For those who understand the value of learning and know how much productive studying is important, modern technologies offer many new and convenient ways when it comes to obtaining knowledge on a friendly and an interesting way. In fact, studies have proved for numerous times that the kids are developing their problem-solving abilities with experience they gained through interactive games and pretend-play. Learning through play, and discovery learning has never been easier, and with tablets available for kids you can only imagine the possibilities that are provided for your child. The following are top five educational apps for the Android operating system that will help your kids develop and learn without any trouble and with them not even feeling the pressure of a mandatory task. All chances are, they will love it and you can even make a solid foundation for further studies. Now let’s begin.

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Endless Alphabet

Price: Free/$6.99

Age: 3 and up

What is it about: Cute animals and sweet monsters exploring words and letters.

Top educational app if you are looking for an interactive game that will help your child learn the basics of spelling and reading. The thing you need to know as a parent is that you will need a constant internet connection and some additional space for storage so this app could work perfectly. The game is very popular and even much older kids are playing it because of its quality animations and funny characters.


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Lego Duplo Train

Price: Free

Age: 3 and up

What is it about: Building trains from well known Lego blocks and putting them in motion.

A perfectly designed and eye appealing app that even may jog your memories from childhood, so don’t feel ashamed if you find yourself playing this game when nobody is around. Preschoolers can develop their creativity and learn basics of physics in the same time, and it is really well designed so your little railroad engineer will have fun with boarding passengers, building bridges and loading different cargo

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Medieval Math Battle

Price: $2.99

Age: 3 and up

What is it about: Defeating dragons, goblins and trolls with math.

A great way for learning basics of math! Although the main description may seem like simple equations with interesting characters in the back, it is just a small part of the game and kids are rewarded with experience points that allow them to advance and build characters. The good thing about this app is that you can keep track of how well are they doing with just checking the score. Definitely worth the price!


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Toy Story: Story Theater

Price: $2.99

Age: 3 and up

What is it about: Buzz, Woody and Jessie staring in your kid’s production.

Beloved characters will win your child over if they haven’t already. We all know what Toy Story is, and now your kid can direct movies and situations to his or her liking. This game will help your child develop literacy skills and develop their creative mind, but you can join in as a parent and play along. It even supports voice recording options and Toy Story is brought to life in a matter of minutes. You can play it offline as well.


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Grimm’s Bookshelf

Price: Free

Age: 2 and up

What is it about: Grimm’s stories in a whole new and interactive way.

We had pop-up books and we sure enjoyed them, but kids today have apps that will present all the lovely stories of our childhood to them, with professional actors providing the audio and 3D setting suitable for the young ones. Simple tasks will help your child get involved and build interaction skills, and what is perfect about this game is that it is also available in French, German and Spanish. Kids all around the world enjoy musical puzzles and not-so-demanding quests, and it can also be used as a simple audio book for bedtime stories.

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Posted by Dan Radak

Dan Radak is a marketing professional with eleven years of experience. He is currently working with a number of companies in the field of digital marketing, closely collaborating with a couple of e-commerce companies. He is also a coauthor on several technology websites.

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