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8 Apps to Help Unleash Your Child’s Creativity

8 Apps to Help Unleash Your Child’s Creativity

January 20, 2021

Creativity is that spark that every child needs in their lives. A creative child is a happy child! The ability to look at things from a different perspective, letting their imagination flow free, to create beautiful things. It is always important to nurture this in children as it dramatically helps their emotional wellbeing. 

We have a collection of 8 apps that can enhance your child’s creative streak! Take a look.

  1. Create A Car 

Is your child obsessed with motor vehicles? Do they enjoy playing with toy cars? Well, this is an app that they will go crazy over! They get to not only design their car but create and drive it as well. The perfect game where they can let their imagination run free. 

  1. My First Classical Music App 

If your kid leans more towards the musical side of things, then this is an app you can’t miss out! It teaches children all about the various musical instruments, genres, and composers. For a fun little twist, there are fun dancing and singing animals thrown into the mix! That will surely capture your child’s attention. 

  1. Sago Mini Big City 

This app will put your child in a virtual city full of surprises around every corner. They can explore city life by visiting museums, riding on a fire truck, or make a quick stop at the post office! It comes equipped with interactive characters and animated surprises. 

  1. Stop, Breathe & Think Kids 

Mindfulness is so important when it comes to, well, anything and everything! Teaching a child early on how to be mindful is one of the best gifts you can equip your child with. It sets them up for success when it comes to dealing with life’s hurdles. Your child will learn calming breathing techniques and enjoy various games and activities that help them with mindfulness. 

  1. Khan Academy 

We had to mention the ever-famous Khan Academy! Though it may be a learning platform, the way it delivers its content is highly creative and can help your child learn subjects in fun and interactive way, from things like phonics, maths, and storytelling. They will learn how to problem solve in a fun environment! 

  1. Art Class With Dr Panda 

A cute animated panda and his various animal friends come together for a fun art session! Your child can have their very own art class where everything is virtual. From the art supplies to the paper, they can create their projects on the screen. 

  1. The Daily Monster Maker 

Some kids just love to draw all sorts of fun characters! In this creative app, your child can create their very own monster. It features an extensive library of ‘monster parts’ that your child can mix and match together to create their monster. They can also customise their creation by drawing things on their own! 

  1. The Cat in the Hat Builds That 

Dr Seuss is back in this incredible STEM-centric app! If your child leans towards building things, it can help them master the art and science of creators and engineers! They can develop their organisational skills and learn the basics of physics all in one go! 

Did you enjoy our blog? Is there a particular subject you would like to learn more about? Let us know in the comments below! 


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