It’s the last few weeks of summer, and you’re looking to make screen time a little more educational. We’ve got you covered with 14 mesmerizing apps that do everything from introducing young readers to the alphabet to giving avid readers a never-ending supply of fresh material. Flip through the slideshow to see them all.
Me from Tinybop
Expert kid-friendly app developer Tinybop brings young readers and writers Me—a digital diary that encourages creativity and open-ended writing, which in turn helps to reinforce reading skills. Kids get a chance to tell their own stories through words, pictures, and recordings as they answer hundreds of questions about their fave foods, animals, and people. The app is also a great family conversation starter!
Available on iTunes, $2.99.
Videos From Tinybeans
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— Oz Spies
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