New Must-Have Apps Technology for Kids

Computer apps are not just about the next game craze and mindlessly zoning out online. There are some fantastic apps out there for kids that can help them learn and get creative with technology, and even better, many of these are free or low cost. Apps technology is aimed at all ages and at all parts of life, so let’s take at the new must have apps technology for kids.

Hopscotch:  Hopscotch is one of the best apps out there for technology. This iOS compatible app teaches kids basic coding so that they can replicate game favourites such as Angry Birds and invent their own computer games too. Aimed at the 9 to 11 year old bracket this free app is proving popular with kids and parents alike.

Apps technology is also great for learning languages.

Duolingo: This is an app that makes learning a second language fun and is a great way to get your kids on their way to fluency. Available in most languages including Spanish, French, and Russian, Duolingo teaches through play and is great for language learners of all ages.

Star Walk:  Technology apps are a great way to learn about the wider world, and with Star Walk, your kid’s horizons are set even further with this astronomy guide. It encourages your kids to get outside and snap the outside sky and to then learn about the constellations and the planets with the interactive sky map. Priced at $3, this app could set your children off on a lifelong interest in astronomy.

Treble Cat: One of the most rewarding things you can learn as a child is how to read music. Treble Cat makes this easy with this app which teaches children how to read the notes on the treble clef. Costing $5, this app is good value and will appeal to any child who is taking music lessons.

Monster Math 2: Technology apps that make school lessons fun offer a great way of learning without tears. Monster Math 2, aimed at elementary level, makes math learning fun and will help boost math skills while fighting monsters. This app is free to download and will help your kids excel in this sometimes difficult subject.

Lego Movie Maker: If your kids are Lego fans, this free app is great fun and we can see this becoming popular with all the family. It enables you to make movies from Lego creations, by turning the figures and constructions your kids build into stories. Available only on iOS, Lego Movie Maker is a great way to spark an interest in film making as well as good for boosting creativity.

Earth 3D – Amazing Atlas: This app brings the world to you  at a click of your finger and it helps your child learn about geography, climate and cultures around the globe. Fun to use and with some fantastically rich graphics, this app is mesmerizing. It is available only on iOS and it costs $3.