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Kids Academy Company Educational Apps

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It's that time of year again, school has just started for some, and right around the corner for others. Lil Man will be back in preschool in the blink of an eye. And we've had a lot of fun over the summer, but I also know it's important to continue with trying to teach him the basics. He loves electronics. So I've been utilizing the iPhone and iPad.

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

One app that they have is the "Learn to Read and Write Puzzles" and it an be found here in itunes.

It has mazes, rhyming words, uppercase letters, lower case letters and the list goes on. Be advised that this app requires an in-app purchase. In other words, you get a small version of the app, but for the full version you have to make a purchase. It has cute animals that really got my son's attention. He loved the dog. 

Another app is the "Preschool & Kindergarten Learning Kids Games Free For Toddlers and Preschool Children – All in One Montessori Based Brain Kid' Puzzles By Kids Academy Co apps" and it can be found here in itunes. It emphasizes numbers and letters. It too requires in-app purchases. But with the small version you can decide if this would be appropriate for your child. Lil Man did enjoy this one also.

And last but not least from the Kids Academy Company is "Kids Puzzles preschool math games for girls and boys ∙ Toddlers learn 123 tracing with paint sparkles draw drill - my first coloring book HD by Kids Academy!" and it can be found here in itunes.

I personally loved this one. It has you trace each number on the screen. I will admit though that it wants you to be very precise (which isn't always easy for younger kids). So it can be a little frustrating if they don't get it 'just right' and have to keep starting over. One disappointment was that this one only went to the number 3. It too requires in-app purchases for the full version. I would like to have been able to have demoed a little more of it before being asked to purchase a full copy. Overall though, I feel this is a good educational app. 

My three year old enjoyed all of these apps. If you are looking for some nice educational apps, I would recommend checking out these 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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  1. Thanks for sharing these! My little guys is learning his letters and numbers and I think the tracing would be great for him.


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