Top 5 Learning Apps for Kids

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Top 5 Learning Apps for Kids

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Keeping kids engaged in learning can be a real struggle. It’s even more challenging with the competition of the thousands of mobile games available. We’ve gathered some of the best learning apps available that will keep your kids entertained and educated. These top picks put the fun in fundamentals!


Epic is an expansive e-book library boasting over 35,000 titles for ages 2-12. With features like Read-To-Me options, point reward systems, Epic! makes reading fun for everyone. One-month free trial, then 8$/ month subscription.

Available on Android and iOS.

Stack The States 2

Stack The States 2 helps kids learn geography and state facts. This app is part game, part learning tool. Unlock mini-games as you stack your wins and collect states. Costs 3$, no in-app-purchases. Ages 10+

Available on Android and iOS.

LightBot: Code Hour

This app introduces kids to coding and programming concepts without the overwhelm of traditional code-learning apps. Gamers guide LightBot through obstacles using coding functions. Fun, engaging and a great way to get kids interested. Bonus, it’s free! Ages 8+

Available on Android and iOS

Brainpop Jr.

Brainpop Jr. in an interactive app that has a wide range of videos on topics from math, science, bullying and internet safety. Each video has a quiz attached to help integrate the information in each video. Free with option to subscribe and unlock the entire library. The free version offers a video-of-the-week and access to a limited library. Brainpop also has apps for older learners. Subscription is about 7$/ month.

Available on Android and iOS

Winky Think Logic Puzzles

Winky Think helps kids develop problem-solving and logic skills rooted in math fundamentals. This app has 3 levels of mastery to keep kids learning. Ages 3-8, this game costs 3$ and is only available on iOS currently.

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