Confined within four walls, parents and kids are at a loss. There are several apps that kids can access. For the ones who are hooked to comics and for those who want to build castles and develop cities, there is something for each one. Here are a few.
This is a phonics game where children can create a monster that helps them to improve their reading skills.
Paid on Android and IOS (₹100)
This popular game is suitable for those aged above 10. Minecraft is all about creating and exploring. You can build cities ,castles and learn a lot of stuff as you go deeper into the game.
Paid on Android, IOS, Windows (₹500)
Sometimes you just want to plonk your kid in front of a screen and keep them engaged with videos. This is where YouTube Kids comes in handy. It has a lot of kid-friendly content and you can limit the screen time.
Free on Android, IOS
This popular app is a word game with a twist. Children can see a series of pictures that combine to make a word. For example, pictures of an ear and a ring combine to form an earring. It also has brain teasers and trivia sections.
Free on IOS, Android
Created by Ahmedabad-based developer Designmate. Plantale is all about observing the growth of a plant from a seed. The augmented reality-based game tells you all about the anatomy and morphology of plant part.
Free on IOS
The game to practice mathematics for schoolchildren has multiple modes like math-based puzzles, time challenges and memory games. It is fun designed to make learning fun.
Free on Android
The digital version of Amar Chitra Katha comics has more than 300 stories that have been digitally remastered.
Free on IOS and Android (with in-app purchases)