Tue, 11 Aug, 2020


9 Mobile Apps to Help your Children Learn


By Amshu Upreti

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Parents often claim smartphones have a bad impact on their children which is true to some extent but on a brighter side, there are plenty of amazing educational apps and platforms awaiting in just a click away. Education has always been a powerful weapon, even in this lockdown you can get yourself engaged in studious and fun activities through online apps. Some of the best educational apps are mentioned below:-

1. DLC Mobile: Here we have our very own DLC Mobile application, which acts as a bridge between students and quality education in Nepal. Compulsory subjects from grade IV to grade X can be found here with content that stick to the syllabus prepared by the government of Nepal.

2. REBUS: If brain teaser and tricky word-games fascinate you then this one's for you. Five coloured circles? The answer is orange. Because it’s a RANGE of O’s, you see? Puzzles are fun for those who choose to exercise their brain.

3. Khan Academy: In the list of free education apps, Khan Academy surely occupies the top spot. Used by over 60 million students all over the world, this app has come to be a very useful and world-class education for all curious minds across the globe. It provides videos, exercises, tests for maths, science and other subjects. Furthermore it also provides online courses for preparing for standardized tests like SAT, MCAT, LSAT, and so on.

4. Pythagorea: Pythagorea is a collection of different geometric puzzles which do not require complex construction or calculations. Pythagorea is an exceptional way to befriend geometry with infinite numbers of interesting problems and unexpected challenges.

5. Duolingo: To be able to speak multiple languages is a big flex. With 35+ languages, Duolingo guides and provides you a free, fun and effective platform. It starts with basic picture labeling games. As you complete more levels, there will be many different kinds of engaging games that will improve your vocabulary and grammar skills.

6. Khan Academy Kids: Targeting young children, Khan Academy Kids introduces thousands of fun activities to help kids learn maths, read, spell and more. 

7. Photomath: Maths can be a challenging hurdle to many of us. The Learning process in Photomath is pretty simple. You take a picture of handwritten or printed questions. Then the app itself teaches you how to solve those questions through step by step explanations and instructions. One of the apps that will help you the most.

8. SoloLearn: With the increasing craze in programming, the scope of coding and programming is wider than ever. Both beginners and advanced level programmers can juice out their coding skills with the immense collection of free coding tutorials across languages like java, python, C++, Swift, PHP, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and so on. Free mobile code editor tags along with it.

9. Quizlet: One of the easier and effective means to memorizing is by using flashcards. Quizlet has millions of readymade flashcards in the app. You can even create flashcards and share them with other students as well. With one of the most powerful learning techniques, the quizlet prepares you to brush up your academic knowledge.