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Free Educational Apps for Toddlers
I know, another educational tool for toddlers. More screen time. But isn’t that what we’re all looking for right now? Ways to keep our toddlers busy while working their little brains?
Maybe I’m the only one. But this virus outbreak has led me to do a lot of research when it comes to educational tools for toddlers and I would feel silly keeping them all to myself!
As I’ve said in my last couple posts about educational tools for toddlers, we’re a judgement free zone when it comes to screen time just like anything else. Use as much or as little as you want. Make it educational or simply fun enough to get through this tiresome days stuck at home.
We’re all doing the best we can. Simple as that. Every family is going to look a little different because, well there is not parenting guide when it comes to surviving a pandemic! Or parenting as a whole for that matter.
Do what you feel is best for your littles, and if that is spending some time on the tablet, keep reading for my favorite free educational apps for toddlers.
Some of these educational apps are new to me, and some have been a few of my favorites since the twins were given their tablets.
They’re helped them learn colors, numbers, letters and so much more. My daughter is working on her emotions right now and it is simply adorable to watch.
But with that, let’s dive into my handful of free educational apps for toddlers!
- Moose Math – ages 3-7, however my 2.5 year old twins enjoy it.
- Fish School – a preschool focused app that helps tots practice letters, numbers, shapes, color recognition and matching.
- Toddler Counting 123 – multi-language toddler friendly app focusing on, well, counting!
- Elmo Loves ABC’s – I think this is pretty self explanatory.
- Elmo Loves 123’s – again, self explanatory.
- Anything PBS Kids – I love PBS Kids for their expansive selection of educational resources for tots!
- Anything Daniel Tiger – Daniel Tiger is a great resource for helping your toddlers learn numbers, emotions and daily tasks in a much more realistic setting at their pace!
- And a bonus PAID one (after 30 day trial) ABC Mouse! – This is a favorite by many, as it is an award winning app for ages 2-8 that teaches math, reading, music, art and so much more!
Now that you have some great free educational apps for toddlers, here is a great resource for learning how to set up your kiddos Amazon Fire Tablet, or their iPad so that it is super toddler friendly!
Good luck out there! I hope you stay safe and healthy until this thing blows over.[instagram-feed]