Across the United States and other countries, adults and children alike are stuck in their homes for work, school, and more amid the ongoing pandemic, so Apple has is offering a collection of curated content across all of its apps that’s aimed at families.
In the Apple TV app, Apple has a Kids tab available that sorts TV shows and content by age, plus there are a number of children’s shows on Apple TV+, including “Snoopy in Space,” “Helpsters” and “Ghostwriter.”
Apple Podcasts is featuring a number of podcasts designed for kids, such as “Get Smart, Stay Smart” and “Stories and Adventures.”
As Apple announced earlier this month, the Apple Books app also has a number of free books and audiobooks that are for children, including “Winnie the Pooh,” “The Secret Garden,” “Sesame Street Classics,” and more.
The App Store also has quite a few apps that offer free content that can keep children entertained.
- Kinedu – A baby development app that’s free until April 15th.
- Epic! – Offers more than 35,000 ebooks, audiobooks, videos, and more for kids 12 and under. Free until the end of the school year.
- Kahoot! – Learning and trivia app Kahoot is offering its premium version for free. It lets users create practice quizzes for learning new content.
- Headspace – Meditation app Headspace is offering free access to all K-12 teachers, school administrators, and supporting staff in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. A selection of content called “Weathering the Storm” is also available.
- GoNoodle – A fitness app for kids, GoNoodle offers ad-free content.
- Cosmic Kids – Cosmic Kids is a free app offering yoga routines for children.
- Khan Academy – A free app that offers classes on math, science, history, economics, and tons more.
- Quizlet – Lets students study and practice what they’re learning with create-your-own flashcards.
All of the above listed content can be found in Apple’s App Store, Music, Books, Podcasts, and TV apps.