Sure, we live in a digital world... so we've compiled a list of some apps we think your child will love
(and you'll approve of)
Here are some fun new apps that will bring families with children under 5, especially those who are separated from one another in this pandemic, together with the ability to read stories and do art projects with one another. And, they are really fun!
Skybrary: Kids Books & Videos
Building on the mission of the long-running TV show, this marvelous app encourages kids to read with a huge assortment of books and video clips. Fun categories like Awesome People and Animal Kingdom—and recommendations based on children’s interests—ensure they’ll find something they love. Parents can use the app to promote reading at home, and it offers teachers a vast library curated by a trusted source, making it easy to align with Common Core State Standards.
Caribu: Video Calls Kids Love
Caribu makes family video-calling unforgettable by making it interactive, educational, and entertaining! A library with thousands of books, activities, games, and coloring sheets will keep children engaged for hours. You can draw, read bedtime stories, solve puzzles, play games, cook, and even view famous artwork together in a real-time video-call with the kids, no matter how far apart you are.