Wednesday, July 8, 2020

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These Apps Will Help You Learn Online

Gone is the time when just classrooms used to be the learning space for kids. In this digitized world, learning has straightforwardly come down to your smartphones. The technology has come up with numerous learning apps for your little ones, whether it’s subject-specific or the general one. Kids are more inclined towards mobile phones for learning these days. So, we have compiled a list of best learning apps for your kids.

Brainly- The Homework App
Released in 2015, Brainly is the world’s largest social learning community. Yes, you read that right, it is a digital community and you can socialize with people. This app offers a nice concept and is easy to use. Just search for the question(s) you have a doubt on or post it, you’ll get the answers from the other users. You can even earn coins and gain rank by sharing your knowledge. This 24*7 free help is available for the high-school students as well.

Learning international language has already become a necessity for a better career these days. If you want your kids to command various languages, then this is the correct platform. It’s been the best app for learning languages for free since its release in 2013. The users can practice their speaking, reading, listening and writing skills while playing a game. This app also allows its users to improve their vocabulary and grammar skills by answering questions and completing lessons.

YouTube kids
This app provides your kids with a subdued environment and lets them explore on their own. It lets you personalize your kid’s experience with ‘Parental Control’, like, you can limit the screen time, block a video if you don’t like, and keep a watch on what your kids watch. You can also set viewing preferences, video recommendations, and various other settings. Select the age category that suits your kid and the respective ‘Mode’ will let your kid explore their interests.

Spelling Game
It’s an easy and fun way to let your kids learn spellings of vehicles, fruits, vegetables, and various other everyday objects. You can use the app in three different modes- easy, normal, and difficult (depending on the level you want). The user can also listen to the sounds of alphabets, shapes, fruits, vegetables, etc. just to improve his/her learning process while playing. The best part about this app is that it doesn’t contain any link to social networks and doesn’t ask for access to your personal data, hence, totally secured.

Kindergarten Kids Learning: Fun Educational Games
This app uses this simple criterion that learning becomes easy and fun when it’s done while playing. This app is capable enough to keep your kindergartner engaged and make him learn while having fun. It lets your kid learn alphabets, rhymes, counting and all the basic things like, various designs, colors, fruits, vegetables, numerical, and many more. Its activity-based learning makes it a leading app of its kind.

With the Research and Development team of 1000+ creators, this program features an association of ‘offline to online’ experience. Its first-of-its-kind feature lets you work with digitally enabled worksheets that offer real-time feedback. If its ‘BYJU’S- The Learning App’ is for students of class 4 and above, ‘Disney•BYJU’S Early Learn‘ works for the younger ones. BYJU’S basically helps students in developing such skills that are required to help students to do well in their careers. Where the former app has a team of proficient teachers, the latter features Disney’s evergreen stories and characters.

Word Life- Crossword Puzzle
Learning is not limited to academics now but has expanded its web. Train your brain by connecting words and upscale your level in the game. This brain workout starts off easy but gets tougher gradually. The users can also compete with their ‘friends’ on the app. This puzzle can be played in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese and Russian.

Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email