In a nutshell – Dr. Seuss’ classic turned into an interactive adventure, where users learn new vocabulary with tappable words. Encourage literacy skills with highlighted narration and more! Looking for more literacy activities? Head over to our article to find out about playful ways that make literacy development even more fun!
Main EYFS area(s): Maths, Literacy, Physical Development
In a nutshell – It seems like this app simply has it all. Explore over five thousands games, videos, worksheets and even a personalised learning plan, suitable for little ones across almost all age groups.
Main EYFS area(s): Communication and Language, Physical Development
In a nutshell – This delightfully illustrated app lets kids develop their cognitive skills independently. They are let loose on a digital playground with numerous interactive features and mini-games each focused on things like attention and memory, sorting or visual-motor coordination.
In a nutshell – A real stunner. Color Band is a motion-controlled game where kids create artwork that comes to life as music plays when the little conductors wave their hands in front of the screen. We’re hooked.
In a nutshell – A new spin on finger counting! The game recognises how many fingers are put down on the screen and displays corresponding drawings, allowing the little players to associate real numbers with the number of fingers they’ve put down.
Main EYFS area(s): Understanding the World, Literacy
In a nutshell – This lovely game lets young explorers discover oceans, their inhabitants and ecosystems as well as submarines and topic-specific vocabulary. How? Through a series of puzzles and free play of course.
In a nutshell – iWriteWorlds took the often tedious experience that is learning to write to a completely new level. Kids drag Mr. Crab with their fingers to collect the numbered balls and draw the letters at the same time. With its memorable artwork, it is an effective and entertaining learning practice.
In a nutshell – This one’s all about Elmo and Abby exploring the numbers 1-20! The app includes several games focused on number recognition, simple counting and operations alongside classic Sesame Street video clips and illustrations. Parents get access to progress and general stats too.