Educational App's for your Children
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Educational App’s for your Children


When used well for educational purposes, technology can help create opportunities for more active and meaningful learning experiences for your child.

At KingKids we have an iPad in each educational environment predominantly for signing your child in and out for the day of care, and for sharing photographs and learning of your child’s day.

However we also like to incorporate technology into our curriculum, for example researching the questions and ideas of your children such as why do Dinosaurs have horns? Why do all clouds not have rain? and most recently, How is chocolate made? Together we use technology to research and discover new learning.

So why not share some of our favourite educational apps that you too can download to support your child’s learning at home.


Starfall App:

Starfall is a children’s app that teaches basic English reading and writing skills. The main demographic is preschoolers, and Kindergarten children. It teaches children how to read by using games and phonics.
Cost: Free!!


Hopster App: 

Hopster provides a safe place for young children to access educational and entertaining media.
Hopster provides video, music, books, simple games and creative activities specifically chose for young children. Famous characters, actors, and writers all feature in its superb content.


Stop, Breathe and Think Kids:

Meditation and mindfulness made easy and fun for children, to help them discover and develop their superpowers of sleep, being calm, learning to breather or to resolve conflicts.


Do you have any suggestions or favourite apps that you use with your children? We would love to hear from you!