
- Numbers 1 to 10
- 20 shapes consisting of lines, circles, rectangles and more
- Ability to add your own words and pictures
4. Pizza Fractions 1 (By Brian West) Free
Pizza Fractions helps make learning about fractions enjoyable. Watch your child master simple fractions using pizza slices to distinguish the different fractions.
- The app displays randomly generated fractions to identify by counting slices of pizza.
- Adapt the level of difficulty accordingly allowing beginners to start with easier fractions and advance when they’re ready.
- The cartoon chef adds appeal to the learning process
5. Math Bingo (By ABCya.com) £2.99
Math Bingo is a fun way to get your child engaged with mathematics.
The aim of the game is to get five Bingo Bugs in a row by answering math equations correctly.
- Your child can choose from 3 difficulty levels and 5 Bingo games: adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and mixed
- 12 cartoon avatars
- Scoreboard to keep track of scores for each game and see progress