Want your little ones to learn the fundamentals of coding? Then check out one of the more exciting kids educational apps on the App Store called Hopster Coding Safari for Kids. Designed for kids 4 years old and over, this is an animal themed game that helps build the foundation for children to learn coding. Here’s a closer look at how this app helps in imparting the necessary skills to build their coding skills.
If you want to learn the basics of coding, you simply may not know where to start. SoloLearn: Learn to Code is a highly interactive app that can help you learn the basics or expand your skills in multiple programming languages right from one app. Here’s more on the app.
If you want to learn a new language and make it a fun experience learn with Memrise: Learn Languages.
I’ve always wanted to learn a new language but most learning apps are just too taxing. Despite the presence of tons of learning language apps on the App Store, the wonderful Duolingo included, I’ve just found it to be extremely challenging to continue my lessons after a period of time.
After finally giving up on learning a new language, I came across Memrise recently. Although the app has been around for over 3 years now, I thought, why not give it another try.
So far, the going’s great.Which brings me to this review.
Here’s a closer look at Memrise, my favorite language learning app for 2017.
When your favorite research tool starts to feel tiresomely mundane, you need an app like V for Wikipedia to spice it up!
Everybody loves Wikipedia!
Well, its hard to blame you if you are bored stiff reading from the same old Plain Jane template every time. However uninteresting its presentation style, Wikipedia is packed with so much useful information it is impossible to replace.
Thankfully, you don’t have to use Wikipedia in its uninteresting format on your iPhone. V for Wikipedia is a eye-catching app that transforms the way you consume data in Wikipedia.
Learn to make beautiful web pages, and master coding concepts with byte sized lessons in Encode : Learn to Code.
Programming, coding, writing strings – it all seems like Greek and Latin to me. I’ve never studied computer languages and the very thought of starting now gives me the shivers. But thankfully, there are many apps in the marketplace that offer newbies like me a fair opportunity to learn coding without becoming overwhelmed.
The advantage with learning coding through apps is that you don’t have to invest in expensive classes or purchase big fat books. One app that launched a couple of months ago that recently caught me attention is Encode: Learn to code. The app teaches you how to code in small byte sized lessons so that you gradually get accustomed to the world of computer programming. Here’s a little more about the app.
“A computer science education is literacy for the 21st century,” ~N.Y Mayor Bill De Blasio. If you want to get your kids started with coding, check out codeSpark Academy with The Foos – Coding for kids.
The best time to get your kids introduced to coding is when they are young. I’m talking about kids in the age group of 4 to 9. And you can introduce your child to coding with the fun codeSpark Academy – Coding for kids app.
It teaches kids all the basics of computer programming through a variety of interactive learning activities. The app features puzzles, games, step-by-step creative projects, game design, offline printables and more. Here’s a little more about the app.
When your kids need a fun way to learn and develop their mind, the Mother Goose Club app makes a good teacher!
StoryToys Entertainment Limited are known for their award-winning digital books and games that combine storytelling and interactive activities to educate preschoolers. The latest contribution to their efforts is Mother Goose Club: Kids & Baby Video, Books, Games. This is a subscription based app that provides kids access to books, games and videos inspired by the popular mascot Old Mother Goose.