Monday, 28 April 2014

Mobile Apps – Let your Kids learn on the GO...

Few weeks’ back I have written a post on “Why my Kids hate school and become adamant”, its talk about challenges we face as a parent while bringing up our Children. In continuance of this when I browse through internet pages to understand the role of technology in Kid’s education, I have come across a wonderful site which deals with Mobile Apps to facilitate Kids’ learning.
I have spent good amount of time in this website and really fascinated on the Apps they developed to help Children to learn. For Kids, learning will be a pleasure if we teach them through pictures, stories written in simple language. This is been a proven method for decades. As technology developed, animation gets added in pictures and story-telling becomes a visual instead of theory. This helps Kids to stimulate their thought process, tweak imagination power to bring innovative ideas. If we properly guide their ideas it might become a science.

Kid’s Academy has developed Mobile Apps based on interesting stories and games. All these apps are easy to use, impressive and attractive, highly educational, makes Kids to think, and helps Children learn by doing. The interactive apps help the Kids for active engagement in the learning process. These Apps are approved by trusted Children’s media expert like “theguardian”, it can be downloaded from App Store and Android Market.

What’s more, go ahead and download these apps, let your Kids learn on the GO...

23 comments:

Beth said...

Those are really great apps for kids! Thanks for sharing.

Lois said...

I will have to check it out. I am the weekday caregiver for my almost 2 year old grandson so he would probably do well with some of these apps! Thanks for visiting and following my blog.

Lexa Cain said...

Fun mobile apps, and thanks for visiting my blog. I tried to join your GFC and discovered I'm already following you. ;)

Olga Hebert said...

I am past this stage, but I will pass the info along.

Linda said...

I think it's great that there are things like this to help children learn!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I can get behind any app that encourages learning. This one sounds entertaining for little kids!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

If they're like MY kids [in their 40s] it'd have to be grand kids for me...wait...that won't do either...they're in their 20s

Endah Murniyati said...

I love this post. Maybe the apps will help my son. Thanks for sharing!

Inger said...

Amazing how much is available now, compared to when I grew up in the 1940s.

Denise said...

Sounds awesome.

Leigh said...

Well, that looks pretty neat. Too bad my kids are all grown up. :)

Pat Hatt said...

Should help them learn indeed at their feed

Sarah said...

What a great way for children to learn and have fun. Thank you for sharing. Will call again. Have a good week.

Farm Girl said...

Thank you for letting me know I had not followed you. I have now, I thought I had. You always have the most interesting posts.

The Queen of Brussels Sprouts said...

We do mobile school all the time!

Gail Dixon said...

I wish we'd had these learning tools when I was raising my kids. So many cool options for learning now.

I have your blog in my Feedly roll already. Is there another way to follow?

Christine said...

great idea these educational apps for kids!

Linda Reeder said...

Hi! I checked in. My grandkids are 9 and 11 and I have trouble getting them off their screens. The app I need is one that is unplugged.

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

My grandchildren love playing with their parents phones and tablets they are all in the know unlike me

Roan said...

Sadly all of my grands are beyond these games, but they do look like great apps.

Christine Rains said...

Awesome apps! I need to download more to my Nook, since that's what my son uses. He also plays ABC Mouse online which he really loves.

Kay said...

The new technology there is available for kids now just astound me.

Thank you so much for your kind visit and comment to my blog.

lina@womens perspectives said...

Yep, great and suitable for kids.

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