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Curious World Learning App for Kids

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If you can’t tell yet, we love learning apps in our house.  I have another fun one to tell you about today called Curious World.  I was initially excited by this one because we are huge Curious George fans in this house.  Curious World is a learning app full of hundreds of educational games, videos and books that were specifically selected to engage the minds of young learners. (This was a sponsored post in behalf of Curious World via One2One Network. I was compensated for my time in writing this post, but all thoughts are my own.)

Curious World- Preschool Learning App

The Curious World learning app provides parental tracking so you can see the areas in which your child is learning. You can see how much time they are spending in each of the different areas of learning. They focus on 8 key learning areas for children: Creative Expression, Language & Literacy, Mathematics, Science, Family & Community, Executive Function, Social & Emotional, and Health & Well-Being. They learn in all of these areas in a safe, ad-free digital environment and you can even personalize the content for up to 4 children.

Learning Areas- Curious World App

Curious World is a subscription service. The app is free to download and you can try it out for free for 30 days, then they have a monthly or yearly fee for the service it offers. It is constantly updating and adding in new learning materials for kids ages 3 – 7. It can be used on iPads or iPhones. Curious World was created by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt a leader in education for over 180 years.

Curious World Learning App

There are some great benefits to this app that may make it worth your money to purchase. If you are looking for a good educational program for your preschool-aged child, this is definitely one to look into. The fact that you can tailor the learning to each child is so great.  I like the quality of the material they include in the app and the fact that they add new content weekly.  My preschooler likes to have some time each day doing learning games, and this is one I would feel very comfortable having him use! The other thing that really impresses me is the parent dashboard. I love apps that track my child’s learning.

Parent tracking

A monthly or yearly subscription is required, but includes the following:

  • Unlimited access to full library of books, games and videos.
  • Personalized content recommendation for up to 4 children
  • Ability to track your child’s activities on the parent dashboard

The cost of the subscription is $10-billed monthly or $79.99 billed yearly.

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