In this week’s Apps Gone Free Series, we are featuring three apps you can use with your kids for learning Math and English. The apps are free today and only for a limited period of time. Learn English Listening Master app, as its name indicates, helps young learners develop their English listening skills through exposing them to a wide variety of spoken interactions where English is being used in real contexts. Kids will get to listen to audio output and then type what they hear. As for the the other apps, both of them are math apps: CALC Swift is a popular smart calculator to help students with their daily math, and Money Math Duel makes learning math fun through currency conversion games.
“English Listening Master is the first application of its kind to make a game out of improving your English listening skills through dictation using real English conversations in a fun, enjoyable and educational way. Learn real English and practice your English listening skills by typing the letters of the words you hear or tapping the words of the audio to form the sentences.”
1- CALC Swift
“CALC is super intelligent, multi-functional scientific calculator that makes doing math look like art. It has built-in on-screen timer, notif. center Widget, Custom Keyboard, many pre-set functions like Date-time and Base computations and limitless combination of colors, fonts, shapes and sizes. CALC features standard basic & scientific calculator functions, history log, and an elegant user interface. The quick timer is designed to help your track remaining mins:secs whenever you are on schedule.”
“I built Money Math Duel for my daughter who is in second grade and learning currency. I wanted a way for her to practice adding up coins and dollars to get more familiar with making change or paying for items. Customize each side to make it easier or harder depending on the player. This is a great way to equalize the playing field if one player is stronger than the other. For example, one player can adjust their settings to only generate questions between $15 and $20, while player two can adjust their settings to only generate questions between $0.01 and $1.”
Source: Apps Gone Free