Thursday, July 28, 2016

Kids Academy App Review

*This item was given to Southern Mommas Reviews for free in order to write an honest opinion on

Lately my son has been big into mommy's phone and iPad. I don't want my son playing hours and hours of noneducational junk. I want him learning as much as possible. Kids Academy has been one of the best apps my son could ever have. Kids Academy offers so many apps for all age groups! Kids Academy also offers a wide range of worksheets, educational videos, and interactive games all for kids aged from 1 to 5 years old. 

We went with the Preschool & Kindergarten App. Since my son will be entering Pre K2 this August we thought it would be best fit for him. My son has had help with learning ABC's, Numbers, Reading, Writing, & Math. My son was entertained for hours and he was actually learning! I do not know if I loved this app more or if he did!

I am so excited to get my son learning before he goes into school, just giving him a little head start! What is great about this app is that it makes learning fun for kids! It is also great that this app is easy to get around in. My son knows how to work this app and get to whatever he wants. I was highly impressed with how much my son is learning from one game! 

Subscription details:

* While the app is free to download some of the content is only available as part of a monthly subscription-based membership. 
* Membership costs $7.99/month and all payments are charged to your iTunes account
* There’s a free 7 day trial that starts right after you confirm your purchase.
* Subscription is automatically renewed at the end of each billing period unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current billing period ends. 
* Subscription can me managed and turned off at any time via your iTunes account. 
* If you have any questions regarding your subscription, don’t hesitate to contact us. 

Enjoy watching your kids get ready for school and explore the world of education while having loads of fun on the way!

Check out Kids Academy 

1 comment:

  1. My sister in law home schools her girls and this would be perfect. The girls can not watch regular tv and are always learning. This costs as much as Netflix, not bad.