There are now more than 350,000 education apps available to download on the app store. Most of them cost money, however, and if you laid all that end-to-end, you’d have several million pounds in a long line. Not everyone wants to pay for their apps, so we’re having a look at our favourite free ones currently available. We can’t pretend in any objective way that these apps are the ‘best’ free apps, but they’re all interesting and fun in their own ways.
Want to try great apps without hurting your wallet? We've selected apps that are
now free. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be free anymore when you read this post.
This app is very simple in its idea yet accomplishes it in a very clear, concise and easy manner. The premise behind the app is to provide children and adults with an app that can spell out the words and phrases that they speak into it via the devices microphone.
Easy Dyslexia Aid is a dyslexia only version of the Easy Spelling Aid application. The app helps with the spelling of problematic words with the aid of special dyslexic font options and background colour combinations.
This app is great for teaching new skills and can be followed in sequential order. If you also see your child struggling with a certain literacy skill, that lesson can be pulled up for a quick and engaging review and practice. This app truly has child entertainment in mind when teaching literacy and phonics. The app includes 15 lessons that can be used individually to cater to your child or can be followed in order to build a well rounded and sequential approach to word families and higher level phonics skills.