Free Apps for Kids
As more children transition to a virtual classroom for the remainder of the school year, we’ve put together a list of free educational apps to keep their learning on track and your budget intact.
- Scholastic: The leading educational company has set up a “Learn From Home” website with free daily courses for kids ages K-12.
- Zoom: The popular video conferencing app is offering free service during the coronavirus outbreak. It’s also lifted its 40-minute limit on conferences, making the app a perfect choice for hosting your child’s classroom learning, or even a video chat with friends.
- Neoufitness: Help your kids stay fit through the pandemic with this super-fun fitness app for kids ages 4-12. The app offers a selection of 10-20 minute exercise classes and is free for the first 30 days.
- Issasedibleadventures: If your child is an aspiring chef, they’ll love this free cooking app, in which gamers race to collect ingredients from around the world and use them to create a requested cross-cultural dish.
- SmartMusic: The popular music practice app is offering free service through June 30 for all schools impacted by COVID-19. The app includes practice tools like a tuner, metronome and fingerings, along with an extensive music library and immediate assessment of pitch and rhythm.
- DuckDuckMoose: The adorable educational app for kindergartners and preschoolers makes learning super-fun! The app is always free and features a delightful array of characters, a brightly colored interface and a special focus on maps and puzzles.
- World of Cents: The NCUA’s free money app is the perfect way to teach your kids about personal finances. They’ll learn all about earning, spending, saving and more through the app’s fun games designed for kids ages 5-10.