My younger two daughters absolutely love the Little Scholar Tablet®.
My youngest was immediately drawn to the style of the tablet. She thought she had her own Ipad and enjoys exploring all the apps. In the Preschool section, she loves the Flashcards, the ebooks and the app Colors, Shapes and More. I love when they sit together and play. That is a true learning moment.
My 8 year old is headed to third grade. Although many of the apps are for younger children, there is one that I noticed that she really likes on her own. It is the State of Confusion app. With this app, you can find the state puzzle pieces and learn the names. Then you can learn the state capitals and flowers. She loves this geography app!
As an elementary school teacher, I liked that all the apps came preprogrammed on the tablet. Little Scholar keeps my 4 year old’s interest and gives her the ability to explore independently.
School Zone, the company that brought you educational workbooks and flash cards for decades has now taken all that wonderful content and created a kids’ tablet, Little Scholar®.
Unique to the marketplace, Little Scholar features and A+ app that allows parents to track their child’s progress and see how much time their child has spent on each individual topic or curriculum area. Parents can use an App Management Tool to choose from the preloaded 200 apps, videos, songs and e-books that are active on Little Scholar, so the can tailor the content to fit the learning needs of their children. The apps are valued at nearly $400 worth FREE content. There’s no need to buy additional apps (although you can if you want).