If you’re looking for a way to help your child with their language development or speaking skills, we’re here to help. These free language and speech development apps for kids are available on iPhone and iPad, so your little one can learn wherever you go.
Each app offers different features to assist your child, whether they have speech difficulties or are just learning the English language. Check out these features and try them out yourself to see which one would best suit your child.
Educational apps for iPhone and iPad are plentiful. And it’s with good reason. Putting a device in the hands of your child can help teach them something new or practice what they’ve already learned. And since math can be a difficult subject for kids of any age, using a teaching tool that makes it more enjoyable for them is a great way for them to learn.
If you’re thinking about getting a math app for your child, we’ve assembled a terrific list. All apps are available for free but some come with in-app purchases for extra features - like many free apps. But this gives you a wonderful way to try out the app to see if you and your child like it before spending any money.
Back in 2010, the Common Core State Standards brought the end of the cursive writing style in many, many U.S. states. And while the debate on whether it should still be taught continues, some states are already bringing it back to their curriculum.
If you’re concerned that your child will not learn cursive writing skills, you do have other options besides relying on educational institutions. Of course, you can teach them yourself. And if you add in these free apps for iPhone and iPad, your child has a fun way to practice what you teach.
Google's YouTube Kids app is now available for Apple TV in the tvOS App Store more than four years since the software made its debut on the iPhone and iPad.
Apple yesterday released a new video commercial that promotes child-friendly original series and films "to inspire the next generation of dreamers, explorers and believers."
The Messenger Kids app from Facebook is expanding significantly: the software is now available in more than an additional 70 countries around the world. Support for even more markets is coming soon, according to the announcement. At the same time, the software has been refreshed with several new features, including Supervised Friending.
If you’re a Netflix user with kids, it’s important to keep your children from accessing shows and movies they shouldn’t. Netflix does a pretty good job of giving parents the tools they need to do this. So to help you use Netflix parental controls the best way for your child, we’ll walk you through the options and how to set them up.
If the child in your life shows an interest in programming, it’s essential to encourage that type of activity. And learning the basics of coding at young age can help boost your child or grandchild’s appreciation and talent for the skill.
Games and apps that teach programming have become popular with the devices we use every day. So if you’d like to give your child the tools they need to explore that interest, then take a look at this list of the best coding apps for kids. And remember, they can be fun for adults to learn programming too!
Typing is one of these skills that everyone needs. Whether you only use it for composing emails occasionally or writing several articles per day, we all need to know how to type.
The better you are at typing, the faster you can get things done and the more accurate your output will be. So for adults as well as children, to brush up on skills or learn the basics, here are the best free typing apps for your Mac.
This next segment in our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide offers smart and thoughtful gift ideas for kids.
Whether you love Christmas or simply want to get in the spirit, there are tons of fun, useful, and unique Christmas apps for iPhone. You can count down to the date, make festive photos, have your kids talk to Santa Claus, and more.
To give you a helping hand this holiday season, we’ve assembled a collection of Christmas apps to bring some joy to your device, and hopefully you as well.
Doing chores isn’t a fun job at any age. But for kids, it can feel like a punishment. So, if there’s a way to make it a little more fun for them to complete their chores, then why not give it a try?
With an app on iPhone, keeping track of chores and rewarding them for their work is a cool way to motivate your child.
To help you out, we’ve compiled this list of the best free iPhone chore apps for kids and families.