Monday, 22 December 2014

Kids Academy Apps to Help Your Children Learn Through Play!

Here are some apps for your children, that I haved shared before, but which have been updated and are ready to help in the process of fun learning with Kids Academy Apps! This is a sponsored post, but opinions are my own and yours may differ! Thank you!

Kid's Academy Apps!


This app contains classic versions of several children's stories...

The readers of the story tries to make the books fun by making voices for the characters! I also like that they use the original wordings-even if the words are big words that a preschooler normally wouldn't use, making it a great tool for vocabulary building!

My daughter loves books and this is a great app for her if I am too busy to read to her myself!

Get Preschool & Kindergarten Books, Songs & Early Reading Games App on iTunes


The free version of this app includes 3 games-mazes, rhyming words and upper case. The mazes are easy to follow and the animation of he dog walking is great!After the maze is complete, there is a fun animation to reward the child.

In the rhyming words, a child may need a bit of help determining what some of the words are - such as when they show a pictue of a trophy and expect the child to know that it is a "cup" and they want it to be rhymed with "pup" and have a photo that children would label as "dog". Otherwise it is a great game!

Lastly, there is three uppercase letters a child can learn to write. This part of the app is more straight and to the point. There aren't any frills to reward the child or make it entertaining. However it is still a great portable tool for practicing letters on the go!

Get Alphabet Tracing & Montessori App on iTunes

Android users can also find Kids Academy on Google Play!

Also be sure to visit Kids Academy on social media!

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This post was created in partnership with Mom Buzz Media and Kids Academy. All opinions expressed are my own.


Karen Jaras said...

My grandkids love their tablet time so I bookmarked these apps.

Go Bronson! said...

They really are useful! Let me know what you think :)