Best Summer Learning Apps for Kids
May 29, 2012
© Melissa Taylor
Technology entices most kids, right? If you have a phone or a tablet, engage your kids with a learning app. Playing an educational game is a great way to reinforce concepts over the summer. Here are some of my favorite apps . . .
BrainPOP Featured Movie – BrainPOP®
Free learning videos for kids.
From the popular workbook series, for grades 1 - 5 with 28 levels and 600 questions. Free.
Toddler Counting & Alphabets Dinosaurs
Letter and number puzzles and games in the age of the dinosaurs. Free.
Make up your own stories, which you can narrate yourself.
Stack the States
Learn about each state as you race against the clock.
Word Wall HD
A game for beginning readers.
Sight Word Bingo
Sight word bingo.
Bob Books #1
Beginning reader interactive books.
Goofy Mad Libs
A cool game of problem solving, spelling, and creative thinking.
Strategy game for one player.
Math facts game.
Math Girl Addition House
Math games for 4-6 year olds.
Play this ball game and you'll be learning the principals of physics.
To see more of my recommendations, read my iPad posts on Imagination Soup .
Which ones are your kids' favorites?
Melissa Taylor is a freelance writer, an award-winning educational blogger at ImaginationSoup, an award-winning teacher with a M.A. in Education, and a mom of two children, ages 6 and 9. Follow Taylor on Twitter or find her on Facebook.
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