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Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Kid's Gadgets - Best learning tool for your Children

After my first visit to Kid’s Academy website in April this year, I’m frequently visiting their website to experience the interesting mobile apps. When I read through the reviews, I can realize that Children really enjoying these apps while they learn. Though these are the apps downloaded in mobile devices, I would call it as Kid’s gadgets as it is helping them immensely in the learning process.

The Apps have been developed in such a way to enhance and stimulate various skills such as logical thinking, critical thinking, and creativity among Kids. I strongly feel this is the must have apps in our mobile devices and let’s turn it to Kid’s Gadgets. Invite you all to try these Apps and share your comments...

26 comments:

Julia said...

Although my kids are all grown up I agree that kids learn better when they are stimulated with interactive apps.
Hugs,
JB

shivani singh said...

Thanks for the info about Kid's Academy. Will check it out. Have seen the website now but will know all of it only when i register. But thanks for letting us know.

Brian Miller said...

i think there is a misconception about learning..it can be fun...i use some apps in my math class in high school and they eat it up

JoJo said...

I have such mixed feelings about teaching kids by way of electronic devices. It seems like just way too much sensory overload. Call me old fashioned but I'd rather use books and teaching toys over apps.

Creations By Cindy said...

Will pass this information on to my daughters (of my grands) Thanks. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Beth said...

Great information here! Thank you!

Launna said...

My youngest plays an app on my phone, I don't have a lot since I have enough social media to keep me busy :)

Launna said...

My youngest plays one app on my own phone... the only game I have, I think I have enough social media apps :)

Denise said...

My great nephew loves monkeys.

Joy said...

Sounds good for my grandkids:)

Debbie said...

I see this trend and learning and it sounds wonderful!! Learning should be fun!!

Pat Hatt said...

Giving their mind something fun to work at sure helps a ton

Red Rose Alley said...

Kids really relate to animated characters, and this may help them learn. Thanks for sharing. My kids are all grown, but there's always my grandkids when I have them.

I also left you a comment on the green tea, but not sure if you got it, as my computer today is acting up. I LOVE GREEN TEA!

Have a nice weekend.

~Sheri

Theresa Mahoney said...

Living in a technology fueled world, I think apps today are so great at teaching kids new skills!

Betsy Adams said...

I don't have young children anymore --and even my grandchildren are teens... BUT--I do know that there are some unbelievable changes being made to help children learn... Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Stephanie Faris said...

What a great idea. Proof that mobile devices can be used to actually help children learn and grow.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I have no kids near me. And my youngest grandson is now 19...maybe someday great grandkids?!

Thanks, tho, for the interesting post.

donna baker said...

Hope I live long enough to see the generations that benefit from all the technology we never had. I remember when a computer took up an entire engineering department room and when we got out first Texas Instruments hand held device. It was amazing.

Tamago said...

That looks great app! I think learning while having fun is the best way to learn!

Christine said...

Kids nowadays are so lucky!

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Life happens said...

I'll have to go check it out. :)

Sharon Wagner said...

Monkey say, monkey do...

Valerie said...

Hi there.I popped in to thank you for visiting my blog.

I am waaaaaay past the kids stage and these days know nothing of what they want or need or even enjoy. Sad, eh? However, I like your style of blogging so maybe I can start learning.

Roan said...

I'll pass this info off to daughter. Thanks!

Gilligan Maryanne said...

great information, I am sharing with my nieces' for their children.

thank you for stopping by
always a treat for new guests. I am following you and hope you will do the same

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