At Doodle Academy we constantly engage our children’s brains by incorporating top educational apps during many lessons.
Over the last couple of decades, the education industry has undergone a huge transformation. With the arrival of apps, learning has become easily accessible, which makes it much more interesting for students of all ages. Educational apps now bridge the communication gap between not only parents and teachers, but also kids and teachers. Childhood is important for learning. And because children become smarter and smarter, there is great need to introduce different, advanced learning means and methods.
Here are some of the top Apps that we have highly recommend:
Khan Academy Kids is a huge database of activities that address learning themes from Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework and Common Core standards. Content includes activities in math, ELA, executive function, socio-emotional learning, and creative expression.
Moose Math (Duck, Duck, Moose, 2013; iOS and Android) opens onto a brightly colored city featuring three shops: Moose Juice, Puck’s Pets, and Lost and Found. Each shop offers its own game(s), each with six levels.
When you are looking a simple way to make your kid learn a foreign language, Duolingo comes as one of the best options. This app offers learners a variety of languages including Spanish, Dutch, Danish, French, German, Italian, Irish, and even English.
ClassDojo is an interesting learning app for kids in the category ‘virtual classroom learning apps’. This app allows parents, students, and teachers to interact with each other. For instance, students can communicate with their teachers regarding their educational needs, and parents can stay up to date with their children’s progress;