Gadgets have now become necessary tools for one's learning, given that we're living in the so-called Digital Age where access to the limitless information of the internet, will give anyone a notable advantage to learning.
And while we're all currently at home during this community quarantine, it is the best time to prepare the little ones for schooling, of course, with the help of technology. So if you're looking for fun and engaging ways to teach your toddler or preschool kids using just your phones or tablets, we've rounded up some helpful apps for you to check out!
A cute alphabet game that will take your kid to an exciting hide-and-seek adventure with Beck and Bo. "Jump and jiggle on the jelly to find the J", "Make the magnet meet the M", "Fill the four flowerpots with flowing water to find the F", and more fun interactive challenges will surely get your kids learning while being entertained.
Teach your kids how to count and write numbers with the help of some cute animal friends– Dog, Cat, Lion, Monkey and more! It also helps with your kid's sense of accomplishment using a reward system of adorable stickers!
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An adventure game that will get your kids started with art and drawing, Artie's Magic Pencil follows Artie who needs to rebuild his world using a magic pencil after a monster got loose destroying everything on its path.
Mister Maker: Let’s Make It!
Another art app for the kids, Mister Maker is a based on the British CBeebies TV show Mister Maker’s Arty Party! Just let the young ones' imagination run wild with this wacky app where they can color and draw all they like without the mess!
Kindergo is an immersive storytelling app that has colorful and charming 3D visuals that the young learners will surely love. The app offers a 30-day free trial, and if you liked it, you can get their monthly subscription for access to their large pool of children's books.
If your kids love watching Peppa Pig, then this is a recommended app for you! It is filled with games, videos and activities for the young ones that feature their favorite characters from the show. The app already contains a lot of free content, but you can always avail their monthly subscription for more.
Khan Academy is a completely free app– no in-app purchases or subscriptions– that would give your kids a boost on Reading, Language, Math, and Logic with its games and books presented with child-friendly visuals!
You can also check out our other lists of educational websites and apps for your older kids and even for yourselves! Read our rundown of 15 Educational Websites to Keep Your Kids Learning at Home or our roundup of 10 Free Websites Where You Can Learn Something New While On Quarantine.