I polled you in my Instagram stories a few days ago about the best apps for kids and here is the list! We are preparing the kids’ fire tablets for the trip and I am excited for them to use some of these! Have fun!
Best Apps For Kids | August 2019
Homer | is an early learning program for ages 2-8 that is personalized to your child’s interests to help them fall in love with reading.
ABC Mouse | is the award-winning learning program that covers reading, math, art, music, and more for kids ages 2 to 8. Created by teachers and education experts, it has 10,000+ exciting Learning Activities for children at all academic levels
Epic |is the world’s leading online children’s subscription book service offering immediate, on-demand access to over 35,000 high-quality illustrated books and chapter books for children ages 12 and under.
Endless Alphabet |Kids will have a blast learning their ABC’s and building vocabulary with the adorable monsters.
Endless Numbers |Kids will adore learning number recognition, sequences, and quantity with the adorable Endless monsters
Osmo | is using the screen to create a new healthy, hands-on learning experience that promotes creativity, problem solving and social interaction.
PBS Kids |The app provides a safe, child-friendly viewing experience for all ages. Kids can easily browse and watch videos at home, on the road, or anywhere with a 3G or WiFi connection. New full episodes come out every Friday from your favorite PBS KIDS shows.
Starfall ABC |Starfall has free apps available for Android and iOS devices. There are also a collection of paid apps available that complement the Learn to Read, ABCs, and Numbers areas of the website content.Starfall.com is a rich resource for parents and teachers of children. It can add depth to any early childhood curriculum.
Sago Mini |is an award-winning company devoted to play. We make apps and toys for preschoolers worldwide.
Endless Reader |Word puzzles reinforce spelling using lower-case letters and the sentence puzzles teach definition and usage (in addition to sight recognition)
Prodigy |Math is a web-based (not app-based) math program aligned to the Common Core State Standards for Grades 1-8. Prodigy has content from all major topics and will seamlessly cover Grades 1 – 8 to help ensure your students are ready for standardized testing.
Peak a boo Barn | Great for the younger kids. It has been a top 20 educational game on the iTunes store nearly every day since its launch, and has been featured by Apple often.
Teach Your Monster To Read |is an award-winning phonics and reading game that’s helped millions of children learn to read. Kids love making their monster and teaching it read. … Covers the first two years of learning to read, from matching letters and sounds to enjoying little books.
Disney | So many options for Disney Apps!
Noggin | Noggin is brought to you by the experts at Nick Jr. with 30+ years of experience creating playful learning for preschoolers. When you subscribe to Noggin you’ll get access to an ever-expanding library of educational games and activities for kids ages 2+ developed by curriculum specialists.