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Khan Academy Kids

Khan Academy Kids

Khan Academy

Thousands of fun activities to help kids learn math, reading, spelling, and more

4.8 Ratings 72K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads

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    Khan Academy is a rich resource for homeschooling. With over 1000 educational books and resources, you can find the right subjects and learning curriculum for your young ones. What's more, lots of visuals are in use to keep your kids engaged while learning.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Do you want to help your child learn about the ocean and tide pools? There are more than 100 free lessons here about all subjects. It makes learning interesting and fun.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When your kids are craving 30 more minutes of screen time, you can direct them to games that won't burn through your data or your bandwidth. Plus, they'll find educational value in their gaming experiences while working their learning muscles as they play.
    img by Aubrey
    10 months ago
  • img Community
    When it comes to the years 1200-1700 AD, history lessons tend to be boring, especially for children. With the right resources on their tablets, however, children can make Medieval history come to life.
    img by Stefan
    5 months ago
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    Free vs Paid Elementary School Math Games 2021

    As virtual learning becomes more widespread and people turn to apps to supplement their kids’ education, we take a look to see which ones come out on top. 

  • A+ app for kids! Jan 1, 2021

    By keeperofthecookies
    My daughter(age 7) used Khan Academy in school prior to the 2020 pandemic. Our school district listed Khan Academy as a resource to use when schools began closing in March. We used it in addition to her other school work during that time. We decided to try this app for our son that is preschool age but needs just a little more time before introduction to a public setting and teachers; he’s our spirited one. Our son (age 4) LOVES this app, he willingly selects Khan Academy when we give him screen time. He actually stays engaged for long periods of time and has fun doing it. He uses the information learned from his lessons and applies it to his toys or in real life settings. He’s even begun to read short stories!! In conclusion, my personal opinion is that this app is amazing. If you have children that are already in school and need a little something to stay engaged; get this app. If you have a wild tornado child (our son) that has shown interest in learning but they are not quite ready to be put into a school setting; get this app. They go at their own pace and advance to the next subject after mastering the first. They also offer additional resources on the website for your kids, such as circle time videos, free printable worksheets. I wish more educational websites/apps worked like Khan Academy! Again, my own personal opinion and each family/child is different, but Khan Academy is a perfect fit for us.
  • Nov 18, 2021

    By Kira Cornell
    I was looking for something to let my son use for a few minutes while I am getting his little sister down for her nap everyday. This app is perfect! No ads and no purchases to worry about and with plenty of things to keep his interest so he doesn't go looking for something else to do. He has had it for only four days had not even an hour of play time all together but he is already able to tell me what sound A B & C make and even identify words starting with these letters. This is a keeper!
  • Very well-designed for actual learning Sep 10, 2020

    By CrocoPhile
    My 4-year-old has been cruising through several apps over the summer and most seem to be designed to entertain kids with a hope that they’ll learn something, or they’re a mashup of kid shows and other “silly” content. I’m not saying they’re *bad* but my daughter is definitely more checked out after being on them after a while. They also don’t take into account kids different learning levels. The apps are the same for every kid. Khan Academy Kids is not like that. You can pick the difficulty level to match your kid’s ability which is awesome. I set up two profiles for my daughter. One set at kindergarten level that she can use in her own, and one at 1st grade level that she can do with a bit of monitoring if she gets stuck. It’s awesome. The whole experience is designed to promote learning in a way that’s engaging for kids but not silly. Everything has been designed with purpose. There are so many small details that I’ve noticed in the app that help my daughter get unstuck. They really do such a good job keeping kids focused on the right things and instructing in a way that is easy to understand and relatable for kids. Even the characters voices are soothing and child-like, as if it was a veteran kindergarten teacher speaking. Brilliant all around!
  • Nov 9, 2021

    By S J
    I love that this is offerered at no cost and is much more educational than some paid education programs. It covers a large area of subjects, however, some of the lessons are confusing to my homeschooler. I have a few issues with the lessons like when it says beginning sounds "c" and part of the lesson works on a different letter sound than what is indicated. That made it more confusing for my kid. Each letter should have an exclusive lesson. But overall, I think this a good program. Learns a lot
  • A+ app for kids! Jan 1, 2021

    By keeperofthecookies
    My daughter(age 7) used Khan Academy in school prior to the 2020 pandemic. Our school district listed Khan Academy as a resource to use when schools began closing in March. We used it in addition to her other school work during that time. We decided to try this app for our son that is preschool age but needs just a little more time before introduction to a public setting and teachers; he’s our spirited one. Our son (age 4) LOVES this app, he willingly selects Khan Academy when we give him screen time. He actually stays engaged for long periods of time and has fun doing it. He uses the information learned from his lessons and applies it to his toys or in real life settings. He’s even begun to read short stories!! In conclusion, my personal opinion is that this app is amazing. If you have children that are already in school and need a little something to stay engaged; get this app. If you have a wild tornado child (our son) that has shown interest in learning but they are not quite ready to be put into a school setting; get this app. They go at their own pace and advance to the next subject after mastering the first. They also offer additional resources on the website for your kids, such as circle time videos, free printable worksheets. I wish more educational websites/apps worked like Khan Academy! Again, my own personal opinion and each family/child is different, but Khan Academy is a perfect fit for us.
  • Nov 18, 2021

    By Kira Cornell
    I was looking for something to let my son use for a few minutes while I am getting his little sister down for her nap everyday. This app is perfect! No ads and no purchases to worry about and with plenty of things to keep his interest so he doesn't go looking for something else to do. He has had it for only four days had not even an hour of play time all together but he is already able to tell me what sound A B & C make and even identify words starting with these letters. This is a keeper!
  • Very well-designed for actual learning Sep 10, 2020

    By CrocoPhile
    My 4-year-old has been cruising through several apps over the summer and most seem to be designed to entertain kids with a hope that they’ll learn something, or they’re a mashup of kid shows and other “silly” content. I’m not saying they’re *bad* but my daughter is definitely more checked out after being on them after a while. They also don’t take into account kids different learning levels. The apps are the same for every kid. Khan Academy Kids is not like that. You can pick the difficulty level to match your kid’s ability which is awesome. I set up two profiles for my daughter. One set at kindergarten level that she can use in her own, and one at 1st grade level that she can do with a bit of monitoring if she gets stuck. It’s awesome. The whole experience is designed to promote learning in a way that’s engaging for kids but not silly. Everything has been designed with purpose. There are so many small details that I’ve noticed in the app that help my daughter get unstuck. They really do such a good job keeping kids focused on the right things and instructing in a way that is easy to understand and relatable for kids. Even the characters voices are soothing and child-like, as if it was a veteran kindergarten teacher speaking. Brilliant all around!
  • Nov 9, 2021

    By S J
    I love that this is offerered at no cost and is much more educational than some paid education programs. It covers a large area of subjects, however, some of the lessons are confusing to my homeschooler. I have a few issues with the lessons like when it says beginning sounds "c" and part of the lesson works on a different letter sound than what is indicated. That made it more confusing for my kid. Each letter should have an exclusive lesson. But overall, I think this a good program. Learns a lot
  • Best in the World but... May 13, 2020

    By Ben Tolosa
    Khan Academy Kids is excellent in every respect: teaching, entertaining, FREE, humungous database of great quality content. It is a 5 start app, no question about it. But... the problem is that most activities are loaded from their servers and even if you have a very fast connection; their servers are overwhelmed because this is such a popular and super amazing app, especially being FREE; that millions of parents around the world use it constantly. I use it with my two daughters (2 and 4 years old) every single night. They love it! But often times we have to wait 20 to 30 seconds for a particular module or activity to load. We have a 300mbps Comcast connection with a strong WiFi router which is basically next door. Oh, and I am an IT guys with over 25 years of experience. I am not complaining since this app is FREE and it is the best educational app in the planet by a long stretch. But I wish their servers offer would be more on par with their demand. I have no idea how this amazing company makes money out of this app because they don’t even show you ads. So, I understand why this will continue to be an issue for a while. However, this is an EXCELLENT app, by far the best in the world to teach your kids all that it’s offered inside the app. 5 stars and super highly recommended!!
  • Nov 18, 2021

    By Jerrick Fryson
    Great platform for building minds. All my students are able to be taught based on their personalized learning needs. Still having a bit of difficulty getting the email function for progress reports to work. Keeps getting "The location fd://43#!/KhanKids_ todays date_Assignments.html cannot be played." message. I've been screenshotting for the time being but that's getting tiresome. Would Love for this function to actually work for me. Fully updated app on Chromebook 311.
  • Makes screen time worth it’s weight in gold! Jun 1, 2020

    By Nishadal
    We recently purchased an iPad as corona and sheltering in place got the better of us. We were parents who avoided screen time like plague for our 2.5 year old son. But with schools closed and work from home getting challenging, we caved. However, the only app on his iPad is Khan Kids and with that, we have no regrets. He has learnt so much from watching those videos and playing the interactive word and logic puzzles that he has mastered most 3 letter spellings. Having been schooled in india, we as parents also found it informative to watch some of the phonics videos and unlearn our ways of learning and learn to teach him the way things are taught in schools here: the best part is no ads. We love the app so much that we are now recurring monthly contributors to khan kids. One suggestion for developers is to be able to increase the pool of words that feature in the word puzzles or allow parents to increase difficulty level once kids have aced a certain section of the learning. When the same set of 3 letter words repeat, my son begins to lose interest and gets visibly frustrated. He says ‘I just did this cody’ and gets upset when Cody gives him the same choices over and over again :)
  • Oct 15, 2021

    By Reony Tonneyck
    I've tried tons of these "Kids" apps and games, and this one is the best by far. My 3 year old always asks for this one first, and not only has a good time, but develops some skills without even realizing it. There are some interactions that can be improved, but overall I'm blown away by the thought and quality. The voice acting and character animations are excellent! Been telling all my friends with kids about it.
  • Excellent preschool reading and math skill app Jul 9, 2019

    By nuovo-ikat
    This is a really excellent app, not for the least of which because it is FREE (truly free). There is a ton of content in this app. My son especially enjoys the books. He is difficult to read books to because he wants to talk about the pictures, or which words rhyme, or his feet, instead of listening to me, and doesn’t want to read aloud himself (though he can), if he is even willing to sit still at all. The books in the app can be read without sound or the app will read it to you. He usually chooses to have it read aloud to him, and he actually sits and listens patiently 😅. The tasks started off too easy so my son became bored at first but I encouraged him to keep going because they do get harder. That would probably be my only complaint: it takes a while to get to level appropriate material because of the linear progression. Of course, my son purposefully gets it wrong sometimes to see what happens, then laughs his head off, so maybe it’s not the app’s fault. The rewards are cute, though, and keep him interested. There is both online and offline content, and it is easy to check your child’s progress. A++.
  • Sep 25, 2021

    By Theresa Marie Aguilar
    Highly recommend! Khan Academy Kids has some cool concepts in here such as under and bigger. The lessons/games are not too short or too long. You can select content by age and if you find it too hard or too easy just adjust the age accordingly. It is really nice to have something to occupy my 4 year old that is interactive and productive. Letters, numbers, math, reading, and theory are all categories you can choose from. They also pull from Super Simple Songs which my son is familiar with so that was a fun surprise for him. Thank you Khan Academy for this really great app!

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  • img Community
    Khan Academy is a rich resource for homeschooling. With over 1000 educational books and resources, you can find the right subjects and learning curriculum for your young ones. What's more, lots of visuals are in use to keep your kids engaged while learning.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Do you want to help your child learn about the ocean and tide pools? There are more than 100 free lessons here about all subjects. It makes learning interesting and fun.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When your kids are craving 30 more minutes of screen time, you can direct them to games that won't burn through your data or your bandwidth. Plus, they'll find educational value in their gaming experiences while working their learning muscles as they play.
    img by Aubrey
    10 months ago
  • img Community
    When it comes to the years 1200-1700 AD, history lessons tend to be boring, especially for children. With the right resources on their tablets, however, children can make Medieval history come to life.
    img by Stefan
    5 months ago
  • img Expert Free vs Paid Kids Reading Games: Pre-K through 5th Grade

    Free vs Paid Kids Reading Games: Pre-K through 5th Grade

    Reading is a skill that quite literally lasts a lifetime, so it's important to start out with the right tools. But do you really need to pay for them to get ahead? Here's what we found.

  • img Expert Free vs Paid Elementary School Math Games 2021

    Free vs Paid Elementary School Math Games 2021

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  • A+ app for kids! Jan 1, 2021

    By keeperofthecookies
    My daughter(age 7) used Khan Academy in school prior to the 2020 pandemic. Our school district listed Khan Academy as a resource to use when schools began closing in March. We used it in addition to her other school work during that time. We decided to try this app for our son that is preschool age but needs just a little more time before introduction to a public setting and teachers; he’s our spirited one. Our son (age 4) LOVES this app, he willingly selects Khan Academy when we give him screen time. He actually stays engaged for long periods of time and has fun doing it. He uses the information learned from his lessons and applies it to his toys or in real life settings. He’s even begun to read short stories!! In conclusion, my personal opinion is that this app is amazing. If you have children that are already in school and need a little something to stay engaged; get this app. If you have a wild tornado child (our son) that has shown interest in learning but they are not quite ready to be put into a school setting; get this app. They go at their own pace and advance to the next subject after mastering the first. They also offer additional resources on the website for your kids, such as circle time videos, free printable worksheets. I wish more educational websites/apps worked like Khan Academy! Again, my own personal opinion and each family/child is different, but Khan Academy is a perfect fit for us.
  • Nov 18, 2021

    By Kira Cornell
    I was looking for something to let my son use for a few minutes while I am getting his little sister down for her nap everyday. This app is perfect! No ads and no purchases to worry about and with plenty of things to keep his interest so he doesn't go looking for something else to do. He has had it for only four days had not even an hour of play time all together but he is already able to tell me what sound A B & C make and even identify words starting with these letters. This is a keeper!
  • Very well-designed for actual learning Sep 10, 2020

    By CrocoPhile
    My 4-year-old has been cruising through several apps over the summer and most seem to be designed to entertain kids with a hope that they’ll learn something, or they’re a mashup of kid shows and other “silly” content. I’m not saying they’re *bad* but my daughter is definitely more checked out after being on them after a while. They also don’t take into account kids different learning levels. The apps are the same for every kid. Khan Academy Kids is not like that. You can pick the difficulty level to match your kid’s ability which is awesome. I set up two profiles for my daughter. One set at kindergarten level that she can use in her own, and one at 1st grade level that she can do with a bit of monitoring if she gets stuck. It’s awesome. The whole experience is designed to promote learning in a way that’s engaging for kids but not silly. Everything has been designed with purpose. There are so many small details that I’ve noticed in the app that help my daughter get unstuck. They really do such a good job keeping kids focused on the right things and instructing in a way that is easy to understand and relatable for kids. Even the characters voices are soothing and child-like, as if it was a veteran kindergarten teacher speaking. Brilliant all around!
  • Best in the World but... May 13, 2020

    By Ben Tolosa
    Khan Academy Kids is excellent in every respect: teaching, entertaining, FREE, humungous database of great quality content. It is a 5 start app, no question about it. But... the problem is that most activities are loaded from their servers and even if you have a very fast connection; their servers are overwhelmed because this is such a popular and super amazing app, especially being FREE; that millions of parents around the world use it constantly. I use it with my two daughters (2 and 4 years old) every single night. They love it! But often times we have to wait 20 to 30 seconds for a particular module or activity to load. We have a 300mbps Comcast connection with a strong WiFi router which is basically next door. Oh, and I am an IT guys with over 25 years of experience. I am not complaining since this app is FREE and it is the best educational app in the planet by a long stretch. But I wish their servers offer would be more on par with their demand. I have no idea how this amazing company makes money out of this app because they don’t even show you ads. So, I understand why this will continue to be an issue for a while. However, this is an EXCELLENT app, by far the best in the world to teach your kids all that it’s offered inside the app. 5 stars and super highly recommended!!
  • Makes screen time worth it’s weight in gold! Jun 1, 2020

    By Nishadal
    We recently purchased an iPad as corona and sheltering in place got the better of us. We were parents who avoided screen time like plague for our 2.5 year old son. But with schools closed and work from home getting challenging, we caved. However, the only app on his iPad is Khan Kids and with that, we have no regrets. He has learnt so much from watching those videos and playing the interactive word and logic puzzles that he has mastered most 3 letter spellings. Having been schooled in india, we as parents also found it informative to watch some of the phonics videos and unlearn our ways of learning and learn to teach him the way things are taught in schools here: the best part is no ads. We love the app so much that we are now recurring monthly contributors to khan kids. One suggestion for developers is to be able to increase the pool of words that feature in the word puzzles or allow parents to increase difficulty level once kids have aced a certain section of the learning. When the same set of 3 letter words repeat, my son begins to lose interest and gets visibly frustrated. He says ‘I just did this cody’ and gets upset when Cody gives him the same choices over and over again :)
  • Oct 15, 2021

    By Reony Tonneyck
    I've tried tons of these "Kids" apps and games, and this one is the best by far. My 3 year old always asks for this one first, and not only has a good time, but develops some skills without even realizing it. There are some interactions that can be improved, but overall I'm blown away by the thought and quality. The voice acting and character animations are excellent! Been telling all my friends with kids about it.
  • Excellent preschool reading and math skill app Jul 9, 2019

    By nuovo-ikat
    This is a really excellent app, not for the least of which because it is FREE (truly free). There is a ton of content in this app. My son especially enjoys the books. He is difficult to read books to because he wants to talk about the pictures, or which words rhyme, or his feet, instead of listening to me, and doesn’t want to read aloud himself (though he can), if he is even willing to sit still at all. The books in the app can be read without sound or the app will read it to you. He usually chooses to have it read aloud to him, and he actually sits and listens patiently 😅. The tasks started off too easy so my son became bored at first but I encouraged him to keep going because they do get harder. That would probably be my only complaint: it takes a while to get to level appropriate material because of the linear progression. Of course, my son purposefully gets it wrong sometimes to see what happens, then laughs his head off, so maybe it’s not the app’s fault. The rewards are cute, though, and keep him interested. There is both online and offline content, and it is easy to check your child’s progress. A++.
  • Sep 25, 2021

    By Theresa Marie Aguilar
    Highly recommend! Khan Academy Kids has some cool concepts in here such as under and bigger. The lessons/games are not too short or too long. You can select content by age and if you find it too hard or too easy just adjust the age accordingly. It is really nice to have something to occupy my 4 year old that is interactive and productive. Letters, numbers, math, reading, and theory are all categories you can choose from. They also pull from Super Simple Songs which my son is familiar with so that was a fun surprise for him. Thank you Khan Academy for this really great app!
  • Great kids learning app Sep 7, 2020

    By TiffanyVaughan
    We’ve been using khan academy for a few weeks now and are really impressed. All the content is the same as these pre-k and kindergarten workbooks I bought for my 5 year old, yet he had no interest in the workbooks, but when I introduced him to khan academy he was instantly engaged and asking to spend more time doing the exercises and activities through the app. The way it’s set up is fun for kids, and there are prizes they can collect as they complete different activities. My son loves bugs, and it happens that one of the prize options is always a big choice, so he loves that! There’s a large library of books to choose from, which khan partners with National Geographic to bring many kids science books to the app. The only downside is a child won’t learn how to hold a pencil/pen for that fine motor skill, but that is pretty minor in comparison to everything else they will learn through the app. I just add in additional non-screen time activities to help my kids fine motor skills, and I feel like they are getting a well rounded education.
  • Nov 20, 2021

    By Carol Bell
    A great tool to help parents to teach their children at home during this pandemic. My granddaughter is autistic, using this app is helping her with non-verbal skills such as pointing, using gestures and joint attention. I love it 💕
  • Nov 9, 2021

    By S J
    I love that this is offerered at no cost and is much more educational than some paid education programs. It covers a large area of subjects, however, some of the lessons are confusing to my homeschooler. I have a few issues with the lessons like when it says beginning sounds "c" and part of the lesson works on a different letter sound than what is indicated. That made it more confusing for my kid. Each letter should have an exclusive lesson. But overall, I think this a good program. Learns a lot
  • Nov 18, 2021

    By Jerrick Fryson
    Great platform for building minds. All my students are able to be taught based on their personalized learning needs. Still having a bit of difficulty getting the email function for progress reports to work. Keeps getting "The location fd://43#!/KhanKids_ todays date_Assignments.html cannot be played." message. I've been screenshotting for the time being but that's getting tiresome. Would Love for this function to actually work for me. Fully updated app on Chromebook 311.
  • Nov 17, 2021

    By mike swartz
    I'm planning to use this as a Speech Therapy practice for my son. So far this is what I was looking for. The suggestion I would make is perhaps making the letter sounds easier to find. ..and perhaps linking each letter sound video together- like to like. Perhaps a tab just for pronunciation
  • Totally Free with no Ads Mar 6, 2019

    By Niyalicous
    My daughter is in kgarten. She was heavily addicted to yt kids and i despised that because a lot of content is garbage and depending on what they watch it’s a constant commercial with stuff being directly and indirectly targeted at them. So finally weaned her off of ytk and ioad in general. Now that I hit the reset button on her. I told her the majority of her time needs to be spent on educational apps and then she can have 15m on ytk. Khan kids she loves and will stay on at last a 1/2 hour learning while playing. Then the singalongs is something she enjoys as well. Hopefully they can put more site words for different age and stages but this goes up to 6 years old which is 1st grade and by that time they can use khan academy! Which I use for my other 3 kiddies and adults can use it too. That’s the icing on the cake!!!
  • Excellent filler activity for 2.5 yr old May 3, 2020

    By Sassafraspuzzler
    I was skeptical (and hesitant) to try this with my 2.5 yr old but he quickly (scarily?) figured out how to navigate to the games, books and videos. He loves the songs and now sings along. He’s learning lower case letters just from accidentally selecting those games. I feel comfortable setting a 20 min timer on the iPad and letting him go to town, jumping around to whatever he wants. He’s very good about knowing that when iPad timer goes off, he’s done. Perfect amount of time for me to get chores done or make lunch. My one critique is the books are so short and could be a bit more engaging (faster?) for a toddler’s attention span, but generally just really appreciate the simplicity and pace of this app.
  • So grateful Aug 7, 2020

    By Revenant Saint
    So grateful for this app. A fun and educational experience. My toddler loves it and has shown improvement in her reasoning skills. Best of all, it’s free! I have no problem with paying a few bucks to purchase an app, but in my search for a decent educational app for my kid, I found apps riddled with ridiculous price tags and in app purchases and/or subscriptions. So I was ecstatic to find this one. Moreover khan academy has proven its not about the money, it’s about the education and creating a fun learning environment. Now the reason I gave it only four stars out of five is because the app occasionally freezes on the ipad. Hopefully this issue will be fixed but it doesn’t detract from the overall positive experience.
  • Assignments not marked Feb 16, 2021

    By Hunce Farn
    I absolutely love this app! I am a preschool teacher, and have used the app for snow days... my kids love it! it was so handy to add all my kids, even if different ages, and add assignments to only certain students if I wanted, or all quickly. The one thing that has bumped my review down to only 4 stars is that sometimes the assignments show up as done one day and not done the next for the same student (in the assignments view). I have to click on each student to see who actually completed it. That’s my only complaint, as it can be very confusing and time consuming to hunt down the true state of completion across my class. Though sometimes it works perfectly. 🤷‍♀️
  • Favorite free learning app but too much junk food! Sep 5, 2021

    By Emyredd
    We have loved khan Academy for many years for both my husband and myself and our child! I truly appreciate the amazing tool that you all provide for free. However it is very important for us to build a healthy lifestyle foundation for our children, and this app uses way too much junk food in the lessons. We are very careful about my sons that has type one diabetes runs in our family and he has never had ice cream or cookies, cakes or candy. I think it’s so sad that such an Amazing Ave., Hass to use ice cream for accounting, or cookies as an incentive. In general they do a great job, but why not change out the junk food or healthy alternatives ?
  • THANKFUL MOM 🙂 Apr 15, 2020

    By SLEEPING BEAUTY💤
    During this time I had been searching for an app that was suitable for my 5 year old. I wanted to keep him on track of learning the same things he was in school. Needless to say I found KAK and as I reviewed the materials it had to offer, I was happy and immediately downloaded. AND THE BEST THING ABOUT IT, ITS FREE!!! I connect him to it daily, it’s easy for him to work thru and FUN, He LOVES IT!!! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND KAK. Thank You So Much!!!❤️❤️❤️ I also have a recently turned 9 year old and even tho it doesn’t have exactly everything he was getting in school (3rd grade)it does have some and still helps. But I would love to see his age content on KAK too so I can keep him going as well. Thanks Again.
  • Great app; has some room for improvement May 13, 2020

    By CollegeGurl21
    First of all, my roommate’s preschooler LOVES this app. She’s always asking to play it. But we’ve encountered some issues. I am teaching her at home as I am out of work and her mom is working. First of all, it would be REALLY nice if coloring/drawing could be disabled until the day’s assignments are completed. Kids aren’t stupid. If they have access, they will go to what’s “fun” Also, we should have the option to make assignments for future dates. Because instead, I am going in each day to add the new assignments. Now onto some play issues. The balloon letters. It LASTS FOREVER. She grew increasingly frustrated that it wasn’t over yet. There was no end in sight. How many letters are they meant to do in that game? It would also be nice if glossary terms in Books could be read aloud. Also the photo captions. Overall, she loves the app, I hate that she can record in coloring. She loves that and gets sneaky with it and catches our voices. We are always figuring out new things and every day is exciting.
  • Nov 2, 2021

    By J. R. Van Dusseldorp
    This is a great AP but disappointing that we cannot specify if the child has special needs, non-verbal or learning at a much younger age so it can be set up at preschool even if over eight because that is where they are not should be. Other than that, great help.
  • Not well done Jul 15, 2018

    By App res
    App is confusing and buggy. An example of confusion: they used an existing YT video where bears roll off the bed, and the kid is supposed to count the number of bears. Khan lazily fast forwards the video. So it starts out with “10 bears” but the video is FF, and you hear “1 fell out” but there are now 6 bears left. So the kid may think “10 - 1 is 9” and chooses 9 (which is an option!) and now the kid it confused. Another example is when dragging and dropping in boxes. PBS Kids is liberal with this. Khan seems to require exactness and if the center of mass of the object isn’t inside the square, it tells the kid they are wrong. It is buggy mostly in that it requires an internet connection. There have been login issues (why do you need to log in? Why? There is no rationale I can think of. I thought Khan was a nonprofit?). When switching between modes like reading and logic it has to wait for a server response or something. Why have an app? The point of apps was to take advantage of the mobile device. Instead this is just a web site masquerading as an app. I feel ultimately the app developers and PMs just didn’t do well here. Instead of creating a bunch of mediocre activities in a mediocre “app” they should have built a great app experience with excellent content and added more excellent content every week or two.
  • Developer: Fix please - avoid upper screen area Jan 21, 2020

    By Shinkimchi
    (Update/Response) Received the tip on disabling access to the Control Center in setting, however, that’s not what I’m talking about. The Control Center is from the bottom of the screen. I’m talking about the Notification Center, from the TOP of the screen. And there’s no features to disable access to it within the app. So designers/developers need to be aware of that limitation and not put draggable items so-far-up at the top of the screen. (Original) It’s a great app. My kid loves it except whenever there’s buttons, or draggable items in the upper part of the screen. It keeps on pulling down the Notification Center window instead, so she quits playing. Maybe not an issue on the iPad, on it’s a major issue on the iPhone. I would give 5*s if it wasn’t for that issue.

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