What is it? Homework and time table app for students. Widgets for timetable and homework.
Best for: High school students; Android 1.6 & up
Rated: 4.6 out of 5 stars
Features: List with all homework assignments, sorted on date, with counters for the amount of homework not “done” yet; list with all exams, sorted on date; timetable for the current day; timetable for the current week; define your own subjects/lessons; define the start and end times of the lessons; define contact information for each subject.
What is it? Through different games, kids will learn the alphabet letter sounds and the basics of blending
Best for: Ages 2-7
Rated: 4.5 out of 5
Features: Kids hold and turn a picture-filled letter block and hear the ABC phonics being pronounced; children have fun building phonics recognition skills by making their own ABC blocks; while putting puzzles together, kids learn the basics of phonics blending. These skills will be further exercised and expanded in the Kids Reading game. Every section is designed so children enjoy success time after time and receive positive reinforcement from the likable teacher, so they want to keep learning.
What is it? A fun way for kids to learn numbers and build basic math skills.
Best for: Preschoolers and math; phones and tablets
Price: Free version or $2.99
Rated: 4.4 out of 5 stars
Features: Numbers are spoken in kid-friendly English. The paid version enables the number ranges to be set, with numbers going up to 20. Games include learning number, choosing max/min number, addition, subtraction, find a match, and advanced exercises.
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