iPhone is one of the most sought after products at the moment. From kids to adult, the iPhone fever has caught up all across the globe.
Here is a list of a few fun apps which will ensure that you kids do not simply waste the time they are using the Smartphone:
This exciting app lets the kid sing along with the song while seeing the lyrics on the screen, or record or listen to the recorded songs.
2. Park Math
The math app will allow the kids learn mathematics in a fun way.
The educational app is addictive while making your children learn more advanced mathematics, matching and many more.
4. Zoo Train
Puzzle, matching, word recognition and many more, all in one app.
A great app which will help your child develop reading and writing skill.
Counting, matching, color recognition, differences, shapes, puzzles, a box full of fun.
Great app that help the children learn shapes and objects.
A great place to make the kid acquainted with various animal names and their sounds.
A combination of a number of educational activities.
Fun way of learning.
An easy to understand yet quite accurate and powerful, the quiz app presents an amazing insight into human behavior. The app has been wonderfully conceived and presents the human psychology in a innovative way. You can tell why people act and do things in a certain way.
This app is all about diving deep into the human psychology. Bringing in some ancient theories on personalities and clubbing them with some incredible Australian animals, Who’s Who in the Zoo can deliver a harmonious and much more inclusive educational experience.
Reading and understanding human personality is always an exciting experience. Further, this app clubs the traits with some amazing animals making the platform thoroughly intriguing. Who’s Who in the Zoo can be quite of a fun with friends and at the office!
This app is presented in the form of 36 questions targeted to people in different age groups. This platform is easy to understand and lets you know which animal dominates the personality of a human.
Overall, Who’s Who in the Zoo is a well made app and can help spend some quality time.
Reading is certainly a good habit and an important habit which you must inculcate in your kids. To develop their interest in reading, you can start with stories.
Researchers have proved that kids who have spent time with their parents while they were reading, become better at studying and reading. But most of the kids consider books as boring. Thus, a better alternative are animal magazines.
Since magazines include lot of pictures and are easy to read, kids find them interesting, especially the animal magazines. So, give your kid an information oriented magazine with fun facts about animals.
Here are the top 10 animal magazines for your kids:
Touring out is something that both adults and kids love to do. But planning for the right places is very important, as it must not only be the place to visit and entertainment, but also a place to explore something important and could gain your knowledge.
In this aspect there are many places which you can visit taking your child out on holidays.
Here is the top 4 interesting places to visit on holidays:
- You can take your child to Museums that have historic, geographic and other important things to explore.
- Try to take your child to Zoo where you can show them wild animals which we only see on TV.
- Take your child to bird’s sanctuary, where they can see many different birds that are migrating often from countries to countries with seasonal changes.
- Take them to beach nearby or shopping malls.
Mini-U: Zoo Alphabet App is one of the best alphabet learning apps we have seen. The graphics has a old comic book feel to it. The soundtrack is gentle and goes well with the visual effects. In one section, a kid can listen to all alphabets and related animal name. In other section, they can choose an alphabet the given animal name starts with.
The app is around 200MB in size and may take time to download.
The app is focused on English alphabet learning and does it with flair.
Kids always find animals interesting and the graphics make learning an unforgettable experience.
Simple and minimal Settings section makes sure that important settings are just a click away. The app has absolutely no distracting element in it.
Overall Rating: 5.0 – Review by Dinker Charak on June 2013
Cost (iOS): $1.99
Download (iOS): On iTunes
Reviewed Version (iOS): 1.0.2
Reviewed Using (iOS): iPad 2
We review iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod), Facebook, Google Play (Android) apps with Learn + Fun theme for toddlers, preteens, tween and teens (1-15). You can see list of all app we have reviewed here. You can submit your app for review here.