Families have gotten a crash course in at-home learning this year. So we’ve put together ten apps that help your kids, and you, learn at home and have a little fun along the way.
Taught by instructor Robin Hall, learn to play piano and get a deeper appreciation of music with 204 lessons across ten hours of video lectures.
Learn engineering, design, and coding with this 3D printer starter kit.
This frustration-free teaching tool helps younger kids learn STEM principles with fun, tactile play methods.
This coding kit uses a fun, colorful interface to get young kids started on STEM.
For more advanced budding engineers, kids and adults, this smart car helps build more advanced engineering skills.
Kids learn best through play, so Papumba is built around interactive learning games that are fun, easy for kids to engage with, and helps get them ready for school environments.
Take their love of construction toys to a whole new level with this child-sized, and kid-friendly, construction kit that gives kids the tools to build their own private space to learn and play in, and even work together to build.
Look, there’s only so much space on the fridge to feature your kids’ art. If you want to keep their creative work for all time, Artkive makes it simple; just fill the box, send it in, and get back a beautiful book preserving all their work for future memories.
If you’re going to watch TV, put thousands of documentaries at your family’s fingertips. CuriosityStream’s library is updated weekly and has immersive special features to help kids explore the topics it delves into in more detail, and you can download titles to watch offline as well.
Teaching literacy is easy with Homer, which personalizes its teaching tools to help kids learn crucial literacy skills.
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