Technology for Kids: 10 Great Apps for your Smart Kids

Oluwadamilola Soyombo
TCKzone blog
Published in
5 min readOct 16, 2019


If you know your kids love spending time staring at screens on smartphones, tablets, and computers than books, you need to make that downtime educational for them. Check out these apps that can teach children of all ages a lot more than a game of Candy Crush — and might even inspire them to learn and live better.


Flow Free

Want your children to be puzzle smart when all they want to do is play games? Introduce them to Flow Free. The flow free app is recommended to children ages 5 and older. The objective is to connect dots of the same color by drawing ‘pipes’ between them such that the entire grid is occupied by pipes, this game is good for kids who need help with Flexibility and Planning.

Find it: iOS, Andriod


Todo Math

It’s no secret that starting early makes it easier to learn math, but things get even easier with a fun app like Todo Math. Kids can learn numbers, counting, and addition and subtraction to 99 as well as multiplication using Todo Math app. They can learn 1-to-1 correspondence and practice correctly writing numerals by tracing. Plus, this app is a wonderfully easy-to-use math app designed to help kids of all abilities practice math. It uses visuals, auditory prompts, and purposeful touch!

Find it: iOS, Android


Spelling Stage

There’s no better way to beef up learning skills than by playing games! This app, that makes spelling practice as much fun as it can be! With a paid subscription, it offers a wide range of words that will be suitable for everyone from preschoolers through adults and makes a great practice tool for an amazing array of situations.

Find it: iOS



It’s hard to learn programming languages, but LightBot does its best. Code Hour is a programming puzzle game- a game whose game mechanics require using programming logic to solve levels. This short teaser is meant to introduce players to programming who may have little to no experience. Anyone, anywhere, all-ages can play, have fun and learn real programming logic!.

Find it: iOS, Android



Epic! is the Leading Digital Library for Kids 12 & Under. The free educator version of Epic! is for use in the classroom or school library between 6am-4pm Monday through Friday. For use at home, students should be using the home version of Epic! Epic! streams books to your device or web account as you read, so there is no waiting for an entire book to download. You can download books to read offline at any time..

Find it: Website



Science360 is a wonderful app for kids to learn science. It provides the latest science videos from scientists, colleges and universities, science and engineering centers, the National Science Foundation, and more. Amazing free app sparks imagination and learning. For Kids Age 8+.

Find it: iOS



Upgrade their digital schooling. The free app ClassDojo helps teachers in all kinds of classrooms encourage students and engage parents. To make sure every student can benefit, it’s important that ClassDojo is always free for the entire teacher community.

Find it: iOS, Android

8. DRAGONBOX; $4.99


DragonBox Algebra 5+ Is perfect for giving young children a head start in mathematics and algebra. Children as young as five can easily begin to grasp the basic processes involved in solving linear equations without even realizing that they are learning. The game is intuitive, engaging and fun, allowing anyone to learn the basics of algebra at his or her own pace.

Find it: iOS, Android


Elevate Labs

Elevate is a brain training app designed to help you stay sharp, build confidence, and boost productivity. Elevate helps keep its training sessions fresh with 16 free games that change daily. Train with 35+ games that are designed to boost productivity, earning power, and self-confidence in skills like math, reading, writing, speaking and listening.

Find it: Andriod


Not all learning apps should be completely separate from the classroom — that’s where comes in. The app offers children a fun and convenient way to learn how to play chess. When we learn the rules of chess and start playing, we just enjoy the process of playing, that’s all!

Find it: Website



Oluwadamilola Soyombo
TCKzone blog

I'm a UX/UI Designer. I appreciate transforming complex issues into straightforward interface designs.