The Spanish Quest app is a trivia-based game that helps you practice your Spanish while learning some typical Spanish recipes. It’s available for Android and iOS devices. How does the Spanish Quest app work? You begin by clicking on the dice on the top left corner, which will show you the squares you’re allowed to […]
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It’s that time again – let’s ring in the new year with the best of 2018! These apps were handpicked by our staff as the best of the best; the pinnacle of their genre that stuck with us long after playing. Whether playing on Android or iOS, you need these installed on your phone and tablet. Without further adieu…
The realm of gaming has gained a negative connotation for distracting children and adults alike from important things such as work and school. This is especially evident in mobile apps which can be taken anywhere and hence brings a new dimension of distractions wherever the users are. To reduce this notion, many games are designed to be educational and help the players learn in the process as opposed to just being repetitive and mind-numbing. With so many games available that meets this need, this article discusses the best ones that are highly engaging and appropriate for all demographics.
My Town: Pets is a dress-up and pet management simulator that seeks to have the player humming along to a jaunty tune while they dress adorable pets and their owners.
The gamification of education has made the learning process substantially more entertaining and optimized as opposed to traditional means.
While the process of reading is not often regarded as a fun pastime for many, it holds the key for a strong foundation in education and the ability to effectively communicate. With so much to learn in the realm of reading, writing, and spelling, the task to teach a language can be extremely daunting to both the teachers and students. The introduction of game-based learning in the form of an app, however, has shifted the entire process to one that is more entertaining and streamlined for those who are involved. This is especially applicable to many students who may not have immediate access to educational institutions as mobile apps are able to supplement the learning of children at home or while on-the-go.
Irrespective of age, many people are beginning to see the benefits associated with education-based games. From those that help increase math skills to others which improve literacy in different languages, educative games make it possible for students to discover essential concepts ranging from the counting sequence to computation strategies as well as one-on-one communication. Mathematical games in particular give players the opportunity to explore a combination of number, patterns, and several other key concepts in a space where many students struggle to serve as a significant tool for learning mathematics.
Engagement of our little ones in education has been a challenge for majority of parents across the globe. One important being the approach that we have been following. During the early years of education, it is important to keep kids involved in an activity that they enjoy, with the integration of challenges that encourage learning.
How can we deal with all those information we meet in every second of our lives? How can we manage to find a way in the jungle of data? We categorize, use stereotypes and associate. Stereotypo, Timur Yakubov’s freshly launched app, spiced with just a perfect amount of sarcasm, will help you to discover if you are all about conventions or can think differently.