Age of Learning just launched their new mobile app, a comprehensive online learning app for children ages 2 through 6+. It’s perfect for parents who are looking for that engaging, educational, and fun app for their little one. Here’s more about the ABCmouse’s Early Learning Academy app:
· Includes 5,000 carefully designed learning activities encompassing reading and language arts, math, science, social studies, art, and music
· Advanced progress tracking lets parents see how their child is progressing
· The app, currently one of the top educations apps, is now available on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon App Stores
· Gives access to ABCmouse.com’s award-winning curriculum (including some new 1st grade content)
The app is now available on both Android & IOS platforms- iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon App Stores. The app itself is an extension of our award winning website and curriculum- ABCMouse.com.
Subscriptions to the site are $7.99/ Per Month; however, they do provide ABCmouse free to Schools, Teachers, Libraries, and Foster Families across the US.
The app is from Age of Learning, and it’s called the “ABCmouse.com- Early Learning Academy.” Here’s more about the app and ABCmouse.com:
· Lesson Builder- lets you guide your child’s educational progress by selecting activities based on your knowledge of your child’s needs and interests.
o ABCMouse is free for teachers, so parents can create a learning path in conjunction with what their child is currently learning in school. Their teacher can even assign learning activities based on knowledge of the student.
· Progress Tracking- In addition to the display of total number of learning activities completed in each category, easy-to-read graphs show progress both by academic level and by curriculum subject.
· Screen time Timer allows parents to set how much time they want their kids to use the app and website, once time is up the child is logged off.
· Includes 5,000 carefully designed learning activities encompassing reading and language arts, math, science, social studies, art, and music’
It looks like a useful app for working with younger students.