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Do You Use Any Ipad Apps To Teach Your Kids?


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As I am working on some educational app for toddlers, so this question came to mind as it will help me in my app project. Also, what learning apps do you use to teach your kids?
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I recently buy few apps like preschool arcade, kids math fun - third grade, textropolis, word magic etc. these all apps are highly impressive and knowledge sharing.
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As I am working on some educational app for toddlers, so this question came to mind as it will help me in my app project. Also, what learning apps do you use to teach your kids?
Hi Swati,

There are quite a few free educational apps for children, which you may try out before going for any purchase. The ones I am using are as below:

Addition & Substraction for Kids, Animal Find, Color Matching, Come Learn Spellings, Cross Words, Fruit Finder, Kids Can Math, Spot The Difference, Telling Time, Word Search, World Flags Jigsaw, Hello Color Pencil/Crayons, Coloring Books, iLearn Solar System, Kids World Map, Opposites 1, Shape Puzzle.

Hope this is a good starting point.
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The answer to this question probably depends on the child. My daughter is perfectly willing to play horse games on the iPad for hour on hour but quickly tires of any educational apps. I have read that kids with with Autism do well with iPad learning/communicating apps. I personally have a friend who has experienced this himself.
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