I know every parent out there is always concerned about the screen time there kids are exposed to, same is the case with me. I’m always figuring out new methods to teach my kids in a fun way, like solving puzzles, learning ABC and teaching my 3 year old son how to write his own name. Instead of letting your kids waste their time in front of a television or playing with some silly toys, there are a lot of apps out there that can help them learn things while they play and have fun, the best ones out of them are discussed below.
This is an amazing app which offers a variety of games, songs, puzzles and other playful and learning activities that my son loves. There are a lot of theme packs offered by this app which included fruits, vegetables, cars, animals and insects and a lot of other things. There are a lot of activities included in every different theme pack which doesn’t let my kid get bored as there is always an activity that he haven’t tried before. For a $45.99, there are so many games, sing along songs and puzzles offered by this app that you wouldn’t have to worry about you kid getting done with an app. You can also buy one theme pack at a time for $1.99 if you don’t want to purchase an yearly subscription.
Like other quality products offered by PBS, this app is an incredible one too. There are a lot of engaging and learning, fun activities in this app like, there’s a game called “At the zoo” in which the kid has to get 6 bananas to a monkey which turns out to be a learning process. There’s another app called “at a restaurant” in which you have to feed a gorilla the food which start with the initial letter of its name which helps the kid learn how to spell different foods. This app is best suitable for kids between the ages of 3 and 6, and can be purchased for a reasonable price of $2.99.
Fish School HD
This is a simple app but very interesting and engaging, and teaches the kids how to spell alphabets and numbers in a Fish School. Alphabet songs play in the background while fishes unite in a pattern to make an alphabet. The Fish School HD costs $2.99 and I suitable for kids between the ages of 1 and 3 years old.
Zap Zap Math
A lot of parents have to nag about practicing math and learning the basic skills associated with the subject while dealing with their school going kids. This app is just the thing you are looking for. Zap Zap math offers a large variety of fun and interactive games that helps your kids to learn basic math skills while playing. Another brilliant feature that this app has to offer is that parents and teachers can also sign up for an account on the app’s website to keep an eye kid’s progress and learning. This app is not only free but also targets the kids between the ages of 1 and 6 years old.