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8 Best Free Educational Apps for Children

8 Best Free Educational Apps for Children

November 21, 2020

Children are constantly in need of something to do. Whether it’s keeping them busy physically or mentally, it’s definitely a challenge that all parents face. Many times, parents tend to veer away from technology in fear that their children will get addicted to devices and the internet. Doing things like playing games or watching mindless videos. It doesn’t have to be like that! Nowadays there are multiple apps that you can download for your children that are educational, yet fun. Your child can be entertained while learning new things. Here are 8 of the best educational apps for your children that are free! 

  1. Duolingo 

Learning a language is a brilliant skill to instil in your child at a young age. Learning new languages helps develop your child’s memory function as well as their creativity. Duolingo is one of the best language learning apps out there. There are varies languages like English, French, Spanish, Mandarin etc. They make language learning easier, fun and engaging! 

  1. Khan Academy 

Another popular app, Khan Academy, is one of the best free educational apps for children. Their mission is to provide free education for curious minds across the world. With video tutorials and progress tracking, this app makes learning fun and simple.

  1. EdX

EdX provides your children with numerous online learning courses that they can tackle. From computer science to business studies. Their app provides more of a higher education learning and the credits your child receives will help them greatly in their future career.

  1. Photomath

Math is a subject that many students struggle with. It’s not always easy with various numbers, problems, and complex solutions to them. This app has a brilliant feature that will benefit many children across the world. Simply take a picture of math problems and this app will teach you how to solve them, step by step. 

  1. Quizlet 

Flashcards have proven to be one of the best ways of retaining knowledge. Quizlet will help stimulate your child’s memory during the learning process. They have millions of readymade flashcards but if you want to, you can create your own deck of flashcards for your child. 

  1. Kahoot 

Quizzes have never been more fun! Your child can simply pick a topic of their choice and tackle the quiz. They can also play with their friends, making everything all the more fun! Learning through quizzes while playing with friends? Your kid will love this app! 

  1. PBS Kids Play and Learn Science 

With this app, your child will dive into the world of science! Children are always curious when it comes to learning about the nature of science, and this app will help them do just that. They can play games that will help them learn about the weather, shadows, how to build things, and so much more. 

  1. Epic 

If your child is fond of reading, then this is the perfect app for them! This app has over 40,000 books from over 250 publishers worldwide. With this app, your child can also track their reading progress and get daily updates. 

Did you like any of the apps we mentioned above? Let us know if you use them and if your child enjoyed any of them!


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