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Kids Academy Company Preschool and Kindergarten Apps

Full Disclosure: I received compensation for this post. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines. My opinions are 100% my own based on my own review and personal experience. 


As most of you know, Lil Man turned 3 in March. And preschool is fast approaching for this year. So I've been looking for some educational (fun) things for Lil Man to do. I have found that the more it feels like 'play' the more he enjoys it, and the faster he picks up on concepts.

Well, the Kids Academy Company makes some awesome apps for the iPhone and iPad.

http://www.kidsacademy.mobi/


One app is the "Preschool and Kindergarten Learning Games Free ∙ ABC alphabet phonics, letters tracing & learn to read app. Montessori educational English language approach in reading (crosswords, sounds, song, spelling blocks, flash cards) for toddler by Kids Academy" and it an be found here in itunes.

Another app is the "Preschool and Kindergarten learning kids games for girls & boys ∙ Learn to read interactive ABC, alphabet tracing, phonics song with educational app based on Montessori match letter quiz & logical math puzzle games for toddler iPad free by Kids Academy" and it can be found here in itunes.

And last but not least from the Kids Academy Company is "Kids Academy • Best Kids Songs : Bingo ABC alphabet phonics. Fun educational nursery rhymes app with Karaoke music. Baby, Pre-K, Toddlers, Preschool, Kindergarten children learn English language through play games: animal flash cards and Sing Along." and it can be found here in itunes.

From the moment I opened these apps, Lil Man was interested in what was happening on the screen. The colors were vibrant. The characters were cute and fun to watch. He loved the animations. He repeated each letter as it was named. He loved the mazes. And he found the songs interesting. I believe these apps to be great educational apps.

One thing to note is that these apps require in-app purchases. In other words, you don't receive all of the levels for free. So a purchase would be necessary to utilize the entire workbooks in the app. However, the free version does provide a nice overview of what the full app would entail. And honestly, for Lil Man, the free version had enough information that we could use  for awhile before an in-app purchase would be necessary.

If you are looking for some nice educational apps for preschoolers and kindergarteners, I would suggest checking out the educational apps from the Kids Academy Company.

Full Disclosure: I received compensation for this post. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines. My opinions are 100% my own based on my own review and personal experience. 






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