TECHNOLOGY: Educational apps for the holidays

James Stoner
James Stoner

Educational apps are the perfect way to keep your children engaged throughout the summer break without having them feel like they’re back at school.

We’ve found some of the best educational apps on the market suitable for all ages that combine fun with learning!

• Squeebles Key Stage Fun – Offers a variety of fantastic downloadable activities for your child, created with the perfect balance of education and fun. Whether your child wants to practice their maths skills, or get ahead with their spelling, there’s plenty to do and lots of fun!

• Bugs and Buttons – Join the world of Bugs and Buttons whilst exploring 18 mini games and activities, including colourful button counting and creepy bug mazes. Perfectly designed to entertain and challenge your child, this is a wonderfully creative app.

• Khan Academy – Aimed at older children, Khan Academy allows you to learn almost anything all for free through videos, interactive exercises and in depth articles.

• Dino Walk – You’re never too old to learn about dinosaurs, and this app is a great, fun way of doing so. Venture back in time to the Jurassic period and spin the globe to see the Continents and what lived there. Packed with fun facts and impressive visuals, this app is great for any age.

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