There are thousands of terrific iPhone, iPad, and Android apps on the market right now, and it can be time-consuming to sort through them and figure out which ones are the best. appSmitten is a service that sends curated app recommendations directly to people’s inboxes on a daily or weekly basis, depending on your preferences. They’ve sought out contributors who are passionate about their area of expertise to select the best apps.
I’m excited to share I am appSmitten’s contributor for education! I’ll be selecting three apps each month that I think are fun and/or educational for kids and that I would recommend for teachers and parents alike. When you sign up for appSmitten’s free newsletter, you can get app recommendations for other areas, too, such as organization, entertainment, food, health/fitness, style, travel, music, etc. Click here to see the 3 apps I use most, and sign up to receive my education app recommendations. My first education app picks will be sent out next week.
What are your favorite apps for kids? Share in the comments!
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