Kid’s Academy Preschool Apps Review #MomBuzz #FreeKidsApps

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Great FREE Educational Apps for Your Pre-Schooler from Kid’s Academy

You know that I’m always searching for fun and educational apps for my boys. Especially for my 3 yr old since he’s the one that’s at home. f you haven’t heard about Kids Academy, let me tell you a little about it! Kid’s Academy is all about helping children learn verbal, writing and math skills in an easy and fun manner. 

Kids Academy Apps such as 123 Tracing and Bingo ABC have been top-50 educational apps in the App Store, and Kid’s Academy has also brought the well-known stories and nursery rhymes The Three Little Pigs and Five Little Monkeys to life with interactive apps. 

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Bingo ABCs alphabet phonics song with farm animals cards for toddler FREE.

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Matias absolutely loves the Bingo ABCs alphabet phonics song, and I love that it helps him learn his alphabet in a fun new way! I think our favorite is the karaoke mode, it’s a blast.

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This app is perfect for kids ages 5 and under. The Bingo Song takes kids through two verses of the song with cute animations and clickable features. While the little girl sings the Bingo Song and spells it out with letters, you can click the dog, farmer, birds flying across the sky, and other objects. It’s a really great app!

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ABCs alphabet phonics & Montessori learn to read app for toddler FREE.

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I haven’t found a good Montessori app that Matias stays interested in, so seeing how much he enjoyed this one was huge for me. One of the best benefits of this app I think is that it encourages kids as they go along. We all know how important that is in the learning process.

 

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Matias can learn to trace letters, write letters without tracing, and so much more! This app has a total of seven games, three of which are available in the free mode. Easy Mazes is a series of mazes through which you lead a dog to an object. Rhyming Words is another maze game, but you must lead the dog to the object that rhymes. Uppercase Letters is similar to the third game in the first app and goes through the alphabet identifying objects starting with that letter, then has the kids trace the letters.

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Preschool and Kindergarten learning kids games for toddler FREE.

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The Preschool and Kindergarten Learning App helps Matias develop his fine motor skills and teaches him alphabet recognition. Alphabet recognition is crucial when learning how to read. I love that this game features fun and cute characters maintain his attention.

 

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 This app promotes learning with interactive flashcards that allow children to learn letters and letter sounds. This app has a total of eight games, three of which are available in the free mode. The first teaches numbers and has kids trace the number to collect fireflies in a jar. It’s a great way to teach them the shapes of numbers in preparation for writing. The second game teaches the alphabet in an animated and entertaining way. The third game goes through the alphabet and identifies objects starting with that letter, then has the kids trace the letters.

The simple interfaces of the apps allow children to take the reins and play on their own, but the sing-a-longs and other activities are perfect for parent or teacher engagement, as well. They’re also lots of fun, I enjoy using them with my little one as much as he does.  Research has shown that singing along with nursery rhymes has cognitive and physical benefits for children. Not only are children learning new words and the context in which to use them, but strengthening tongue and mouth muscles at an early age will help with pronunciation skills.

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I really hope you check out these great apps for your little ones. Here are the links to download them again:

If you do check them out, let me know what you think of Kid’s Academy Educational apps!

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