Have you heard about iLearn With apps? For kids 3-6
So I was introduced to the iLearn With Apps and I am impressed. They are Free – $2.99 which i like! I have – 2 year old almost 3, a 4 and a 5 year old boys with delays. Since my oldest was at school and I thought the apps would be to complicated for my 2 year old I decided to share the apps with my 4 year old son. Let me give you some background he has speech delays but excels in cognitive learning.
He had some trouble understanding how to do the games but once he learned he wouldn’t let anyone touch the iPad. He spent a little over a hour playing before he was done for the day.
The best part is I can register and track his progress as shown below. As you can see to the top right of the picture below you can also visit the Parents Center and learn ways to help your child continue learning thru recommended apps as Science and Math. I was impressed that I can add all 3 of my kids and they get to choose one of about 12 avatars for their profile.
Each game has ways for the kids to open gifts which lead to more games and added fun, this is based on their progression thru the games. Now remember I mentioned above that my 4 yr old son has speech delays andwhile playing the vowels game they say the sounds and he automatically repeated them. The more he got the more his sounds were becoming clearer.
The opinions expressed above are of my own and I was not influenced by anyone? The apps were downloaded and used on an iPad. I was introduced to the apps by Appency Marketing and was not compensated for the review. The review was agreed upon solely on my part for I am looking for apps that I can use in my home for my kids to continue to learn especially during the summer months while they are out of school.
If you are interested checking out the apps you can find them on the apps store by searching iLearn With. I hope you enjoyed this review and if you any suggestions on other apps for kids for ages of 2-6 please leave a comment below and I will check them out.