Top 5 Educational Apps for Your Kids

I have pleasure of giving you the chance to view one of my favorite fellow bloggers in action on her video of some of the best educational apps for your kids. Β I personally use technology all the time with homeschooling my kids. It definitely makes life so much easier on me and them.

I can’t imagine homeschooling my kids without technology. I do declare if I had to do it without the assistance of the Kindle Fire’s, the iPad, and their own laptops I’d be bald from pulling my hair out. I get stressed out enough as it is with the assistance I gain from various resources.

Without further ado… here is an amazing video made by my fellow blogger friends at Rich Mom Business.

I believe you’ve just gained a fountain of information in less than three minutes. These ladies provide a lot of other valuable information and resources on their website Rich Mom Business.

What is your child’s favorite educational app?




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I'm Crystal. I'm married to Dale, and mother to Johnny.Some might say that my life is perfect because I get to do all the clichΓ© wife things like cooking, cleaning, and decorating - but there's more! I also have many hobbies including needlework (crochet), sewing, and reading. My son's education is important, so we homeschool him together.

28 comments on “Top 5 Educational Apps for Your Kids”

    • I’ve had my eye on Stack the States for the kids and haven’t dipped into getting it yet. I guess it’s definitely one to consider looking into. Thanks for the suggestion. I’ve always used dry erase boards and good old fashion sheets of paper for handwriting lessons, and amazingly both of my boys write so well (when they want to) that their grandmother always compliments them for it. They love to write notes.

    • Sara,

      I haven’t checked that one out yet, but it definitely sounds like one to get for Zeva. She loves playing with apps even at 2 years old.

  1. Our favorite math app is Madagascar Math – you have to solve 3 math problems before you get to shoot one of the penguins to help Marty and the other escape. πŸ™‚

    • Stephanie,

      We love that app too. It’s a lot of fun, and the added benefit is it is educational too. The kids forget that they are actually doing it to learn things.

    • I have included in this post, a link to other reviews I’ve done of apps on the other site I write on. I hope you can find them useful. I have used many apps on several systems so if you need suggestions, don’t hesitate to reach out.

    • You’re welcome for sharing their awesome video. πŸ™‚ I also love having iPad handy for our kids too. It makes life a bit easier.

  2. Thank you!!! I am always on the hunt for educational games my son will actually like!! Definitely pinning this for later πŸ™‚

    • Kids do have a tendency to struggle in one topic at least. I’m glad that I homeschool so we can devote our time on those struggle subjects until we master it. (I say we like I’m having to master it too, but I feel like I am just as involved in their struggle because I have to find the means to make it ‘click’ for them.)

  3. I am going to check these out. Each of the kids currently has their own favorites but I am always adding to them.

    • We have to in order to keep them entertained. πŸ™‚ Now we have to keep kids entertained all the time in order for us to have peace.

    • Isn’t this video really cool! I love watching their videos. I am glad you were able to enjoy finding out these awesome apps.

  4. My 4 year old is always big on the learning games. He loves to learn. I think he would enjoy some of these apps.

  5. I was excited to see this video as we need some ideas for apps like these. I must say I was disappointed to see only Apple apps mentioned. Apple smart devices are less than 25% of the smartphone and tablet market. Have any app tips for Android or Windows devices?

    • Todd,
      I will work on giving you some suggestions for Android and tablets. Particularly Kindle Fire since that is what I use with my kids and myself. πŸ™‚

    • Sometimes that’s actually not a bad thing. I think my life was more peaceful at times before I got all wrapped up in this technology. Of course, I had a wonderful horse and a dog to keep me well entertained outside.

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