Shortly after our ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy mobile app (available for iPad and iPhone, and Android tablets and smartphones) was featured on the New York Times website, it also was highlighted in the USA Today article 3 learning apps ease kids back to school, by tech writer and editor Ginny Gudmundsen, who rated the app 3.5 out of 4 stars.
An excerpt from her review:
For families with kids in the age range of 2-7 years, ABCmouse.com offers a robust sequence of learning activities for a monthly subscription of $7.95 or $79.99/year. Available via a browser on computers or as an app via smart devices, ABCmouse.com lets parents register up to three children and then set each child’s profile to be at specific learning levels based on their age.
The main curriculum is presented in a step-by-step program, which offers over 500 lessons filled with more than 6,000 standards-based learning activities. These activities cover reading and writing, math, art, music, social studies and science; and they take the format of videos, coloring activities, learning games, poems, puzzles and songs. Kids can also approach this inviting content outside of the sequential program by simply selecting things from the main menu that appeal to them, such as a visit to a zoo or a farm.
Read the full article here.
On top of our Tabby Awards in late June, in which ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy app was a double winner in the Kids, Family & Entertainment category, it’s been a very successful few months for our mobile early learning efforts. It’s important to us that children have access to comprehensive early learning resources on the mobile devices that are available to them throughout their day. Many thanks to everyone who helped make this possible.