Got a kid learning letters and numbers? Handwriting Without Tears, a system used in schools around the country, has come up with an app that can make things a lot easier.
Gibbon puts together playlists of sorts, combining the best articles and vidoes to help you learn about a variety of topics.
The Skillshare app lets you watch or create short educational videos, teaching any number of things.
Let’s face it. Math is not the sexiest subject for kids. Add a competitive element, though, and things change.
Alphabeast is a flash card app for learning the alphabet that has received several awards for its clever extras, which range from playable musical instruments to spinning bow ties.
If you’re trying to take up a second language, the AccelaStudy app lets you do so on the go, with smartphone-based interactive quizzes and memorization tricks.