Are you looking for preschool apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Hooked on Phonics– The app, Learn to Read, is based on the award-winning Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read System and designed for kindergarten and preschool children. Hooked on Phonics provides your child with the simplest and most effective way to keep learning to read interesting. It is an educational app created for your kids to enjoy games, songs, and interactive entertainment in a unique style.
Montessori Preschool – is a comprehensive early learning app. It covers phonics, letter tracing, counting, shapes, colors… in a fun and engaging environment. With new games added every 2 months, the app also offers tons of activities to develop critical thinking, learn foreign languages, and even think like a coder! With its carefully crafted designs, Montessori Preschool is beautiful to look at and answers several user requests such as child profile management, screen time management, and even device space management. The app is free to download, and 10 games are completely free to try. Users who want to try more have a 7-day free trial period before the subscription (monthly or yearly) starts.
Toca Hair Salon – Cut, color, comb, and style the hair of six different characters in your own hair salon! Children oversee their hair salon and have all the tools of a real stylist, including scissors, electric hair trimmers, towels, shampoo, conditioner, and hair dryer. They can choose from 12 different hair dyes and 8 hair accessories
Funky Fruitilicious– The Funky Fruitilicious app helps children to learn in a delightful environment using visual learning techniques. The experience is most enjoyable when parents serve as a guide for their kids while playing it with them. The app is designed for preschoolers trying to learn the concept of counting and the basics of numbers. Funky Fruitilicious uses a variety of colorful game activities as well as funny audio sounds to improve kid’s learning.
Flashcard Stash– The Flashcard Stash is a new kind of flashcard that is built on top of a dictionary, which enables you to look up the flashcard words and save them. For instance, you can click on highlighted words for a quick definition or click on functions in the top right of every vocabulary flashcard such as synonyms, audio, and sentences. The AR Flashcards make learning fun and more entertaining for toddlers and preschoolers. With about 26 beautifully rendered Animals to help your toddler learn the alphabet, learning is fun with AR Flashcards.
Flashcards- Animal Alphabet – This app, created for younger students, teaches words by pairing them with colorful animal friends. The AR flashcards are a new means of interacting, and they make flashcards more interesting for preschoolers. When the child’s device is pointed at the printed flashcard, a beautifully designed 3-D animal pops up on the screen, and they will hear the letter and animal name when they tap on the animal.
JumpStart Preschool – Your preschooler needs to have fun learning, and JumpStart Preschool gives you just that! It is designed for your little kids to learn pre-reading and critical-thinking skills while on the go. Your kids will learn to recognize and count numbers, practice shapes, and colors while on the search for the best wiggly creatures to complete the collection. They will listen to stories by flipping through pages as words are read aloud.
Lexia Core5 Reading– Lexia® Core5® Reading is available to teach reading for preschoolers to fifth graders. It creates reading lessons based on research to find the best ways to teach individual students or small groups. Using this app, teachers can organize their learning environments in the most productive and conducive way. This app can be used in combination with Lexia® PowerUp Literacy™ and Lexia® RAPID™ Assessment to optimize reading experiences and reading groups in schools.
Learning Games for Kids– Learning Games for Kids provides children with games that help them to learn math, language, science, history, and more. Geared toward preschool to elementary aged children, these games are fun, visually stimulating, and auditorily appealing to keep kids engaged and wanting to learn more.
Math Leaper– Math Leaper, is designed to help preschool through grade eight students master mathematics. With power-ups, candies, achievements, and levels, Math Leaper makes learning a fun game. There are over 200 ways that Math Leaper tests students’ problem-solving abilities, and, while having fun, students may not even notice that they are learning so much.
Make A Scene: Farmyard– Make a Scene: Farmyard stimulates children’s creativity and allows them to design their own scenes. Little kids love cute farm animals, and this app has sheep, cows, ducks, chickens, and more. With hours of entertainment, they will learn and practice vocabulary, motor skills, and coordination simultaneously. They will be able to numerous scenes in this dynamic farmyard; for preschool to adult, this app will not disappoint.
Preschool Puzzle Math– Preschool Puzzle Math is a puzzle-solving game that teaches children math. It allows them to practice counting, simple addition, and subtraction. Preschool Puzzle Math helps your child develop the fundamental math skills that will help them going forward with mathematics. Your child learns to count, add, and find their way around tasking puzzle games with free-flowing gameplay. Suitable for ages three to seven.
Preschool & Kindergarten Games– This is a collection of 15 immersive games that combine fun and entertainment in a unique blend designed to engage and excite your preschool and kindergarten children. Students’ progress earns them stickers that they can attach to their board. Essential features in the apps such as appropriate voice narrations, beautiful illustrations, and playful sound effects help children to learn letters, spelling, math, and more. The apps use the preschool and kindergarten curriculums that comply with the Common Core Standards. The collection comes with two free games; additional games are available for purchase in-app.
Play Sight Words– This sight words app includes three games designed for Preschool and kindergarten students. Play Sight Words offers an immersive learning experience for children new to sight words. It also improves vocabulary and memory. It has three mini games that teach and reinforce learning.
Park Math– Learn to count, add, subtract, sort, and do more things with numbers while you play at the park with Blue Bear and his friends. Park Math introduces your child to basic math concepts. It is designed for children in kindergarten and preschool grades, between the ages of one and six. Take part in seven fun activities engineered to solidify their knowledge base. The game has two levels: Level 1 for counting up to 20, and addition/subtraction with numbers up to five. Level 2 lets you count up to 50 and add and subtract with numbers up to 10.
Nico & Nor Shadow Play– Shadow Play is an app that lets preschool children explore the science of shadows using beautiful simulations. With this app, children learn about shadows and develop their scientific method skills. The Shadows program has two apps (Shadow Play and Shadows Journal) working hand in hand to help preschool kids and their teachers to take pictures and partake in scavenger hunts and matching games.
Nico & Nor Coconut Star– Explore the Coconut Star World by solving puzzles using push, pull, and texture to get to new stars to win. This app provides a cheerful sojourn into the world of forces and motions using fireworks, water traps, and real-time feedback. The app provides opportunities for children to develop their scientific method skills. The Ramps program has two apps (Coconut Star and Ramps Journal) working hand in hand to help preschool kids and their teachers to record videos and results from experiments.
Monkey Preschool Lunchbox– Preschoolers love games and are the best at learning, so Monkey Preschool Lunchbox combines both these elements. Designed for two- to five-year-olds, this app has six games to teach colors, letters, counting, shapes, sizes, matching, and spotting the differences. Fun monkeys assist the child, and cute sounds and designs make it appealing to young eyes and ears. Children will also learn fruits and numbers. Virtual stickers provide positive reinforcement for a job well done.
Shapes Toddler Preschool– Shapes Toddler Preschool allows toddlers to play and learn without additional help as it focuses on simplicity and makes use of full voice-overs. It exhibits colorful quizzes, flashcards, games, and puzzles and using positive reinforcement and fun prizes. The child-safe menu also permits parents to design gameplay and difficulty level.