Top 10 educational apps for kids

It has happened to all of us that we put our hand in our pocket looking for the mobile and surprise! The mobile is not. It is in the hands of the child. And we cannot deny it, the mobile is very comfortable for us in certain situations such as when we need the children to be calm in a waiting room or during a meal in a restaurant. Of course, the mobile phone has become for many parents an ally and lifesaver in many situations of daily life with their children, but is the content that our children are consuming adequate?

An excellent way to add value to the child and by the way not feel so guilty for giving them the mobile to give us a break is to select for them the best educational applications for children.

Choose the most appropriate for your child according to their age and tastes. We give you some ideas below, don't miss it!

1. They educate

Recommended age: From 3 years old

The children's channel Clan brings the educational material from the main educational publishers in the country closer to children through this application so that they can continue learning from home.

2. Hero Academy

Recommended age: From 4 years old

An introduction to programming for children from the hand of these funny and charming characters that we know as the PJMasks. These superheroes will help our little ones have fun while they are introduced to the STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) learning system.

3. Academy

Recommended age: from 6 to 12 years old

An application with more than 10 thousand games that children will enjoy while taking care of their little pet monsters and completing different missions.

4. BrainPOP

Recommended age: 9 to 12 years old

BrainPop is an application in which children can watch animated movies and learn all subjects through them. At the end of each film, a questionnaire is carried out so that the child reinforces its comprehension capacity. Topics are covered from science and mathematics, to English, history or technology and the arts.

5. Gioseppo Command

Recommended age: From 3 years old

A game in which children aim to save the world from different environmental crises such as melting ice, pollution, fires, etc.

6. Smartick

Recommended age: From 4 years old

A fun and attractive application so that the child can learn mathematics while having fun. In addition, it adapts to the child's learning pace and her reaction time, so the child evolves in a sustainable and healthy way based on her own potential.

7. Epic!

Recommended age: From 3 years old

Epic! It is a spectacular library for children who are learning English with access to more than 35,000 books suitable for all ages.

Ideal to enhance the reading curiosity of the little ones and also of the adults.

8. CBeebies

Recommended age: From 3 years old

In this application we find many games with which children can learn different things, from phonetics to geography, through personal care, etc. Activities designed so that the child can evolve and develop her skills at her own pace.

9. Google Arts and Culture

Recommended age: For over 8 years old

Through the Google Arts & Culture app, kids can tour hundreds of museums and galleries around the world and discover the works of art found in them. A cultural walk without leaving home.

10.Youtube Kids

Recommended age: For children over 6 years old

YouTube is a fantastic information tool where you can find everything and just as it is very useful for adults it is also for children, but yes, always from a platform of responsible use for children That is why YouTube launched YouTube Kids where Children can safely browse content suitable for them and in addition to being entertained, they can watch learning videos about science, nature, space and many, many other things.


Any of the apps we have mentioned in this list can be downloaded from the App Store for iOS devices or from Google Play for Android devices. All are free and indicate the recommended age. Remember not to download applications that are recommended for ages older than your children's as complexity can result in frustration and it is for children to learn and enjoy, not to get frustrated.


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