10 apps for kindergarten and elementary school

Here are 10 iOS apps for different fields of early kids education. PLEASE NOTE: before you download applications check their prices. We are not responsible for the price changes of apps  from other developers.

1. TeachMe: Kindergarten ($1.99, iphone/ipad) – is an educational iPhone app which teaches four different age appropriate subjects to Kindergarten aged children: sight words, addition, subtraction and spelling. Parents can select which subjects they want, set different difficulty levels, and even choose specific questions. Parents can review performance history for each subject to check how their child is doing.

2. Goodnight ABC ($1.99, iPad) –  doesn’t just teach letters, letter sounds, and vocabulary, but also provides ample opportunities to learn colors, numbers, the basics of nature and technology and develop such important skills as logic, problem solving, and creativity. Children can ride a hot air balloon, play a musical instrument, create thunder and rain, visit a circus, lounge in an underwater hotel, even grow a potted plant if they like. The possibilities are endless.

3.  Tappie Games ($1.99, iPad) – easy interesting app for the smallest kids of kindergarten and for homeschooling. Child can move through the screen animals, insects everywhere he wants and learn natural sounds that they make; study animals, respectively, to the seasons and their habitats; move a cloud and close the sun to make a day/night.  iPhone version is $0.99.

4. Tappie Colorit ($1.99, iPad) – great educational apps for studying shapes and colors. Child should compare colors and forms, to compare sizes to complete pyramid, to build different subjects with cognitive puzzles, and as a funny bonus, a few tasks for identification the land and sea animals. Excellent education for elementary school. iPhone version is $0.99.

5. Jungle Time($ 0.99) – with its easy to use interface, varying difficulty levels and built-in lessons (24 hr clock, time zones, etc), this learn to tell time app is high on replay value. iPad version includes double clock problems.

6. Park Math ($1.99, iPad) – early math concepts are introduced with the help of cute animated animals with plenty of activities to keep kids interested and entertained.

7. Montessori Crosswords ($ 2.99, iPhone/iPad) – based on the proven Montessori learning method, Montessori Crosswords helps kids develop their reading, writing, and spelling skills by building words from a set of 320 word-image-audio-phonics combinations using a phonics-enabled movable alphabet.

8. Seasons and Weather($ 0.99, iPhone/iPad) – kids learn about the weather and seasons in this interactive and preschool friendly game which was designed to get your child ready for school while having fun.

9. Word Wagon($ 1.99, iPhone) – with over 100 words in 7 categories: animals, food, vehicles, numbers and colors, around the house, Mozzarella and Coco’s Favorites, all words. Kids learn spelling, letter recognition and phonics by progressing through 4 difficulty levels.

10. Stories Collection I ($2.99, iPad) – and, of course, interesting stories for children. Stories teach children to be wise and good, make good decisions in different situations, raising moral values. This collection of stories includes versions in English and in Chinese within the app. Children can tap on the picture for extra sound effects. (Free version includes only one story).

One Response to “10 apps for kindergarten and elementary school”
  1. I hadn’t seen the Jungle Time App, but I’m a big fan of the Jungle Coins App by the same publisher, particularly as it has currency for Australia and other countries, so I’m keen to check it out. Thanks for the list.

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