Best Android Learning Apps For Kids (Part -1)

Best Android Learning Apps For Kids (Part -1)

Education has gone through a complete transformation in the last few decades.

Although institution-based settings still exist, more and more stress is now given on at-home learning, or to be more specific, we should say learning through the internet.

And now with the massive popularity of mobile devices, learning has even gone mobile. You can learn anything whenever you want, wherever you are, provided you have a working mobile and a steady internet connection.

It is for those precise reasons we have come up with this comprehensive list of our own. In here, we have compiled a list of six Android apps tailor-made for primary and middle-school learning. Take a closer look at them to find out whether they can come in useful for your purpose or not.

1. Amazon Kindle

The Amazon Kindle app is as stable of an eReader as you can get on your mobile device. It also comes with a ton of kid-friendly books in the public domain that you can download for free.

Perfect for a budding reader, we would advise you to give it a try at the very least. As a learning app, it undoubtedly ranks high with the best of the best of the lot.

2. Cram.com flashcard

This is a study app that lets users create flashcards about any subject of their choice.

Some of the key features of this app are:

  • Easy accessibility.

  • Can synchronize perfectly with your Cram.com account (if any).

  • Grants complete access to more than 75,000,000 flashcards on Cram.com.

  • Has online and offline functionality.

  • Supports two modes: Memorize and card mode.

  • Users can create their own flashcards or even edit previously made versions as per individual requirements.

The free version of this application provides users with two separate folders. Each of them can have a total of 100 flashcards in all.

The premium version, on the other hand, allows you to create as many folders you want with no limits on the number of flashcards. The only downside is the fact that it is fairly expensive to go premium. But is it really worth the money? We reckon it is.

3. ClassDojo

The ClassDojo app provides a complete virtual learning experience right at your fingertips.

Through this app, parents, tutors, and teachers can all interact with one another keeping all conversations under a single roof.

ClassDojo helps educators and teachers build a positive classroom culture through means of encouragements and proper parent-teacher communication. This app is available for free on the Google Play store for Android mobile devices.

4. Duolingo

This is one of the best learning apps for kids especially when it comes to learning a brand new language.

The app supports a variety of language including the likes of:

  • French,

  • Spanish,

  • Italian,

  • German,

  • Danish, and even

  • English.

It is free, fun, and is undoubtedly effective at one, and the same time. So what are you still waiting for? Download it NOW!

5. Google Classroom

Google Classroom provides a virtual classroom learning experience to the users and helps in keeping the teachers, parents, and students on the very same page.

Students can interact with one another, upload relevant documents and files, submit their assignments, and do much more on this single application. It also allows teachers to bring parents into the frame so they can keep a tab on their child’s progress.

Other key features of this app are:

  • Easy set-up.

  • Complete organization.

  • Simple and quick workflow.

  • Easy communication.

  • Safe and sound.

This wonderful app is available for free and can be downloaded easily from the Google Play store.

P.S. The Google Classroom app is seemingly unbeatable in terms of its intuitive and user-friendly interface. So give it a try if you really are enthusiastic enough.

6. Pocket Code

This app’s perfect for introducing coding to middle school-students having no prior idea of the subject matter.

Pocket Code allows users to create, edit, execute and share their programs in a 100% intuitive visual programming environment. This wonderful app can be downloaded for free from the Google Play store.


 

So that more or less sums up the list for now. We will try our best to expand it in the subsequent days but till then, goodbye!

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