One way to supplement your child’s preschool education is to provide him with a few toddler-friendly apps that will make good use of his online play. Simple activities like alphabet games, beginner’s math, and learning social skills are all excellent examples of apps suitable for preschoolers, and we have selected a handful of popular apps to help your child get started.
1. Montessorium: Intro to Math
This entertaining app was built with the Montessori preschool
student in mind. It provides a set of activities which teach children their
basic numbers and simple math concepts. If your child enjoys this play-based
app, Montessorium has an assortment of other learning games available as well.
2. Monkey Preschool Lunchbox
This app contains a collection of 6 games designed especially for
preschoolers. There are no menus for your little one to navigate, and lots of
colorful shapes, sounds and more to keep her entertained as she learns. Kids
learn about colors, counting, letters, and much more.
This colorful game teaches children letters by learning which animal
names begin with different ones. The teaching process is disguised as a playful
game which kids of all ages will enjoy. Best of all, Metamorphabet is available
for most platforms, including your home PC or Mac.
4. Originator - Endless Alphabet
Children will not be hampered by high scores, time limits, or losses
when they play this exciting game of letters and words. In the process of
endless hours of fun, your preschooler will learn her letters and build her
vocabulary. The game contains more than 70 words for your little one to start
learning right away.
5. Breathe, Think, Do
Available for Apple and Android devices, this game teaches small
children how to deal with potentially uncomfortable social situations by taking
a breath, thinking of the appropriate response, and then following through with
The apps presented here are a great place to start teaching your preschooler important educational skills as well as becoming familiar with using a smartphone. Mobile communications are changing the world we live in, and teaching your children how to use interactive media today will prepare them for the world of tomorrow.