Thanks to smartphones and tablets, it’s easy to keep kids busy for good chunks of time with all sorts of silly and mindless videos, TV shows, and games.
But the real win for busy parents is finding high-quality screen time solutions that successfully combine education and enjoyment. When your preschooler can have fun learning about letters, numbers, emotions, problem-solving, or using their imaginations, then everybody wins.
Here are Dadventures’ 5 best learning apps for preschoolers that are super fun and strengthen educational and emotional skills.
1. Sago Mini World
Recommended Age: 2-5. Features: Games with open-ended play.
What Kids Learn: Creativity, problem-solving, and much more.
What’s Fun: Playful details like pigs flying and farting planets. About: Adorably-designed from a kids perspective, Sago Mini World gives children unlimited access to their colossal collection of 30+ award-winning games – all in one kid-safe, amazing app. Kids can explore and experiment at their own pace as they guide cute characters into wild adventures and imaginative activities. Sago Mini World sets out to build emotional intelligence, creative problem solving and self-confidence.
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