Joy Sprouts Preschool Educational App

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Joy Sprouts Preschool Educational App

Looking to give your preschooler a little jump start? Apps are becoming a popular and affordable way to provide young children with both educational materials and entertainment. Enter Joy Sprouts, a preschool educational app designed for children ages 2-6.

Created by educational professionals, Joy Sprouts’ award winning games and activities develop a range of important skills to help your child’s total development. The app focuses on helping your child improve in 5 key areas:

  • Cognition and General Knowledge (Math, Science, and Social studies)
  • Language and Literacy
  • Learning Approaches
  • Social and Emotional Development
  • Physical Development and Health

The app provides personalized reports that allow you to follow your child’s progress across key areas of development. Based on the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services’ Head Start Framework, Joy Sprouts will delight your child while ensuring they are learning important skills. The customizable reports show areas of improvement and weakness, as well as recommendations from Joy Sprout’s educational experts on additional modules to help your child reach their full potential.

Joy Sprouts Preschool Educational App

The app is easy to use. When you install it you are prompted to add one or more children. Enter their name, sex, and date of birth. Then it’s time to play!

Joy Sprouts Preschool Educational App

Joy Sprouts comes with several modules preloaded. -New learning modules are slated to be added every month for ongoing development.

Joy Sprouts Preschool Educational App

Where Is Pooky leads Garfield on a quest to find Pooky.

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Skills covered in this module reenforce shape and color recognition, reasoning and pattern recognition.

Joy Sprouts Preschool Educational App

In That’s My Job your child picks what occupation Garfield is in, and then does tasks associated with that job.

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The main skills in this module are using logic and deductive reasoning.

Joy Sprouts Preschool Educational App

My Dad places your child in a fire station. You help find hidden objects and then put out a fire.

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Skills here require object recognition and matching.

I think the app is terrific. I love how bright and colorful everything is. I appreciate knowing the content in the app comes from early childhood development experts, as well as well known publishers such as Oxford University Press and the BBC. The app is free, which is terrific, and it’s great that there aren’t any in-app purchases to worry about.

The app has already won several awards, including:

  • Silicon Valley’s TiE50 Awards Winner, recognizing top startups internationally
  • Horizon Interactive Awards Gold Winner in Education
  • MobEx’s Best Mobile mCommerce Award

What early educational skills does your child enjoy practicing and learning?


Download the app for free in the iTunes store

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  1. My kids are too old for this app, but I will share it with my relatives who have younger kids. It looks like a fun app!

  2. This looks like a great app. I think my nieces would really enjoy this. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I love things like this that turn teaching into what it should be, fun. If you can help kids make that association early, it makes a lot of things much easier.

  4. I love a good educational app! They are going to be using electronics anyways right? lol

  5. My kids love interactive learning games and with them getting new iPads this year I want to pre-stock them with great learning games. This one looks perfect for them!

  6. I did them all with all my kids more with the first and less with the last. Time factor as a working mom. Funny thing is it was time together and a way to share with them–call it play.

  7. This looks like a great app for my friends kids. My kids used to love practicing spelling. My dad would give them change for every word they spelled right.

  8. This sounds like a great app. I loved when I could make learning fun when my son was little.

  9. I love using educational apps to supplement my 4 year old’s budding skills. He loves to get my iPad and play, so it’s a win-win for both of us!

  10. I like that Garfield is becoming popular! These games really do look fun and that is so important when dealing with little kids!

  11. that sounds like a great app. Perfect for the little ones. I’m going to have to tell my sister-in-law about this for my niece.

  12. I always loved interactive things like this that get kids interesting in learning. It’s a lot easier to get them learning if it’s fun.

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