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15 Best Learning Apps for Adults

You are never too old to keep learning.

If you thought learning comes with an age limit, it is time you change your mind. There are many examples of people in this world who have pursued learning at later stages of their lives, for their passion for it. One example is Karthyayani Amma – a nonagenarian from the Indian state of Kerala, who passed the literacy examination with flying colours at the age of 96. She had to stop her education due to responsibilities in life; but, ever since she got the opportunity to continue her education in her nineties, Karthyayani Amma has remained unstoppable.

There are many such people who exist among us and are still looking for an opportunity. Sometimes it is the responsibilities in life and sometimes it is the physical and intellectual disabilities that make learning a far-fetched dream for many. However, with technology being an integral part of the field of education today, there are plenty of options for you to continue learning without actually having to wait until you are free of all your responsibilities.

Today, there are many apps – learning apps in general as well as learning apps for adults that help you to learn the subjects of your interest at your own pace, anytime and anywhere. Even if it is just about expanding your knowledge, upgrading your skills or earning an actual degree, it is all possible with the help of learning apps.

Best Learning Apps for Adults

 

Here is a list of the best 15 learning apps available for adults.

 

1. Duolingo

Whatever the purpose – be it your love for learning or upgrading your skills for the sake of your job, if you want to learn a new language, Duolingo is your go-to app. The app comes in a gamified format with tons of exercises and lessons that help you develop your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in the language of your choice. At present, Duolingo teaches 41 different languages, out of which 38 are for English speakers.

Duolingo App

Duolingo is available for download on

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duolingo&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/duolingo-language-lessons/id570060128).

2. 2048

If you are in for brushing up your math skills and having fun at the same time, 2048 is the app for you. It is a math-based puzzle game app for adults that makes you put your math as well as logical skills to use. Your goal in the game is to join the given numbers to get the 2048 tile. You can move the tiles using the arrow keys and when two tiles of the same number touch, they combine into one.

2048 Adult Apps

You need to continue until you get two tiles with 1024 next to each other and they merge to form the 2048 tile.

2048 app is available for download on

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.androbaby.game2048&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/2048/id840919914).

3. Coursera

Remember the learning programme you never got to pursue because your dream university was far away from your home country and flying there seemed to be an expensive dream? Well, now it is possible through Coursera – the MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) platform that gives you an opportunity to pursue the courses of your choice from top universities online and earn a valid degree, diploma or professional certificate.

coursera

In 2021, Coursera has been offering over 4000 courses by 150 universities, including top educators like Yale University, University of London and Stanford University and more, and tech giants, like Google, Meta and IBM.

Coursera app is available for download on

Google Play Store:-  (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.coursera.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/coursera-learn-new-skills/id736535961).

4. Braille Tutor

Sighted or visually impaired, take your first step towards learning Unified English Braille (UEB) through Braille Tutor app. The app comes with plenty of interactive lessons that allow you to practice and learn Braille. The free version of the app offers exercises to practice writing and contractions – of, the, and, for, and with. You can also go for an in-app purchase worth $1.99 for advanced lessons that teach you shortforms, word signs, group signs and much more.

braille tutor app

Braille Tutor app is available for download in the

Apple Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/braille-tutor/id878463116).

5. Wikipedia

How can we leave out the most popular app that brings a plethora of information at your fingertips? Yes, you know the website and it has an app version for mobile devices as well. Be it any topic – history, math, science, entertainment and much more, Wikipedia helps you expand your knowledge in the blink of an eye.

Many of the information in the app are accompanied by images that give you a better idea of the information you are reading.

You can find Wikipedia app in

Google Play Store:-  (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.wikipedia&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/wikipedia/id324715238).

6. Codeacademy Go

Coding is one of the most in-demand skills of today, with basic coding skills being one of the requirements for many jobs, especially in the IT field. There are even reports suggesting that coding would become a must-have skill in the near future. So, if you are planning to learn to code or to upgrade your coding skills, Codeacademy Go is one app you can rely on. It is a great code learning app for beginners and comes with lessons based on different topics related to coding.

codeacademy go

You can attempt the quiz at the end of each lesson to review what you have learned. You get to learn web development and different coding languages, such as HTML, CSS, Python, Javascript, SQL and much more, in the app.

Codeacademy Go app is available for download on

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ryzac.codecademygo&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store (https://apps.apple.com/in/app/codecademy-go/id1376029326).

7. NASA

If astronomy is your thing, there is no better app than NASA to fill you in with all space-related information. Learn about the different space expeditions, upcoming missions and the latest space news in the app. The app also has a huge collection of images and videos, and other content, such as news, features, etc.

NASA

You can also access new content on a daily basis that would help you keep yourself updated about what is happening in the field of astronomy.

NASA app is available for download on

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gov.nasa&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store :- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nasa/id334325516).

8. Highrise – Virtual Metaverse

Learning does not have to be strictly academic. It also includes the development of your social skills. Highrise is a social networking app where you get to create your own avatars, interact with other users through private or group chat, attend virtual parties, build your own virtual world, and much more.

highrise app

The app also has many fun activities that you can join and meet new people in the metaverse.

Highrise is available for download on

Google Play Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pz.life.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/highrise-metaverse-life-app/id924589795).

9. AmazingTalker

There are plenty of apps that teach you the English language from scratch. But what about an app that helps you achieve your language learning goals by allowing you to choose your own tutor and providing lessons tailor-made for you? And the best part is you can do this anytime, anywhere at your own pace. Sounds cool, right? That is exactly what AmazingTalker app does.

Amazingtalker

The app helps you better your communication skills through video teaching, quizzes and articles.

AmazingTalker app is available for download on

Google Play Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.amazingtalker&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/amazingtalker/id1503450866).

10. Proloquo2Go

There are plenty of learning apps that are sometimes aimed at a general crowd or that are aimed at a specific group of people. Proloquo2Go app belongs to the second category. It is an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) app that gives people with speech difficulties a voice. This app is suitable for anyone with speech impediments due to conditions, such as autism, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, etc.

proloquo2go

They learn to communicate by conveying their needs and messages through the app. Proloquo2Go app is flexible and customizable and comes with different voices and accents to choose from.

Proloquo2Go app is available for download on

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/proloquo2go-aac/id308368164).

11. TED

TED is not your regular “learn your fundamental concepts” kind of app. Instead, you learn from the experiences of different personalities across different industries from around the world. The app features plenty of short talks by known figures in their respective fields. As they take you through their life and career journey, it will definitely send a spark of a new idea or a new knowledge in your mind.

ted logo

TED talks are usually comprehensible despite the topic each of them is about. You also get to download your favourite videos for offline viewing as well.

TED app is available for download on

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ted.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ted/id376183339).

12. Blinkist

If you fall in the category of adults who cannot afford to spend hours reading a book, Blinkist app is your saviour. Blinkist app features a huge collection of summaries of many non-fiction books across 27 categories as well as podcasts. You also have options to listen to audio versions of the books.

blinkist app logo

You can also enjoy reading your favourite books in offline mode in the app.

Blinkist app is available for download on

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blinkslabs.blinkist.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/blinkist-big-ideas-in-15-min/id568839295).

12. Khan Academy

If you plan to restart from where you left off or if you want to review the fundamental concepts that were long learned and forgotten, Khan Academy is your go-to app. The app offers free online courses, lessons and practice sessions across different subjects, including math, art, physics, chemistry and much more. khan academy

The lessons are in the form of short videos that you can access for free.

Khan Academy app is available for download on

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.khanacademy.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/khan-academy/id469863705).

14. Udemy

Another MOOC like Coursera, Udemy offers plenty of courses across different subjects. The only difference is that the app does not provide you with any degrees or certifications other than the certificate of completion of a course. More than academic learning, the app helps you upgrade your professional skills. Anyone can upload a course from anywhere and you can choose to learn any of those courses after purchasing them. You also get to view your learning progress in the progress bar of the app.

You can download Udemy app from

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.udemy.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.udemy.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US).

15. SoloLearn

Gamification and coding lessons combined make the learning process fun, and that is exactly what SoloLearn app does. The app features lessons that teach you how to code. Along with that, there are also coding challenges where you can compete with your peers and earn XP.

sololearn logo

You also have the option to share the code you created with other members of the community and receive their feedback. There is also a leaderboard that lists the top coders using the app.

SoloLearn app is available for download on

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sololearn&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/sololearn-learn-to-code-apps/id1210079064).

There are plenty of learning apps that are already available in the market and those that are awaiting release. But it is a fact that the majority of these learning apps are meant for young students and not specifically adults. Yes, some of these apps, like the ones listed above, are suitable for adults as well. But there is still a need for more learning apps meant exclusively for adults as well, that would help them learn a specific concept or a specific skill of their choice instead of making compromises.

If there is an app with great content capable enough to pique the interest of adults, we would not hesitate to purchase it. Obviously, many of us adults spend a lot on gaming apps. So why not on educational apps, which give us an opportunity to learn something new or enhance our skills? It is time education providers and educational app makers give it serious thought because times have changed and adults love to learn too.

20 Interesting Independence Day Celebrations Ideas & Activities for Schools

It is a proud moment for everyone as we approach another Independence Day on August 15th. This annual observance has a great significance and this special day is celebrated for commemorating our brave leaders and fighters of history who won us the freedom we are enjoying today. On this great occasion, schools usually come up with a lot of interesting Independence Day celebration and activities to help kids learn more about the significance of the day.

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The main activities we usually see every year in schools include Independence Day art and craft activities, drawing and painting competitions on special day themes, group reading history storybooks and a lot more. Are you running out of ideas as the special day is near?

Here let us have a look at some of the interesting Independence Day celebrations and activities for schools that instills the freedom spirit in kids.

1. Flag Hoisting

Hoisting the tricolor is the first and foremost activity that is done in any institution which kicks off the rest of celebrations. In fact celebration for the day is incomplete without this proud moment. Followed by flag hoisting, it is very common to sing the national anthem together which triggers the spirit among kids.

Teachers and parents can take initiatives beforehand to help the kids memorize the national anthem so that they can sing along with all proud and happy feeling.

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2. March Past

You can arrange a march past, which is a parade or a procession, within the school campus or in the neighborhood. This activity can be taken as an opportunity to remind everyone of our freedom fighters and the importance of this day for us, as Indian citizens.

Independence Day March Past

Teachers and parents can help students practice for this activity beforehand. March past can be performed along with a drill after hoisting the tricolor in schools on Independence Day. Apart from spreading the spirit of the day, this activity also teaches children the importance of working together as a team.

3. Vande Mataram Fest

Vande Mataram, our national song, has great significance on this special day as we know how our freedom fighters got inspired and motivated with this beautiful creation all through the freedom struggle. The uniqueness of this song is its versatility and it is truly emotional.

A fest can be arranged where kids can form small to large groups to perform Vande Mataram. It can be anything from vocals, shadow dancing, or drama to classical dance performances which can grace the occasion. Parents can also be invited as part of the program and given an opportunity to feel proud of their kids.

4. Show a Patriotic Movie

It would be a good idea to show a patriotic movie on the big screen using projectors in large school halls or auditoriums. Choose movies that include significant incidents that paved the way to freedom and that show the spirit of fraternity in achieving their goals.

You may also have an interesting session after the movie, where kids can share their understandings or viewpoints from the movie. Of course, interesting movies can make a lasting impact on the understanding of perspectives that students have about the subject.

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5. Patriotic Costume Contest

This is a really interesting activity that can be totally exciting for entry-level middle school and high school students. Kids can dress up as freedom fighters in this special fancy dress competition. They can even include unique items, such as spectacles and walking stick for Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose’s cap and rose for Nehru, to make the activity more colorful.

This will surely give a sense of feeling of patriotism for not only the participants, but also for the kids who are on the audience side.

6. Independence Day Theme Party

Just like any other occasion, arranging a theme party helps to get an overall feel of the special day. Every arrangement for the day can inspire some color combinations from our national flag or related symbols. The organizers can take effort to make the food menu based on themes by including tricolored food items.

Theme based games can be made part of the party and the winners may be presented with a national flag. You may also arrange theme based competitions where kids can work in small groups to make it a success.

7. Explaining Independence Concepts through Nature

Teachers and school authorities can take a brilliant step as part of the Independence Day activities- take kids for a tree plantation drive. This is a great way to explain the concepts of the special day through nature. As we enjoy the hard-earned independence, it is really important to preserve our environment.

The life of trees can be set as an example to convey the ideas of unity and diversity. The growth of trees is remarkable in clusters which show the significance of unity. Similarly, the concept of diversity can also be seen when different kinds of trees support each other for survival.

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8. Organize Independence Day Quiz

Kids will be really interested to take part in quiz competitions and Independence Day special quiz can be even more interesting. The questions can be true based on history, freedom fighters, special events, and happenings on the struggle towards freedom, important dates to remember and a lot more.

The quiz can be arranged for kids in single, couple or groups and interesting prizes can be announced beforehand to make it more exciting.

9. T-shirt painting

It is quite common to see kids and teachers come up in costumes based on tricolor for Independence Day celebrations. However, it will all be bought from the shops and kids would be eager to select the best from the collections.

However, you can try the T-shirt painting a part of this event where kids can do tricolor painting on white t-shirts. The personalized t-shirts designed through hand painting can add more thrill and make the day special. Give an idea about what to do and you will be surprised to see how creative the students are when they are given such opportunities.

10. Plan a Historical Walk

There are a lot of historical places like museums or places that have traces of freedom fight struggle. Why not plan a historical walk to that place with the kids? More than just textbook information visiting such places can help kids to have a deeper level of knowledge about the phase and understand the relevance of their struggles better.

You can narrate the incidents while you go for the walk and let the kids take notes if they find the information interesting. You can also give an opportunity for kids beforehand to find out the historical places in the city and make a list to go.

11. Flag Relay

It can be a good fun activity for elementary school and middle school students. You all know about the rules and regulations of the normal relay race. In this Independence Day special relay race, the kids have to run with national flags and they have to pass it to the team member to take it all the way to the final spot.

They can have a lot of fun while the physical exercise keeps them strong and healthy. Moreover, this sports activity instills them the feeling of patriotism and gives a lot of confidence in teamwork.

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12. Independence Day Games

There are a lot of games that can be organized as part of the special day. You may arrange a musical chair game where the songs played can be Vande Mataram or such songs of relevance for the day. Or you may go for crossword puzzle games where words can be related to freedom fight events, special patriotism symbols or words that invoke national pride.

The four corners game can be perfect for the occasion where each corner represent North, South, West and East India. Kids can run from one corner to another while music is played and they have to remain in the current corner when the music stops. If a kid is standing in corner North India, he has to answer a question based on the place.

13. Organize Plays or Skits

This is an exciting activity that can make the celebrations more colorful. Kids can take this opportunity to enact any prominent happening in the history that showcases patriotic feelings. Teachers can use this chance to help kids to have a closer look into the incidents in history.

Organize Plays or Skits

14. Drawing and Painting Competitions

Schools can hold drawing and painting competitions with Independence Day related themes as part of the celebrations. You can also organize poster making competitions based on the same theme.

Choose topics that highlight the importance of freedom and motivate children as they let their creative juices flow. This gives children an opportunity to express their thoughts about Independence Day using colors. Teachers can also join the students to make the event more colorful.

15. Make Scrapbooks

Let students collect worksheets, images and everything related to India and Independence Day, and create their own scrapbooks. The topics can include national flag, national symbols, national anthem, freedom fighters, and much more.

You can organize this either as a fun activity or as a competition and reward the students who make the best-looking as well as informative scrapbooks. The activity sounds fun and engaging. At the same time, it helps students gain more knowledge about India and also the significance of Independence Day.

16. Independence Day Speech Competition

Give students a topic related to Independence Day to speak about. The topic can be given beforehand or on the spot depending on the age group and the students who give the best speeches can be rewarded.

The idea is to spread awareness about Independence Day among students, and also to use the competition as an opportunity to let students gain more knowledge about the independence struggle, freedom fighters and India as a whole.

17. Independence Day Exhibition

Educators and students can collectively organize an exhibition in the school on Independence Day. You can display fact sheets, posters, images, pre-independence souvenirs, and much more related to the day.

Students can also volunteer to guide the fellow students as they attend the exhibition. This activity is a great way to let students have a closer look into the relevance of Independence Day, the struggles faced by our ancestors to attain freedom and also remind ourselves to value the freedom we enjoy today.

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18. Cultural Dance

Unity in diversity is what makes India special. All 28 states of the country are homes to a variety of cultures, many of which we are not even aware of. Independence Day is the best occasion to familiarize with the different cultures across India and you can do it by organizing a cultural dance program.

Independence Day Cultural Dance

Students can dress up in traditional costumes of different states and dance to the folk songs of the respective states. This gives students as well as educators an opportunity to learn more about the beautiful cultural diversity of our country.

19. Independence Day Rangoli

Rangoli is an art form where designs are created on a surface using a poweder of limestone, rice, flower petals and much more. You can buy readymade colors available in the market to make the designs.

Organize Rangoli design event in school based on Independence Day related themes. Students and teachers can work in groups or individually to create their own designs. Rewards can be given to the participants who created the best designs.

20. Independence Day Potluck

Organize potluck in school, where students and educators can bring authentic Indian dishes to school. Like its culture, India is also diverse in terms of cuisine. Therefore, this potluck event will be an opportunity for you to taste the flavors from different parts of India.

You can also get creative with the event by basing it on Independence Day related themes. One example of such theme is tricolor. Students and educators can bring a variety of food items that are of tricolor or any one of the colors in tricolor, adding to the colorfulness of the event.

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Letting them know about how our freedom fighters give their best to get us the freedom through interesting scripts can make them feel proud of our heroes. Moreover, the students watching the skit also take a moment to realize the hardships of our icons which inspires them to use the hard-earned freedom wisely.

Other than these activities, schools with large grounds come up with interesting themes like kids in large groups forming the shape of the country flag. Students are also given special gifts and sweets to make the day more special. Some schools also take this opportunity to let kids come up with campaigns for charity works.

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It would be a great idea to let kids come up with special ideas for the day. Just let them know the significance of the day and you may be surprised to learn the out of the box celebration and activities ideas from the present generation kids.

14 Best Spanish Learning Apps for Students

If you ask about the best way to master Spanish language, the answer is Spanish learning apps.

Language books and dictionaries do help a lot. But is it enough to help you speak like native speakers? The answer is obviously NO.

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Not everyone can wrap their head around what is written in the books and learn to read, write and speak the language fluently. Therefore, the results are not really positive for every learner alike, despite the extra efforts they often put in learning Spanish.

However, learning Spanish is not a herculean task anymore as it was thought to be, thanks to the many Spanish learning apps available today.  They help you to learn at your own pace, and provide plenty of learning resources and extra help from native speakers, all at one place, making it easy for you.

Best Spanish Learning Apps

Here is a list of the best 14 Spanish learning apps for you.

1. Gus on the Go

Recommended for children aged between 2 and 5 years, Gus on the Go is one of the best choices for children starting to learn the language at the earliest. The app helps the students to learn new words in Spanish.

gus on the go

Gus on the Go app features Gus, the friendly owl, who guides the learners through their language learning journey. Children are introduced to basic topics, such as colors, numbers, animals, and much more. At the end of each lesson, the students also get to play a vocabulary game that helps them to recollect what they have learned.

Gus on the Go app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.toojuice.android.gus.spanish.mexico&hl=en_US&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/gus-on-the-go-spanish/id541567964).

2. Gus on the Go Stories

It is Gus again, but in a different version. The app uses sentences and contexts of some of the popular classic stories, including fairy tales and fables, to teach young children Spanish language.

gus on the go stories

The app provides three different options for each story—introduction to basic phrases, quiz to practice the words they had learned and the text in story format to read from. It helps the students to develop their listening and reading skills in Spanish. The app provides two stories for free, while the rest of the stories require a payment.

Gus on the Go stories app is available in the

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/spanish-for-kids-with-stories-by-gus-on-the-go/id1071230980).

3. Preschool-Spanish

Preschool-Spanish app, like the name suggests, is a Spanish learning app for preschoolers.  The app covers all necessary topics that come under the syllabus for preschool.

preschool-spanish

The app covers a variety of categories, which include alphabets, numbers, shapes, fruits, vegetables, etc.  And each of these categories comes packed with activities that help children to work on their vocabulary and master the language. Some of the activities in the app include interactive quizzes, drawing shapes, connecting numbers, etc.

Preschool-Spanish app is available in the

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.makeinindia.preschool.spanish&hl=en_US&gl=US).

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4. Learn Spanish for Kids

Learn Spanish for Kids app is another great app for young children to begin learning Spanish. The app comes with many learning resources that would be of great help to them in mastering the essentials of Spanish with ease.

Learn Spanish for Kids app features videos, quizzes, games and study materials that comply with the required approach towards early learning. The Spanish lessons last 7 to 10 minutes and come with colourful images and videos to make learning fun for the kids. The lessons help them to build their vocabulary and also to fully understand the meaning of new words and phrases they learn.

preschool-spanish

There are also flashcards in the app as visual learning makes it easy for the children to grasp the new words. The app also contains lessons of phonic rules in video, audio, image and flashcard format so that the students learn to pronounce the Spanish words accurately. At the end of each lesson, there are few games that the learners can play in order to review what they learned so far.

Learn Spanish for Kids app is available in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.learnspanish.learnspanishforkids).

5. Fun Spanish by Studycat

Fun Spanish app by Studycat teaches children Spanish through games. The app, through the games, ensures the learners are fluent in every part of language learning—listening, reading, spelling and pronunciation.

fun spanish by studycat

The app is categorized into theme-based topics, which are further subcategorized into lessons.  It introduces children to 200 basic words in Spanish, while helping them to build their vocabulary, say simple sentences and pronounce the words correctly. The games in the app come with Spanish voices that say the words in different tones and expressions, which would help the learners to pronounce the words correctly.

Fun Spanish app is available in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.studycat.funspanish&hl=en_US&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/studycat-fun-spanish-for-kids/id661574705).

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6. Spanish Learning for Kids

Spanish Learning for Kids app helps students learn Spanish language the fun way. The app is packed with learning resources and fun activities that help in building their vocabulary.

There are cute and interactive animations in the app that teaches vocabulary related to various topics, like numbers, alphabets, animals, and much more.  The app has words that appear on balloons and are both written and spoken for the learners to understand the correct pronunciation and spelling. Students can pop the same balloon again and again to repeatedly hear the same word.

spanish learning for kids

Each category has a learning section as well as a play section.  In addition, there are also colouring and puzzle sections in many categories to add to the fun.

Spanish Learning for Kids app is available in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.marlustudio.spanishforkids)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/spanish-learning-for-kids/id824027080).

7. LinguPinguin

LinguPinguin is a language learning app for preschoolers. The app comes with colourful graphics and video, making learning Spanish fun and entertaining for the students.

The free version of the app offers limited content. However, the paid version includes nine themes to build the vocabulary of learners.  The themes include animals, transportation, food, body, farm, toys, nature, clothes, and apartment.

lingupinguin

There are nine visual worlds in the app with ninety funny objects. When the learners tap an object, it comes to life with funny animated movements and sounds and speaks the word in native tongue so that the children can understand the way the word is pronounces. The app also features quizzes based on the words the children learned and on completion, they will be rewarded with a funny animation.

LinguPinguin app is available in the

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/lingupinguin-english-spanish/id415302426).

8. Spanish for Kids Free

As the name suggests, Spanish for Kids Free is a free app that helps students learn Spanish language. The app follows game-based learning making the learning process fun for the students.

Spanish for Kids Free

The app features lessons and practice tests, and 500 words with images and audio so that the learners can identify the meaning of the words and also learn to pronounce it accurately. The games in the app help the students to build their vocabulary based on 36 different topics, such as colours, numbers and days of the week, Christmas, sports, music and much more. And each category comes with tests for students to review what they have learned so far. The app helps students to develop their Spanish reading, listening and speaking skills.

Spanish for Kids Free app is available in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gonliapps.learnspanish).

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9. Spanish School Bus for Kids

Spanish School Bus for Kids is a Spanish learning app that teaches the language through fun and colourful gameplay. The app helps students expand their knowledge and to develop their Spanish vocabulary.

The app teaches 300 common words in Spanish and has over 60 levels of lessons based on different themes. The themes include verbs, travel, colors and much more. There are also four different learning modes and games.

Spanish School Bus for Kids

The best part of the app is the music video and rewards. The educational music videos help students to improve the vocabulary and also learn the pronunciations of words. As the learners accomplish the goals or win the games, they earn rewards. Also, they receive a certificate of completion on finishing the entire curriculum.

Spanish School Bus for Kids app is available in the

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/spanish-school-bus-for-kids/id642466531).

10. Learn Spanish

Learn Spanish app comes with a large collection of Spanish words that can help beginners as well as intermediate learners to improve their vocabulary. The words in the app are also accompanied by their respective images so that the learners can understand the meaning of the words.

Learn Spanish app comes with seven different games that keeps the students engaged and also to strengthen their learning. There are different categories in the app based on which the words are given in the app. Learners can choose any category and learn and practice the words. The Review Manager feature tracks the words you have learned and lets you to review the words you had learned.

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The iOS version of the app comes with 6000 words, whereas the Android version comes with 11,000 words. The app is available in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.funeasylearn.spanish)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/6000-words-learn-spanish-language/id923297085).

11. Alfabeto-Spanish Alphabet Game for Kids

Alfabeto -Spanish Alphabet Game for Kids is a free app that introduces learners to Spanish alphabets through games. Apart from the alphabets, the game includes basic words in the Spanish vocabulary.

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The app comes with a flashcard game that features 100 flashcards with images, related alphabets and basic words. The letters would be at the front and the images would be at the back. Learners can click on the sound button to hear how the alphabet or word is rightly pronounced. This helps the students to understand the words and their pronunciations better. There are also over 400 writing exercises that help the learners to practice and learn the basics of writing Spanish letters.

Alfabeto -Spanish Alphabet Game for Kids is available in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teachersparadise.alfabetospanishalphabet&hl=en&gl=US).

12. Learn Spanish with Amy for Kids

Learn Spanish with Amy for Kids is a great app to master the language within the comforts of your home. The app is for young children aged between 2 and 7 years, and has been designed in the form of a gameplay.

Learn Spanish with Amy for Kids

The app features challenging games, in the form of slideshow, concentration game, puzzle, and quiz for the learners to play. It would help them to easily remember the words and thus improve their vocabulary. There are various theme based categories in the app, such as farm, clothing, colors, transportation, numbers, shapes, playground, and much more, where the students can learn the related words. The app also tests the reading and listening skills of the students and share the results with the parents.

Learn Spanish with Amy for Kids app is available in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teach.kids.languages.spanish.free.edition&hl=en_US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/learn-spanish-with-amy-lite/id1157868968).

13. Pili Pop Español

Pili Pop Español is another Spanish learning app that teaches the language to learners through games. The app is addictive, with its innovative games that encourage the children to learn and speak in Spanish.

The app features an array of pronunciation exercises that are all designed to motivate the students to learn in a fun way. There are also expression games in the app that teaches them to say the words loudly and repeat the vocabulary so that the children understand what they are learning and how a word is pronounced. The audio-visual dictionary in the app makes it easy for the learners to practice.

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The app monitors the learning progress of the children are monitored by the app and sends a monthly progress report to the parents. Users with a subscription gain access to the four new activities added to the app every month.

Pili Pop Español is available in the

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.swasa.PiliPopSpanish&hl=en_US )

App Store;- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/pili-pop-espa%C3%B1ol/id1032688985).

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14. Bilingual Child

Bilingual Child is an app that teaches English and Spanish languages to children using animated books. The app features two characters, Lucy (who speaks English) and Carlos (who speaks Spanish), who teach the learners vocabulary.

The learners get to listen and understand the language by watching the interaction between Lucy and Carlos. As the two characters interact, a word bubble appears near the character’s head in both languages, thus introducing the learners to new words. The graphics and animations in the app make it fun and keep the students engaged as they learn.

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There are also options for in-app purchases in the app to gain access to additional books that are based on different themes, such as animals, numbers, colors, body parts, transportation and shapes.

Bilingual Child app is available in

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bilingual-child-learn-spanish/id488624401).

152 Widely Accepted Teaching Methods

Every teacher is different in terms of their ways, styles, and methods in teaching. The best teaching methods are those designed considering the interests of students and the subjects taught. Methods in teaching can be teacher-centered, learner-centered, content-focused, and interactive or participative.

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Each teaching technique has its pros and pitfalls. To make the whole process effective, teachers usually combine two or more of these teaching methods. Here, let us have a look at some of the most widely accepted and followed methods in teaching throughout the nation

Lecture Class discussion Oral Questions
Repeating points
Buzz groups
Demonstration
Presentation
Student reports
Debate
Quiz
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Puzzles
Textbook assignments
Class summary
Library research
Flashcards
Field trips
Infographics
Class projects
Laboratory Experiments
Posters
Use of motion pictures
Storytelling
Student teachers
Weekly Assessments
Word walls
Workbooks Home tests
Classroom activities
Idea into the picture
Reading aloud
Drama
Surveys
Unit tests
Think Pair Share
Jigsaw
Role-playing
Turn and Talk
Puppets
Flannel boards
Case studies
Pen pals
Audio-tutorial lessons
Mobile apps
Experiential Learning
Use of pretest
Flowcharts
Vocabulary drills
Bulletin boards
Think Aloud
Brainstorming
Alphabet Brainstorm
Differentiated Instruction
Cramming
Read–aloud
Interactive read aloud
Reciprocal teaching
Guided reading
Problem Tree
Active Listening
ABL
ABA
Bank Street
Montessori
Flipped Classroom
Deduction
Induction
Gamification
Hands-on
Hands-off
Unit method
Vee maps Cubing
Sandwich
Seminar
Silent way
Spiral
Snowball
Dogmatic
Fishbowl
Abacus
Simulation
Fishbone
Raft
Future Wheel
Talk and chalk
Mind maps
Z to A
Discovery
Socratic
Didactic
Task cards
Task cards
Hybrid
Rubrics
Design Thinking
Explicit Teacher Modeling
Reading Comprehension
Periodical Revision
Match it challenge
Recordings
Intellectual Challenge
Panel discussion
Push in
Social media platform
Phonics
Mnemonics
Sense of humour
Brain Dumps
Exit cards
Suggestopedia
Symposium
Surprise tests
Outdoor teaching
Peer tutoring
Four corners
Just a minute
Miming
Tic-tac-toe board
Total Physical Response
K-W-L charts
Heads together
Scaffolding
Salt dough maps
Learning station
Station teaching
Audiobooks
Instructional Videos
Literature Circles
Animated gesturing
Shared reading
Rewarding
One on one
Quick write
Hand signals
Playway
Music therapy
Blended learning
Harkness table
Kinesthetic teaching
Journal Writing
Kumon
Codes to remember
Expeditionary Learning
Object-based learning
Inquiry-based learning
Competitions
Gallery walk
Online Learning Tools
Self-learning
Task-based learning
Student-Centered Discussions
Making connections

 

1. Lecture

This is the most commonly followed methods in teaching in various educational institutions throughout the country.

It is considered as the most ideal method for a teacher to address large classrooms. Lecture refers to an oral presentation of lessons to a group of students.

2. Class discussion

This is one of the best interactive methods in teaching in which both teachers and students in the classroom exchange ideas on the topic of discussion.

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When used effectively, this strategy can help students to develop their thinking, learning, understanding and problem-solving skills. A good teacher can create a positive class environment where students can freely discuss their ideas.

3. Oral Questions

One of the most commonly used methods in teaching. In this, instead of just a passive way of lecturing, teachers can encourage the students to ask questions in return.

This in fact helps teachers to understand the areas that the students find it difficult to comprehend and to explain things better. This helps the classes to be more engaging and interesting.

4. Repeating points

Instead of just giving an oral presentation of the lesson once, the teacher repeats the important points once they cover a subject unit before passing on to the next.

This helps the students to recollect what was taught in the previous unit before going to the next. Repeating points would register the content easily on students’ minds. Some teachers also ask the students to repeat the points he/she just covered.

5. Buzz groups

In these methods in teaching, teachers split the whole class into small groups and give them a topic of discussion so that the students can come up with ideas on the subject or solutions to a problem within a short period of time. This method helps to stimulate discussion and to get student feedback.

6. Demonstration

Instead of just giving an oral explanation of a subject, in these methods in teaching. the teacher produces enough materials or proofs to make things clear. For example, if a teacher wants to explain the functioning of a handy device, he/she can bring it to the classroom to explain it better and easily.

In another context, it can be a demo of a step-by-step process that helps students to easily connect it to theory.

7. Presentation

In this method, the teacher gives a power point presentation in the classroom. The slides include diagrams, charts, images or algorithms to make the session exciting and engaging. Teachers can use projectors connected from computers to address larger number of students.

8. Student reports

These methods in teaching are designed to get proper response or feedback from the students after the completion of a lesson. They will be asked to prepare reports based on what was taught in class. This gives the teachers an idea of what the students have understood.

9. Debate:

This method of teaching helps to explore the range of views on a subject. Students will be split into groups and then, they can debate on the subject provided to them. In most cases, the subjects given to groups will be contrasting so that they can argue with sharp points. This friendly debate is meant to develop critical thinking.

10. Quiz:

Once they cover a subject, teachers can conduct a quiz containing questions related to what was taught.

The students can be divided into quiz groups to make the whole idea interesting or sometimes, one or two students can represent a group. These methods of teaching are meant to evaluate student understanding and to improvise the instructional methods.

11. Puzzles

This is an easy way for teachers to teach subjects like mathematics, that students usually find hard to comprehend. This, in fact, helps to develop their problem-solving skills and creative thinking. The puzzle levels depend on the student groups.

For example, teachers can use simple word puzzles to improve vocabulary skills of elementary students. Teaching with puzzles helps to improve the parallel, vertical, lateral and confrontational thinking skills of students

Examples: Some students find it difficult to understand the lessons when it comes to studying theory alone. However, when teachers explain the facts with examples, it helps students to understand the lesson better. Sometimes, teachers even come up with real life examples which make learning easy and effective. With examples, students find it easy to relate to the theory.

12. Textbook assignments

In these methods in teaching, students will be asked to do textbook assignments once the teachers complete a unit. These assignments improve students’ understanding of the lessons taught.

Also, the application level of assignments will further enhance their learning. Some of the assignments would demand more research and this in turn, helps the students to develop their self learning skills.

13. Class summary

In this method, teachers ask the students to create a summary of what is taught in every class. Students can recollect the points taught and keep a write-up for future reference.

They can keep all the notes together and use them to revise during exams. The write-ups contain all important points that were taught in class. This makes it easy for students to refer from compared to textbooks.

14. Library research

This is one of the effective methods in teaching. Textbook lessons are always a brief content of many vast subjects. Therefore, teachers can encourage students to go for a library research of the subject taught.

Most schools contain big libraries with a vast collection of books. Referring to library books enhances students’ research skills and deepens their understanding of the subject.

15. Flashcards

This is one of the best ways to teach subjects like vocabulary or mathematics. This is an inexpensive and portable tool that makes learning easier for students.

This memory-aid tool has a different application for higher classes. They prepare a problem, question, or sight word on one side and the answer prompt on the other side.

16. Field trips

Students of all age group  loves this method in teaching. An organized trip to a place which has a significant relation with the subjects taught makes learning more interesting.

It also helps to improve student-student and student-teacher interactions. It is an opportunity for students to observe, ask questions and have an out of the regular classroom experience.

17. Infographics

It is one of the best teaching tools that can be used to easily convey the subject to the student. Instead of giving them a lot of written information, this visual learning tool lets teachers to easily teach a vast subject with a single infographic.

It is a fact that humans can easily process an image much faster than texts and that makes learning with infographics really effective.

18. Class projects

Project-based learning lets students to understand and to remember a subject for a longer period than just reading the textbook content.

Spending on the subject for an extended period of time lets them to go deeper into different areas. Working on a project improves their critical thinking, collaboration, communication and self-management skills.

19. Laboratory Experiments

This is a great opportunity for students to investigate, analyze and to reflect on the subjects taught in class.This is one of the interesting methods in teaching for students.

They will find it easy to relate the application to the theory and it also improves the power of observation and reasoning in students.

In addition to enhancing their higher-order thinking ability, it also gives an opportunity to the students to improve their skills in using laboratory equipment and instruments.

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20. Posters

Teachers can present lessons in the form of posters to make it visually appealing to students and to free them of the boredom from studying just theory.

They can also ask the students to prepare posters for certain lessons or subjects that were already taught in class.

These methods of teaching enhance students’ ability to develop information from a subject and then, visually present it for an audience.

21. Use of motion pictures

This is another interesting way to present a subject in a larger classroom.

In this method of teaching, a series of still pictures created in rapid succession will be projected via a motion picture projector. This is the best way to teach functioning or ongoing processes such as growth of plants or changes of a body system.

This, in fact, grabs more attention from students and helps teachers to explain vast subjects within in a short period of time.

22. Storytelling

In this method, teachers present lessons in the form of stories. Teachers can also come up with stories related to the subject in the middle of a lesson to make the session more interesting. As students usually love hearing stories, this method of teaching is sure to grab their attention.

23. Student teachers

In these methods in teaching, students take up the role of teachers. They will be asked to prepare lessons and to teach the rest of the students. Each student will be allotted a subject and given ample time, say 1 week, to collect information and materials for teaching. These methods of teaching are meant to develop research and presentation skills.

24. Weekly Assessments

Simply progressing from one lesson to another doesn’t always make sense. It is also important to see if the students really understand what you teach.

Weekly assessments are of great help in this regard. It helps the teachers to analyze the areas the students found difficult to understand and to make changes in teaching strategies if needed.

25. Word walls

This is a really interesting teaching strategy in classrooms where both students and teachers can contribute to word walls.

A space in the classroom will be assigned for the share their ideas, inventions or data or image of an important class lesson with their peers.

26. Workbooks

In this method of teaching, teachers can prepare workbooks on their subject or use the workbooks allotted by the school. This is a method to reinforce the lessons learned during a lecture and to give students some self-study time during the hour.

Students can use this option to analyze their understanding of the subject. Teachers can also use these methods of teaching to assess the students’ understanding about the lessons covered during class.

27. Home tests

This is one of the common methods of teaching adopted for students of any class. In this method, teachers assign a set of tasks for the students to complete at home.

This can include reading comprehension, writing, typing, and problem solving or reviewing a lesson before a test or practicing a skill. Parents can also have a look at the home works to ensure that their child performs better.

28. Classroom activities

The activity-based teaching method is gaining popularity these days for its ability to keep students active and engaged. This student-centred approach involves the students mentally and physically in the subject and thereby, provides them with a productive learning experience.

It also helps to develop students’ thinking ability and creativity in addition to providing them with a deeper understanding of the subject. The activities can either be individual or team-based.

29. Idea into the picture

This is more of a creative side of teaching. Students can be asked to express an idea taught in class in the form of a picture.

Each student will express their ideas differently and this gives the whole class a wide exposure to creative thoughts.

Teachers can use these methods of teaching once in a while to make the classes more engaging and interesting in between the routine lectures.

30. Reading aloud

Reading text aloud can help students to get it easily registered into their minds. In addition to providing a better understanding of the subject, reading aloud can also turn the students into active listeners.

Listening to their counterparts reading the lessons aloud in class it gives the students a better understanding of the right way to pronounce new words they come across. Also, as every student is given a chance to read, it encourages class participation.

31. Drama

This is an ideal way to teach languages. Also, students get an opportunity to express themselves through dialogues and gestures thus improving their imagination and memory.

This is one of the meaningful communication activities that can be tried out in any classroom that promotes teamwork. A story or an idea from a subject can be used as the drama theme.

32. Surveys

It is a simple way to collect information on any subject and is considered effective for teacher evaluations and student perception.

Video surveys are another way to compare classrooms and education across cultures and to adopt a way that seems effective for the majority. The surveys can be in-classroom or online ones.

33. Unit tests

A subject comes with different modules or units. When a teacher completes a particular unit, he/she can conduct a test covering the key areas of that particular module.

These methods of teaching will help students to make the present unit thorough before passing on to the next and the teacher can give additional classes on the units where the students scored less. Teachers can also hold special classes for students to help them improve in the areas where their performance was weak.

34. Think Pair Share

This is a collaborative learning strategy to develop teamwork among the students. In this method, they can work in partnerships to solve a problem or a puzzle related to a subject.

This allows them to think individually as well as to share ideas to come up with a solution. They can discuss the ideas with their allotted partner before sharing it with a larger group.

35. Jigsaw

This classroom activity allows students to rely on each other to succeed. In this method, a puzzle is broken into small units and is distributed amongst small groups formed within a classroom.

This emphasizes cooperative learning as one can actively help another to solve the puzzle. This cooperative learning promotes student learning and interdependence.

36. Role-playing

This technique allows students to explore realistic situations as part of their learning process.

They can interact with others in a managed way to tryout diverse strategies in a supported environment. In this method, particular roles to play are assigned for each student as part of a interaction. The students can act according to specific instructions and they can redo it based on the reflection and discussion after first trial.

37. Turn and Talk

This is an oral language support strategy in which students are given scaffold interactions in order to formulate ideas on a subject. They can share it with others.

In this method, all students get a chance to share their thoughts on the subject in a low-risk setting. The teacher’s role is to ensure that partnering of the students is not random but strategic.

38. Puppets

This is an interesting way to teach a new language in primary classrooms. Puppets with a movable mouth can be a good tool to teach phonics and basic number concepts.

This mode of teaching builds enthusiasm amongst young students as the puppets can be used to animate a topic.

39. Flannel boards

This is an interactive learning tool that can be used to teach primary level students. Teachers can make use of flannel boards to easily handle different subjects rather than teaching orally.

Flannel boards can be used as a personalized storytelling board or a counting board to teach mathematics. It can also take forms of a lapboard, game board, or graphics boards based on the subject to be handled.

40. Case studies

This teaching tool is a great way to showcase the application side of a theory or the subject concept to real-life situations.

A contextual analysis of a subject gives the students a better learning experience rather than just memorizing what’s given in textbooks.

Case studies can be either fact-driven or deductive and sometimes, they can be context- driven with multiple solutions.

41. Pen pals

In this method, students can write about exchange letters with people of another community or country. This provides the students with better exposure to different languages, arts, geography etc. Also, exchanging letters or write-ups contributes to improving students’ awareness of global societies and cultures.

42. Audio-tutorial lessons

This is an alternative to regular classroom lectures and is an innovative method to create an engaging learning experience.

Subject experts give lectures on different lessons in the form of audio clips to the students during class hours. They can also make a copy of the same to use while learning at home.

43. Mobile apps

At present, mobile apps are one of the widely used modes of teaching. Apps like Skype are capable of helping schools to visually bring experts to classrooms and apps like Socrative helps in visualizing student understanding.

Other popular mobile apps useful in classrooms include OneNote (a digital note-taking app), Google Classroom, ( a free web-based platform to save time and paper in classrooms) etc.

44. Experiential Learning

This is one of the comprehensive methods of teaching through first-hand experience. It provides outside the classroom setting learning experience that helps students to acquire advanced skills and knowledge.

Experiential Learning includes service-learning projects, internships, field trips, studies abroad and field research. This is in fact a simple but effective approach of learning by doing.

45. Use of pretest

A student’s level of understanding can be assessed beforehand using this method. The teachers can then use this information to plan their instructional strategies.

A student’s baseline knowledge in the subject can be determined initially to better plan their teaching.

Conducting tests after teaching can also help the teachers to assess where the students stand in the learning process.

46. Flowcharts

A sequence of events or actions in a lesson can be taught better using flowcharts.

These methods of teaching are also used to explain different stages in a process, the relationship between two levels or the process of reaching a solution. Using a flowchart, complicated ideas can be summarized to be explained in classrooms.

47. Vocabulary drills

In this teaching strategy, the teacher says a word or a sentence and the students will repeat after him/her. When the teacher changes the prompt next time, students will follow what the teacher does.

This is referred to as drill & practice as knowledge or skill can be achieved through repetitive practice. It can be a good option to learn new languages, spelling or even mathematical functions such as subtraction or addition.

48. Bulletin boards

Having bulletin boards in classrooms play a great role in creating a positive learning atmosphere. You can use them to display student work or anything related to the subjects being taught.

Bulletin boards help students to remember important areas of a lesson. It can also be a good aid to a lecture assignment, tutorial or group work. It helps students to remember and memorize key elements of the subjects being taught, including new words or concepts of the week or day.

49. Think Aloud

The teachers verbalize aloud when they read a subject in class. This includes describing things that helps students to construct meaning from a text.

They can improve their comprehension as well as thinking ability. This also means to re-read a sentence to make sense and read ahead to make it clear.

50. Brainstorming

It can be a small or large group activity in a class. In this method of teaching, students are taught on how to get ideas onto paper. This is the way of generating ideas within a group setting by posing a question or a problem. Everyone can contribute to the free flow of ideas with possible answers to the puzzle.

51. Alphabet Brainstorm

This is a varied approach to the usual brainstorming that can be a whole-class activity or can be done in small groups. In these methods of teaching, students are asked to generate or express ideas beginning with each letter of the alphabet. This is a quick means to create thoughts, evaluate prior knowledge, or to assess learning level.

52. Differentiated Instruction

These methods of teaching encourage equal success rates for all regardless of differences in ability with personalized instructions.

This is also an ideal teaching method for second language learners. A student with lower reading skills will be paired with another student who is advanced in the language. They are then asked to write out questions if they don’t understand any part of the story.

53. Cramming

These methods of teaching simply mean to memorize large amounts of data or information in a short period of time. It is ideally used to excel in performance-based assessment and as part of exam preparation.

Last-minute cramming is usually not recommended but the technique can be used effectively beforehand. The students are given easy codes or shortcuts to remember a list of items or the order of an activity.

54. Readaloud

This simple strategy is to read lessons aloud in the class. This instructional practice integrates variations in pace, volume, pitch, tone, pause and eye contact.

They also include questions and comments in order to create a fluent and pleasing delivery. This is the right way to introduce new vocabulary and to enhance expressive reading and fluency.

55. Interactive read aloud

This is a variation of the read-aloud teaching technique which integrates a series of purposeful activities including shared teaching. This basically means to preview the book, scaffolding on prior knowledge and teaching reading fluency.

The teacher will ask purposeful questions and will emphasize the elements of the story. He/she will then summarize the lesson to bring closure to the class.

56. Reciprocal teaching

This instructional activity involves small group reading sessions in which students are given the role of teachers. Teachers will first model and then, teach the students to guide group discussions.

The key elements of this technique involve generating questions, summarizing, clarifying, and predicting. During this activity, teachers can monitor their comprehension while students read.

57. Guided reading

In this instructional approach, a teacher will work with groups of students who showcase similar reading behaviors i.e., those who are capable of reading similar levels of text. This technique is useful in developing independent reading skills in students.

The reading text will be chosen in such a way that the students can read it with skilful support of teachers.

58. Problem Tree

This is an effective tool that is used to teach all the possible causes and effects of a concerned problem.

Clearly identifying the multiple causes helps them to understand the context better and to ease off the associated complexity with the problem. This is best used in classrooms while helping students to develop comprehensive class projects.

59. Active Listening

Rather than just going on with lectures, active listening skills are also inevitable for a good teacher. This helps to create empathy and understanding with the class. It also helps to assess if the teaching is effective and if the students understood what was being taught.

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60. ABL

ABL is a student-centred approach in which the students continuously take part in different activities other than in-class sessions in order to achieve knowledge.

This is in fact the method of learning by doing what helps the students to develop as individuals. Teachers can choose activities in which student’s senses are stimulated and can guide them in their approach.

61. ABA

The Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) teaching method is a great way to educate students with autism. This includes teaching with prompts- encouraging them to give the desired response and modelling-showing how a task can be done.

Discrete Trial Training (DTT) is also part of the process in which the large tasks are divided into steps or subtasks to make it easy.

62. Bank Street

It is also referred to as development-interaction approach in which a student is educated emotionally, socially, physically and intellectually.

This is one of the common approaches to teach primary school kids in an interdisciplinary, experience-based, and combined setting. In this effective method, the teacher works personally with children by understanding his/her interests.

63. Montessori

It is an integrated approach that combines hands-on learning, self-directed activity, and collaborative play for elementary students and thereby, helps them to develop independence in a prepared classroom environment.

These methods of teaching allow students to have creative choices in their learning. Teachers can provide age-appropriate activities to steer the process. Cooperative learning: This method combines students of mixed levels of ability who are arranged into groups.

They are then rewarded based on the group’s success and not solely for an individual member most of the times. Students can work in groups to complete a common task in a structured way, thus developing team work.

64. Flipped Classroom

The typical lecture process is reversed in this teaching strategy. Before the actual class session, students are asked to view video lectures at home.

They will then use the knowledge gained from these lectures to practice exercises, projects, or discussions during the class hours.

65. Deduction

In these methods of teaching, learners are given rules first followed by examples and after that, they practice the lesson. This is a teacher-centred approach which is ideal for teaching languages. It is really helpful for lower level learners who require a clear base to start a lesson.

66. Induction

In contrast to the deduction method, this is more like a student centric approach. This is a reverse model to teach a new language in which examples are given first and the learners are then asked to find the rules. They can detect or notice patterns and work out a personalized rule. A new theory can emerge from the data.

67. Gamification

Irrespective of the grade of your students, you can apply gamification in your classroom to make learning fun. Students always love to play and these methods of teaching can really take out the stress from the typical lectures.

Game elements such as badges, points, and level achievements can be brought to keep the students engaged and active throughout the class.

68. Hands-on

These method helps to achieve authentic understanding and application of a fact or a theory and not just memorization.

In this strategy, students are engaged in physical assignments or activities while learning. This is not just applicable for subjects like physics or chemistry but also for mathematics.

The physical evidence for thinking and reasoning gives more sense for mathematical ideas and they can solve problems easily.

69. Hands-off

The students are given only minimal instructions in this approach unlike lengthy explanations on the subject. Teachers urge the students to study independently by challenging them and brainstorming. Instead of just answering their questions, they are asked to find out answers with proper research.

70. Unit method

The teacher divides the subject to be taught into different units first and then, teaches it one by one. Textbooks may come with units to make teaching and learning easy.

In this method, the teachers prepare their own set of units to give a personalized instruction of their convenience and by considering the understanding level of particular students in the class.

71. Vee maps

This is a tool to guide the thinking and learning of students during laboratory sessions. It usually contains six areas- focus question, concept map, data and analysis, word list, events, and conclusions. This can be customized based on the subject handled in the lab.

72. Cubing

This is an easy to use approach in which six different topics can be taught or explained to students in a single step. Each side of the cube will have one concept or idea and students can cover the sides one by one.

This can also be used in activity learning in which cube is rotated and one side is chosen.

73. Sandwich

The teaching information can be integrated by considering the diverse needs of students in the target group. This is a fast and efficient technique to teach foreign languages.

It includes oral placing of an idiomatic translation in the mother tongue sandwiched between unfamiliar phrases in the learned language. It is then repeated so as to communicate meaning as rapidly and wholly as possible.

74. Seminar

This is a teaching technique that is ideal for higher learning. During seminar hours, students and teachers have discussions on a specific topic.

Usually, each student is assigned a topic and they give a prepared presentations on the same. The other students will then ask questions to clarify certain areas to come up with a final decision to solve a problem or to get comprehensive understanding of the concept.

75. Silent way

This is a language-teaching method in which extensive use of silence plays the key part. A structural syllabus is followed and the teacher concentrates on a small number of useful and versatile words. The learners are given more opportunities to speak as much as possible.

76. Spiral

in this method, the basic facts of a subject are taught first without giving much emphasis about details. Later, the details are introduced as the learning progresses. The information is reemphasized many times to the basic facts studied first to help them have a long-term memory on the lesson.

77. Snowball

This strategy is designed to aid students to predict, justify, summarize, and think critically on the subject. Teachers can personalize the approach to meet their exact purpose.

Students are asked to write a content related question on a paper and then, crumble it into snowball. Then, they can throw it in air and then, catch another snowball thrown by their counterparts. They can then try to answer the question on that snowball.

78. Dogmatic

Students almost literally reproduce what is memorized and need not apply knowledge in practice. This in fact encourages some degree of mechanical memory.

With this approach, students can save time and energy, and avoid unnecessary thinking. It is a good exercise to boost memory power.

79. Fishbowl

Teachers will explicitly educate students on a variety of social skills. In this approach, the whole class is given an opportunity to closely observe and study about social interactions.

To make it interesting, teachers can give a thought-provoking problem or a question to the fishbowl group and those staying outside will be listeners. Unlike other methods, the entire group can participate in a conversation as students take turns to be inside the fishbowl.

80. Abacus

This is an ideal approach to help kids to learn mathematics in an interesting way. It is designed with colorful beads to make learning more fun and exciting. The concepts are reinforced through their sense of touch. The simple arithmetical operations can be taught with mental visualization.

81. Simulation

This is a kind of experimental learning in which the reality of the scenario is experienced to gather meaning from it. It can take different forms based on the subject being taught.

For instance, medical student trainees can practice a procedure in a simulated learning environment before doing it with the actual patient.

82. Fishbone

This is a diagram based teaching technique for problem solving. In the fishbone diagram, the head of the fish will have the change that is being analyzed and the ribs of the fish have the reasons for the change. The riblets will have supporting evidence or relevant key terms.

83. Raft

It integrates reading and writing. Students are asked to write about what they have read or studied to illustrate their depth of understanding.

This form of teaching gives students an understanding of their role as a writer. They can get ideas on the varied formats for writing, the audience to be addressed and the content expected.

84. Future Wheel

In these methods in teaching, teachers instruct about the direct and indirect future consequences related to a specific change or growth in the lesson using graphical visualisation. This foresight method is a form of structured brainstorming. It is used to show complex interrelationships and to get organized thoughts about a process.

85. Talk and chalk

It is an interactive lecture methods in teaching using whiteboards or blackboards. The oral presentation will be less; instead, and the teachers write and draw on boards or solve problems with detailed steps.

Students will also be given chalks at times to solve a problem or draw an object or to reproduce what was taught.

86. Mind maps

This revolutionary approach makes both teaching and learning more effective. These maps are innovative thinking tools that help students to externalize and visualize difficult concepts and to easily connect between different ideas.

A basic map will first have a central idea to which branches and keywords are added. You can add colors or images to make easy connections.

87. Z to A

In this different teaching idea, the application part of a theory or concept is taught first so that the students will be interested to study about it further.

Followed by that, the actual concept is taught. This approach helps them to have a long lasting memory about correlation of a concept.

88. Discovery

This is constructivist, inquiry-based learning that is ideal for problem solving situations. The learner is supposed to draw and discover facts and relationships from existing knowledge and their own past experiences.

They are supposed to interact with their surroundings by exploring and influencing objects, fighting with enquiries and controversies.

89. Socratic

Students are given questions and not answers. This method of asking and answering questions encourages critical thinking and develops the capability to draw out ideas from underlying presumptions in students.

The students also get a deeper understanding of the topic with this forum for open-ended inquiry.

90. Didactic

This form of teaching encourages consolidation of knowledge with multiple elements such as ideas, formulae, facts, phenomena, and laws.

The information is organized better to make it logical and accessible to students. As part of this method, students are asked to find a solution to cognition tasks, take part in curricular and extracurricular activities and more.

91. Smart cards

These are magnetic strips with unique student profiles that are given for every student in the class. Plickers is one such method used to make low tech classrooms smarter.

Cards with multiple choices are issued to the students that they can use to choose an option when the teacher asks a question in the middle of the class. The teacher uses her device to scan the class and retrieve the answers. She can then evaluate the answers to know if students are following the class.

92. Task cards

The objective of using task cards in classrooms is to develop students as independent learners. Basically, a task card will have tasks or questions on them.

Students can use whiteboards to reveal the answers. These are one of the best tools for reinforcement and assessment. It can also be used as part of class activities. Teachers can mix up the tasks to make the game interesting.

93. Hybrid

Face-to-face teaching and online learning is combined in this hybrid approach. More than half of the class activities are made online. The use of technology gives a flexible learning environment for students.

This method is developed to enhance students’ conceptualization, knowledge acquisition, and communication skills.

94. Rubrics

In these methods in teaching, teachers can have consistent standards while assessing qualitative tasks and it encourages consistency in shared marking.

Students are given rubrics at times of an assessment that briefs the tasks to make them aware of the expectations out of it. They can use it to assess their own work while it progresses.

95. Design Thinking

This is a method to teach creative problem solving. Teachers can give hands-on design challenge as a class activity or in pairs or small groups.

Students can have an active and shared experience to explore design thinking in a solid time frame. They can apply discovery, ideation, interpretation, experimentation and evolution to reach a conclusion.

96. Explicit Teacher Modeling

Students are provided with a lucid, multi-sensory model of a skill or concept in this teaching approach. The teacher gives a multi-sensory instruction (visual, auditory, tactile). She describes and models this idea or concept for the students by breaking it into learnable parts.

97. Reading Comprehension

This approach helps students to become focused, active readers with control of their own reading. This practice improves their fluency, vocabulary, comprehension and spelling.

In this session, the teacher guides them to have a proper understanding and interpretation of their reading. This includes decoding the read, making links between the content and their prior knowledge and thinking deeply about what they came across.

98. Periodical Revision

Just giving a lecture of the topic may not be enough for every student to have a long term memory of what is taught.

In this strategy, the teacher revises a lesson at the end or before moving on to the next. Some teachers do it before the exam so that they can easily recollect what was taught helping them to excel in exams.

99. Match it challenge

This is an interesting approach which is usually performed after giving a lecture on the topic as part of an assessment or memorizing.

The key points or areas of the topic are listed on one side of the board and something related to it will be listed on the other side but in shuffled order. Students are asked to match the related points from both sides with cross lines.

100. Recordings

Hearing a lecture on a topic once may not be sufficient for every student to have a proper understanding. Smart schools provide options to record the lectures which can be used later for reference. They can rehear it at home to make clarifications on certain areas or to relate to a newly taught content.

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101. Intellectual Challenge

In contrast to the typical lectures, which many of the students find boring, teachers set up a challenging learning environment in class.

Activities that challenge their thinking will be set up, considering the students’ interests too. Give them goals to achieve with a reasonable timeframe thus making them engaged in the learning process.

102. Panel discussion

This approach aims at showcasing factual information and conceptual knowledge for a given topic. The technique can take different forms. In classroom panel discussions, the panel may contain a group of students or student representatives who discuss a certain topic after thorough preparation.

The panel may otherwise contain subject experts who discuss about all areas regarding the topic and thereby, giving the student audience a chance to gain deeper knowledge on the subject.

103. Push in

This is a different approach in which the general education teacher and the special expert work together. This method also promotes specially designed changes within the classroom setting.

Students are grouped together based on their similar skill levels and given coaching in order to make the process the most effective with the least instructional time.

104. Social media platform

Teachers use the possibilities of advanced social media tools to improve their teaching while coming up with innovative ideas. This includes pinning educational resources using Pinterest, blogging for students’ homework assignments, having a Facebook group for your class, bringing flipped classroom concept using YouTube and more.

105. Phonics

This is a teaching technique where students are taught to read and write in English language with regard to learners’ phonemic awareness.

This covers their capability to hear, identify, and control phonemes. This is effective in teaching the link between alphabet sounds and spelling patterns. The method is explicit and systematic helping them to figure and read words early on.

106. Mnemonics

This teaching strategy aims to help students in enhancing their memory of new information. Visual and/or acoustic cues are used to link novel information to prior knowledge.

Keywords or letters are used to connect the information. Mnemonic codes are developed that signifies an activity or process or any term to be remembered.

107. Sense of humour

In this teaching approach, teachers deliberately bring in humour between their lectures. They relate the topic of discussion with a comedy instance or a story to make the class interesting.  

108. Brain Dumps

This is a formative assessment activity where students share their knowledge on a topic or their assumptions and thereby, the teacher will get a chance to know what their students have understood about a specific concept or topic.

Teachers can use this technique to prepare on a related topic to be taught. They can write it on a sheet of paper or share orally in class.

109. Exit cards

In this method, the teacher gives a piece of paper having questions or prompts to be answered once she leaves the class. The purpose of the exit cards technique is for the teachers to assess students’ understanding, to keep an eye on their questions, or to get feedback about their teaching. Exit cards serve as a tool to enhance their metacognitive skills too.

110. Suggestopedia

This is an ideal technique to teach foreign languages. It can include a wide range of activities such as games, music or dramatised texts. The classroom settings may also be changed to dim lighting, comfortable chairs or playing special kind of music to maintain a calm learning environment.

111. Symposium

This approach usually contains prepared speeches followed by audience discussion. The idea is to offer a broad understanding of a certain topic or a problem.

This integrates synthesis and evaluation in one approach and the students can reach a conclusion with different views on the topic.

112. Surprise tests

Some teachers perform tests based on a subject without prior notice. This is one of the best ways to evaluate the students’ knowledge in already taught lessons.

This is also a self evaluation for them to assess their teaching effectiveness. By making these surprise tests a part of their teaching plan, students will always be updated about all the lessons.

113. Outdoor teaching

In this method,, students are taken out of the typical classroom settings. They can play, have fun and learn in an interesting way. They can involve in social activities and be closer to the environment, and have hands-on experiences of the subjects that are being taught in the classroom.

Some teachers even take their students out to the school ground to teach in open air.

114. Peer tutoring

In this flexible strategy, students take the role of academic tutors and tutees. A higher-performing student can tutor or assist weaker students in subjects for a student with limited performance.

Teachers can identify students who are experts in certain topics to help those with a lack of deeper knowledge on the same. This also promotes cooperation, sharing and friendliness in the classroom.

115. Four corners

Student learning is promoted through movement and discussion in this teaching technique. Teachers use this as a formative assessment tool. A controversial statement or puzzle is presented in the class and different answers or opinions are marked in four corners of the classroom.

The opinions can be “agree’’, “disagree”, “strongly agree” or “strongly disagree” or “likewise”. This interactive learning strategy enhances verbal communication, listening, cooperation, and critical thinking.

116. Just a minute

This is a classroom activity usually performed in class after completion of a study session. Students will be picked in random and will be asked to give a speech on the important areas of the lesson in a minute.

This not only helps them to recollect the lesson points but also to frame it effectively in the given time period. This activity can be performed frequently so that students pay attention during class hours.

117. Miming

As actions speak louder than words, some teachers include more understandable actions than lengthy lectures. Students taught with miming technique use this opportunity to understand, communicate and actively participate during lessons.

This is one of the best ways to learn and practice vocabulary which has a lot to do with gestures and expressions‏‎. Teachers use the technique differently based on what they are teaching.

118. Tic-tac-toe board

The ability to understand a topic will be different for each student in the classroom. Some learn best by writing, some by reading while others learn by seeing things happen.

This interactive teaching board will have different activities in each square to suit everyone. This includes acts to test for knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.

119. Total Physical Response

It is an effective language teaching method that integrates the synchronization of language and physical movement. Students are commanded in a specific language, and they respond to it with whole-body actions.

In addition to passively understanding the structure of the language, meaning in the target language is recognized quickly. In this approach, the grammar is not taught explicitly.

120. K-W-L charts

This strategy is referred to “Know”, “Want to Know”, “Learned” aspects of learning. This graphic organizer can help students to arrange data before, during, and after a lesson.

These charts are used in classrooms to promote students to utilize former knowledge and personal inquisitiveness while exploring a subject or a topic. One can clearly understand what they know about a subject, what they want to learn or know, and what they have learned after the session.

121. Heads together

This is a cooperative learning strategy in which students are asked to work together in a group and each of them is accountable for learning the subject. When the teacher gives a question, students can “put their heads together” to find a solution.

Each student is numbered and when the teacher calls out a particular number, the corresponding student will raise his/her hands to answer the question. These numbered heads together is an ideal option for teaching accountability in the classroom.

122. Scaffolding

Not all students in a classroom are similar in terms of learning needs and therefore, this method of instruction is designed to satisfy everyone in the same class or learning environment.

This teaching strategy involves showing and telling, tapping into prior knowledge, giving the students time to talk, pre-teaching vocabulary, using visual aids and trying something new every session.

123. Salt dough maps

This is a fun related learning technique that gives great visual aid for teaching geography or revisiting history.

This tactile, hands-on project also helps to improve their creativity while learning a new topic. The activity includes drawing the outline of a map, pressing the dough on to it and colouring the elevations.

124. Learning station

This method involves a classroom space meant for easy access to a range of learning materials in an exciting and fruitful manner. The station contains learning materials that allows students to have self-directed and self-employed learning.

To make the whole learning interesting, students can get work schedules with compulsory and optional tasks from the station.

125. Station teaching: This is a varied station approach which allows teaching a number of lessons at one time. In order to engage in all activities, the students move from one station to the other within a definite time frame. This is a good option for teachers with limited resources to distinguish instruction by integrating students’ interests, requirements, and learning styles.

126. Audiobooks

This is an interesting learning approach in which students are given access to audiobooks on different subjects. They can listen to a variety of audios from subject experts to have a deeper knowledge of the subject which in turn improves their vocabulary, listening skills and attention to detail. This is also a good option to learn a new language by knowing the actual accent.

127. Instructional Videos

This is one of the best options to learn in detail about the laboratory methods. Students can view these videos to learn about the stepwise procedures of experiments.

There are communities and some schools providing instructional videos for students to learn in detail about diverse subjects. Students can use it to learn how to draw a diagram easily or to solve a mathematical problem.

128. Literature Circles

In this approach, students can have access to rich conversations within a group. During the session, they can convey their opinions, forecast, and queries about a topic in a productive and structured way. This is a lighter way to teach heavy to read subjects such as language, arts, history, or advanced English which gives the benefit of shared reading.

129. Animated gesturing

This is an effective method for virtual tutoring, usually used in online teaching. Teaching avatars are used to give a speech or instruction on a subject. Teachers also use animated gestures when giving class seminars or presentations to make teaching more interactive.

They are designed to point, circle or underline key points at the time of teaching.

130. Shared reading: In this teaching session, students can have an interactive reading experience. They can share or join in the reading of a book or a presentation and they will be properly guided and assisted by a teacher. They can learn to reading fluently and expression with a structured assistance. Some hard to read or boring materials can be read with fun using this method. They also get exposure to different reading perspectives of their classmates.

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131. Rewarding

This is a common method followed in elementary classes and sometimes, in higher classes to promote learning. It includes activities like rewarding the first person who finds the solution to a puzzle or who scores top in a test. This enhances a competitive mindset among students and a desire for more rewards.

132. One on one

Instead of teaching a group the teacher takes a personal class for each student. This approach proved good for giving special assistance to students with poor learning skills when taught in groups.

They are given special attention and personalized instructions to solve a problem or to approach a topic. Their strengths and weaknesses are dealt with more consistently.

133. Quick write

The students are asked to respond to an open-ended query or prompt given by the teacher in some 2–10 minutes.

This strategy can be used to build up writing fluency and to develop the habit of expression into a learning experience. Teachers also use it to informally assess student thinking.

134. Hand signals

This teaching approach utilizes the power of non-verbals to assess the understanding or thinking process of students. They are taught some hand signals to show their level of understanding when teaching a topic.

They are asked to react for ‘more explanation’, ‘need a break’, ‘not agree’ etc. with hand signals in the middle of discussion. The teacher stops his lecture on seeing this to respond for the student.

135. Playway

This is a common method of teaching in elementary classes to make the students engaged in learning with a little fun. The teacher takes into account the students’ interest in the topic and their aptitude when designing their play way method.

Games such as tag and hide-and-seek are integrated with the learning to make the class interesting to them. Games can be wisely chosen to enhance the students’ motor skills, imagination and creativity.

136. Music therapy

Incorporating music into teaching helps to have a lighter class environment for studying heavy subjects. This helps to change the mood of a student in a positive way.

When teaching tough topics, the teacher can take a break of 5 to 10 minutes to listen to some music. He/she can sing or play a device or ask students to sing together or one or two students who is good in singing.

137. Blended learning

This is a mix of teaching approaches to have comprehensive learning of a topic. In most cases, e-learning is integrated with traditional classroom methods and time is also allotted for self-learning thus helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. This approach lets them to interact with other students, the instructor and the online content to get a wide exposure to a subject.

138. Harkness table

The students are seated in a large, oval-shaped configuration for open-ended teaching and learning. This more or less relates to a Socratic style of teaching.

For a given topic, they can discuss ideas in an open-minded and encouraging environment. This type of learning will have only occasional or minimal teacher intervention.

139. Kinesthetic teaching

This type of learning promotes the active participation of students. Instead of just listening to a lecture or seeing demonstrations, they are involved in physical activities.

This tactile learning style with a multi-sensory approach also involves touching the material to learn about it or being in close with an audio or video for instruction.

140. Journal Writing

Students can benefit from this type of learning to effectively respond to literature and gain writing fluency. This is an opportunity for them to freely generate ideas on a topic thus improving their writing skills and words of expression.

Teachers can then evaluate what their students have written and guided them in terms of punctuation, word usage, spelling, or grammar.

141. Kumon

In this varied approach, students can start learning from a comfortable starting point that is appropriate for them. Neither the age nor their grade level is taken into consideration. In this self learning style, they learn the subject by doing the worksheets on their own. These methods of teaching enhances their critical thinking skills and mindset to find out and explore new topics independently.

142. Codes to remember

Memorizing every element taught in the class is a real challenge for many students. Therefore, teachers give easy codes to remember the key areas of the subject, the order of a list, the sequence of events or more.

VIBGYOR which signifies the first letters of the 7 colors in the rainbow is a popular example. Similarly, teachers develop easily personalized codes to help the students to easily study the hard-to-remember topics.

143. Expeditionary Learning

This type of learning challenges students to take up active roles in their classrooms and think critically on topics of study. Students become masters of their own learning. This effective approach of learning by doing motivates them to have an urge for research or focus on new challenging topics.

144. Object-based learning

This refers to experiential and active learning; it is a mode of learning that student likes the most.

When they learn with hands-on learning techniques, it deepens their involvement with the subject matter. Moreover, their lateral thinking, analytical skills, and group work features are improved.

145. Inquiry-based learning

Instead of just going through simply established facts or knowledge and having an easy path to knowledge, this teaching approach involves active learning.

It begins by posing questions, puzzles, problems or scenarios and then, investigating to find solutions. The process is frequently assisted by a facilitator to give enough support and guidance.

146. Competitions

It is important to develop a competitive mindset among students to grow out successful in their careers and life. Healthy competition in classrooms and schools can help them out in this regard.

Teachers involve their syllabus topics as part of a competition to help the students to perform academically, as well. This includes elocution, essay writing, debates, etc.

147. Gallery walk

This is a discussion technique in learning in which students are allowed to be actively engaged in the classrooms. They can freely work and learn together in small groups. The activities involve sharing ideas, responding to momentous questions or tricky situations, preparing documents and charts and more.

148. Online Learning Tools

A number of learning tools are available online to help students to learn efficiently and productively in the minimal time frame. There are efficient tools designed to give shortcuts to students to easily study tough subjects.

Teachers also use quality teaching material available online to support students in advanced learning. There is also option for distance learning to help students staying in remote areas to experience the happiness of learning.

149. Self-learning

This is the best form of teaching in the present educational system. Instead of depending on a teacher for assistance, this form of learning helps students to grow up as independent learners.

Teachers and parents are the ones to promote this mindset in students in the preliminary classes itself. Rather than spoon-feeding the subjects, let them learn ways on their own to deal with a subject.

150) Task-based learning

The main aim of this approach to learning is task completion. In this approach, teachers set a relevant and interesting task for the students. They are expected to complete the task according to their pre-existing knowledge. This method helps them to acquire knowledge in different areas and increases thinking capacity.

151) Student-Centered Discussions

In this approach, the student is the center of learning. Make a group of five to six students and ask the question. Give adequate time for them to think and come up with an answer. It helps them to expand their imagination skills. Remember to come up with thought-provoking questions. Let them chances to dive deep into the content.

152) Making connections

One of the effective methods to help students learn easily is by making connections to their learning. Teachers can help them by making a connection with real-life incidents and people. This method can create a lasting impression in their minds.

The right teaching strategy makes a good classroom session. Some schools conduct polls amongst students to know the strategy they prefer for learning to make the whole process productive. The listed ones are only a few among the several methods in teaching. A good teacher always comes up with personalized methods to bring the best out of a learning session.

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12 Best Learning Apps for 3rd Graders

In the classroom setup, it is impossible for educators to provide undivided attention to each student, understanding their learning difficulties. The least they can do is to clear the students’ doubts if they ask. This is where learning apps become relevant learning apps for 3rd graders.

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Learning apps can either be used as the sole source of learning or as a support system to the traditional learning process. Since most learning apps are subject, age and grade specific, and come with options of personalisation and customisation, allowing learners to get the most of the benefits that aid their learning process.

Talking about grade-specific learning apps, we discuss the best learning apps for 3rd graders here.

The Top 12 Apps

1. Kahoot! Big Numbers

Kahoot! Big Numbers by DragonBox is a math learning app that develops the addition and subtraction skills of students through games. The app takes students on an adventurous journey through the magical land of Noomia where they have to solve the different challenges that involve math.

kahoot! big numbers

In the game, students have to collect and trade resources to earn new items and unlock new levels. They must also put their addition and subtraction skills to use to manage their resources and advance in the game. The challenges get harder as the game progresses. In the process, the students also learn to solve problems involving long addition and subtraction.

Kahoot!Big Numbers app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:-  (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kahoot.bignumbers&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:-  (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/kahoot-big-numbers-dragonbox/id1529174828).

2. Third Grade Learning Games

Third Grade Learning Games app helps students of 3rd grade learn through games. The app features 21 educational games that help them through different subjects, include math, language, science, and also help them improve their problem solving and critical thinking skills.

The lessons in the app follow the third grade curriculum, thus giving the students the rightful learning aid they need. The games and voice narration in the app would keep the students engaged.

third grade learning games

Third Grade Learning Games app is widely used by third grade teachers from around the world to help them learn math, language and STEM subjects. It is available for download in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kevinbradford.games.thirdgrade&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/in/app/third-grade-learning-games/id644836476).

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3. Readability Reading Tutor

Third grade is when most children start reading books and everything that includes long sentences on their own. The Readability Reading Tutor helps students to improve their reading, comprehension and vocabulary skills. In the process, the children will also learn and understand the language better.

The app comes with readability prompts that the children can read out aloud, with the app helping them with their reading and pronunciation. They can also have the app read it aloud by clicking on the speaker icon if they are stuck.

Readability Reading Tutor

Another feature is the comprehension, which is interactive. The app asks the students questions based on the part they just read and they can reply verbally.

The app also allows students to create a personalized vocabulary list, helping them learn new words, and also practice and review the words they learned.

Readability Reading Tutor app is available in

Google Play Store:-  (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.readability.androidapp&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/in/app/readability-reading-tutor/id1477213383).

4. ScratchJr

ScratchJr app introduces 3rd graders to the world of programming.  They get to create their own stories and games in the app making learning to code fun.

ScratchJr

Children can make their characters move by putting together programming blocks. The app also provides options to modify the characters and add voice or sounds making it engaging and fun for the learners. The best part about the app is that through the app, they not only learn basics of coding, but also opportunity to improve their critical thinking, problem solving and academic skills.

ScratchJr app is available for download in the

Google Play Store:-  (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.scratchjr.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:-(https://apps.apple.com/us/app/scratchjr/id895485086).

5. News-O-matic EDU

News-O-matic EDU is a news app for young children to keep them up to date about what is happening around the world. It is like a digital newspaper that comes with all news of sports, science, and the world as a whole.

The app publishes 5 news pieces of different lengths per week day that students can read to keep themselves updated about what is happening around the world. The detailed images and illustrations in the app make it more engaging to the readers.

News-O-Matic EDU

The app also features a newsroom where students can make drawings or ask questions about the news. There are also puzzles, games, fun facts and much more for students to explore.

News-O-matic app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.press4kids.newsomatic.schoolpro&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/news-o-matic-reading-for-kids/id578023255).

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6. Epic!

Epic! is another  learning app for 3rd graders that helps them improve their reading skills. The app features a digital library with over 40,000 children’s books for students to choose from.

The app comes with audiobooks, read-to-me books and plenty of interactive learning videos. Students also get personalized suggestions with regard to the books based on their preferences and reading level.

epic!

Epic! app also features quizzes that students can attempt and get rewarded. It also tracks the progress of each reader and sends weekly reading reports to their parents.

The app is available in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.getepic.Epic&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/epic-kids-books-reading/id719219382).

7. ABCmouse.com

ABCmouse.com app is a learning program that comes with a huge collection of activities for students, based on different subjects. The subjects covered under the program include math, art, music and much more.

The app features over 10, 0000 learning activities, and 10 levels of over 850 lessons for students that were designed by teachers and educational experts.  All these activities are created in such a way that students are entertained while they learn. Through them, app ensures self-paced and independent learning for students.

ABCmouse

The content in the app include books, videos, puzzles, games, songs, animations and activities that can be printed, all of which provide a complete understanding of concepts for students and make them ready for the next level of schooling.

The app also keeps track of the students’ progress. This helps educators and parents to understand the areas of learning the students need much more focus on.

ABCmouse.com app is being used widely in classrooms across the world. It is available in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=mobi.abcmouse.academy_goo&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/abcmouse-com/id586328581).

8. ABCya! Games

ABCya! Games is one of the popular educational games apps that have been here for a decade. The app is packed with over 250 games and activities that ensure that students have fun while learning.

The different games in the app cover a number of topics, which include math, reading, typing, logic, word and strategy games. All these games help students to improve their skills in the academic subjects as well as in improving their problem-solving, reasoning and critical thinking skills.

abcya games

In the ABCya! Games app, new content is added on a monthly basis. Students can browse through the topics, based on age and skill levels to find the games suitable for them. The games can be accessed with a subscription.

The app is available in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.abcya.android.games&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/abcya-games/id1079974015).

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/news-o-matic-reading-for-kids/id578023255).

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9. 3rd Grade Reading

3rd Grade Reading is a comprehension prep app for 3rd graders. The app intends to improve the reading and comprehension skills of students.

The app features age-appropriate content for students of 3rd grade.  The passages and stories featured in the app are a mix of fiction and non-fiction.

3rd grade reading

There are plenty of passages or stories that the students can read and later answer the question sets based on them that intend to test their comprehension level. There are also options to listen to the audio of a story and read along.

The app monitors the progress of the students and also emails them the results. This helps parents, educator and students to understand the areas the children need improvement in.

3rd grade reading app is available in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Peekaboo.Google.challenge3&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/3rd-grade-reading/id562611915).

10. 3rd Grade Math: Fun Kids Games

3rd Grade Math: Fun Kids Games app makes math learning simple and fun for students. The app, through its collection of math-based educational games and videos, totally transforms the way 3rd graders approach the subject.

Through the app, the students learn all necessary math concepts, such as multiplication, division, fractions, measurements, and so on.  The app can also be personalized based on the requirements of the students to ensure that they completely understand the concepts at their own pace.

3rd Grade Math Fun Kids Games

Each of the lessons in the app includes games and animated lessons to keep the learners engaged. The lessons cover all major math concepts for 3rd grade.

3rd Grade Math app is available in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zzm.grade3&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/3rd-grade-math-fun-kids-games/id1367101892).

11. iTooch 3rd Grade App

iTooch 3rd Grade  App is the fun way to learn Math, Language Arts and Science for 3rd graders.   The app comes with over 4500 exercises and over 1550 activities, making it, by far, the biggest collection of the US National Common Core Standards based educational activities available in the App Store.

The app features three main subjects—Math, Language Arts and Science, with 40 to 60 chapters based on each subject. The chapters include lessons, examples and images. There are also about 2500 questions for each subject in the app that come with clues, descriptions in detail and also images.

iTooch

The app provides an exciting learning experience to students, allowing them to go back and review everything they have learned within the app.

iTooch 3rd Grade App is available in the

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/itooch-3rd-grade-app/id513215797).

12. Spice Pig Math

Spice Pig Math is an action-game based app for students to practice times tables up to that of 12. The retro-based visuals and sounds of the app are capable of grabbing the attention of students and give them all opportunities to have fun while learning.

The app features four modes. Review mode- to understand multiplication visually, Relax in Puzzle mode: to answer to the times tables based questions as the students want, Free-for-All:  where students can simply play a game and take a break from learning, and finally, the Challenge mode- where students put all their skills and knowledge in action to complete the mission of saving Space Pig’s friends.

Spice Pig Math

The first two levels of the game are available for free. The rest of the levels can be unlocked through a single in-app purchase. This game is suitable for anyone who is new to time tables or is in the process of learning them.

Space Pig Math app is available in

Google App Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gmayer.spacepigmathandroid&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/space-pig-math/id1025270711).

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Third grade is when the basic foundation of education is built in a student, familiarizing them with basic concepts and preparing them for the higher classes where detailed learning happens.  At the same time, they take one step forward towards learning much more than what they already did in the previous years.

For example, in terms of reading, this is the point at which children start reading longer sentences and story books. In Math, they will be introduced to concepts of multiplication and division. In science, they will get to learn more about the living and physical world, and also make observations and record them. In social studies, they will be introduced to the different communities, nationalities, citizenship, economic systems, leaders, etc.

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Learning apps can be of great help at this point. They help students to understand the concepts in a fun and engaging manner, and ensure that they learn as they play.

Apart from the above-listed 12 learning apps for 3rd graders, there are plenty more available already.  Also, a lot more of the apps are awaiting release or are in the process of development.  All you have to do is to choose the one that best suits the preferences of the learner and let them enjoy learning!

12 Awesome Learning Apps for 4th Graders

Fourth grade is a crucial turning point in the life of students. It is the last stage of learning the basics and preparing for the big leap— learning the concepts of all subjects in detail. It does sound challenging. But, to be honest, it is not really a big hurdle. After all, we all have gotten past it without any major hiccups.

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Unlike the olden days, learning resources have now become more accessible, thanks to the advancement in technology.  There are plenty of apps that aid in learning. They would help the students to learn all basic concepts that are required before they step into the world of detailed learning.

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Learning apps are not anything new in the world of education. They have been created since more than a decade ago. And with years, the number has only increased, along with their popularity. Though many educators were still sceptical about the advantages they offer, the pandemic and the following changes to ensure uninterrupted learning have caused them to trust the apps.

Students have a lot of options to choose from when it comes to learning apps. There are apps that are subject specific and also ones where students can learn all subjects at one place. Many of these apps also come with options of personalisation based on the requirements of students.

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Here is a list of the 12 best learning apps for 4th graders.

1. Fourth Grade Learning Games

As the name suggests, Fourth grade learning games app lets students have fun as they learn. The app is packed with 21 engaging educational games that help students learn the basic concepts all major subjects, such as Math, language and STEM. The games also challenge the problem solving and critical thinking skills of students.

Fourth grade learning games

The lessons and activities in the app have been designed based on real fourth grade curriculums, with the lessons and activities approved by 4th grade teachers. The visual elements and voice narration in the app add to the fun, and give the students the encouragement they need as they learn their way through fourth grade.

Fourth Grade Learning Games app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:-(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kevinbradford.games.fourthgrade&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:-(https://apps.apple.com/us/app/fourth-grade-learning-games/id658561085).

2. Everything Machine

Everything Machine by TinyBop is the perfect app for curious minds. The app allows students to build any machine using hardware and sensors, while introducing them to programming.

The app comes with a simple drag and drop visual programming language that students can utilise to connect the camera, microphone, speakers, sensors and so on  to create any machine that suits their imagination; stop-motion camera, kaleidoscope and light to name a few.

everything machine

The app provides a free Everything Machine Manual with instructions that students can follow to start building. In the process, they also learn the basics of coding and machinery. There are also options to play with a friend and sharing your inventions that make it more engaging and fun.

Everything Machine app is available in the

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/everything-machine-by-tinybop/id1001244846).

3. IXL-Maths and English

IXL-Maths and English is a learning app that is exclusively for learning Math and English.  The app comes backed with many engaging activities and exercises based on the Grade 4 Common Core Standards.

The notable benefit of this app is that it allows self-paced learning. It is a boon to many who struggle with the subjects and would need their own time to understand the concepts.

IXL

Another advantage is that the students can access the activities and exercises anytime, anywhere. Students can also understand their progress based on the rewards and immediate feedbacks they receive on completion of the activities.

IXL-Maths and English app is available in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ixl.ixlmath&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:-(https://apps.apple.com/in/app/ixl-maths-and-english/id693689912).

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4. Crazy Gears

Crazy Gears is yet another app for the curious minds. It is a modern-age digital puzzle game that challenges the critical thinking and reasoning skills of students.

In the game, students come across different challenging levels. They have to play with different kinds of machines, like gears, rods, chains and pulleys to get through each level. In the process they learn the working of different mechanisms involved and the effect they have on each other in the building of a machine.

crazy gears

The challenges in the app have been created with the aim of making the learning process of STEM/STEAM subjects efficient and meaningful.  They instil the interest to explore and learn the properties of mechanisms in students. It also helps them understand the major Physics concepts, such as gravity, motion and tension with ease.  And all these are achieved in a fun and engaging manner through the app.

Crazy Gears app is available for download in the

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/crazy-gears/id967327312).

5. Khan Academy

Khan Academy is one of the most popular learning apps to ever exist. It can be considered one of the best learning aids, when it comes to academic-related subjects.

The app comes with thousands of educational videos, and unlimited exercises and tests for all major subjects, such as Math and Science. All the content within the app is based on the CBSE and NCERT syllabus.

Students can learn all basic concepts in the app and also practice what they have learned by attempting the exercises and tests. They also get personalised recommendations on videos and exercises based on their preferences.

khan academy

The best part about Khan Academy app is that it encourages self-paced learning, thus giving opportunities to every student despite the learning differences. It also helps in building a strong foundation which would help the students as they succeed to higher classes where detailed learning of concepts happens.

Khan Academy app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:-  (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.khanacademy.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/khan-academy/id469863705).

6. NASA

NASA app is a great resource for space related content. Whether it is to contain your curiosity or whether it is for research and projects, this is one of the best apps you can undoubtedly rely on.

Owned by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), USA, you can access the latest news and features, images and all information on anything space related, be it galaxies, planets or the different space expeditions conducted by the agency. You can also watch live streams in the NASA TV and also pick your favourites among the images in the app.

NASA

It is a very informative app that helps students to enhance their knowledge and to inspire them. The NASA app is available for

download in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gov.nasa&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nasa/id334325516).

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7. Hopscotch

Hopscotch is a popular learning app that teaches children to code. What makes it different from other coding apps is that the app gives the students the freedom to build anything they want, be it games, art, stories or more.

The app comes with a library of self-guided video tutorials that teaches them to build programs. They can also access the projects created by their counterparts and play with them to create something of their own. In short, Hopscotch app helps students to learn the basics of coding, while having fun.

Hopscotch app comes with subscription plans to access advanced features. It can be downloaded from the

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/hopscotch-programming-for-kids/id617098629).

8. Kahoot!Geometry

Kahoot! Geometry, as the name suggests, is an app that teaches geometry to students through games. The app encourages students to explore and learn the concepts of geometry.

Kahoot! Geometry app features over 100 puzzle games that help to create a deeper understanding of the concept in students. They can make use of the shapes and their properties in the app to explore the different geometry-based mathematical proofs.

Kahoot Geometry

The app also features some playful characters that make it more fun and engaging to young children. Also the activities and puzzles are designed in such a way that it keeps the students intrigues to the point of them  not realising that they are actually learning  as they play.

Kahoot!Geometry app is available in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kahoot.geometry&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/kahoot-geometry-by-dragonbox/id1565519368).

9. Learn French by Mind Snacks

Learn French by Mind Snacks helps children learn French language through games.  The games include those that can be unlocked through playing and those that can be purchased within the app.

The games in the app help students to memorise words, learn the gender of words and practice conjugation of verbs. The app also features audio clips by native audio speakers to help them learn the accurate pronunciation.

Learn French

The app offers two types of practice to master the language. The first method is to learn to say the words in images. The other method is to listen to the words and relate them to the images.

The app is absolutely free and even works offline making it possible for students to access it anytime, anywhere. Learn French by Mind Snacks is available for download in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kbmobile.frenchspeakandhear2&hl=en&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/learn-french-by-mindsnacks/id409947305).

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nasa/id334325516).

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10. Science for Kids by Tappity

Science for Kids by Tappity app encourages children to learn science through participation. The app covers all major science subjects—-space science, life science, Earth science and physical science.

The app features a library with learning resources on over 100 science topics. It includes science lessons, activities, stories, interactive science videos and game shows. Tappity Tinkeres, the real-life instructors, enable one-one teaching for each student. They explain the complex science concepts and guide the students through real science experiments.

tappity

The science journal in the app also provides the students an opportunity to get creative. They also get to interact with science experts and also play games in the app. Science for Kids by Tappity app is available in the

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/tappity-k-5-science-for-kids/id1265019371).

11.Squeebles Times Tables

Squeebles Times Tables is a learning app that teaches children times table the fun way. Through the app, children get to learn and practice their times tables and also improve math skills.

The app comes with seven game modes. There is also a training area that helps the students to learn and the tests there help them practice. Squeebles are characters featured in the app and the students have a mission to save them from the Maths Monster by solving problems. They get rewarded on winning the game.

squeebles

The app also generates the progress reports of each student, which can be accessed by teachers and parents. There are also options to customise the app based on the learning experience of students.

Squeebles Times Tables is available for download in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.keystagefun.squeeblesTT2&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/squeebles-times-tables/id666245333).

12. Inventioneers

Inventioneers app is for the curious kids out there, giving them an opportunity to invent, explore and learn. The app features tiny characters named Inventioneers who guide the students as they invent.

inventioneers

The app comes with games which the students can solve to create their own inventions. Meanwhile, they also learn concepts of physics and the science behind different elements, such as air, fire, magnetism, etc. Students can also share up to 4 of their inventions with their friends.

Inventioneers app is available for download in

Google Play Store:-  (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=se.filimundus.inventioneers&hl=en_IN&gl=US).

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One of the best things about learning apps is that they do not focus solely on academics. In the process, they also help to develop other important skills, such as reasoning, problem solving and critical thinking, in students. Also, the visual and gamification elements in the apps tend to catch the attention of children, thus keeping them engaged.

They also make learning possible from any corner of the world at any time that is convenient to the learners, and the amount of learning resources these apps offer is plenty.

In short, learning apps make the learning process accessible and more convenient to students. They can either fully rely on the apps for learning or use them as a learning support as they continue to learn the traditional way.

All that matters is the app you choose suits all your requirements, and gives you the space to learn, with the accurate and efficient understanding of concepts.

Top 12 Free Educational Apps for Students

Educational apps have made a phenomenal change in the way we manage classrooms and schools, and in the way we learn. The best part about these apps is the availability of information at our fingertips in different forms. Many of these educational apps have served as a one-stop learning solution where many things in terms of academic aspects can be achieved at the same place, rather than having to go for different sources.

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There are plenty of educational apps available these days that serve different purposes. You can use them to study, to stay organized, to be productive and what not.

Many of the educational apps can be accessed absolutely free of cost. There are also some apps of which the basic version is available for free, but would require subscription plans and in-app purchase options to use advanced featured. Also, there are fully paid apps that can be downloaded only by paying a certain amount of money.

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The following list consists of some of the best 12 educational apps for students that are available for free. You can check them out here.

1. Duolingo

Yes, the popular language learning app is available for free. Duolingo offers over 95 different courses in 23 languages that include English, Turkish, Spanish, Russian, Latin and much more.

The learning process in Duolingo is mostly game based that makes language learning enjoyable and fun. The visual elements of the flashcard-like game in the app give you a better understanding of the words. It also helps you to build your vocabulary and improve your speaking skills.

Duolingo App

You can also attempt tests to analyse your proficiency in the language you are learning. The app monitors your learning progress and performance, giving you an idea of what part of your learning needs more attention.

Duolingo app helps you to master all aspects of language learning, be it reading, writing or speaking. It is available for download in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duolingo&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/duolingo-language-lessons/id570060128).

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2. SoloLearn

Technology has brought the world closer by helping them stay connected and it will continue to happen in the future as well. Therefore, knowledge in coding is expected to be an essential requirement in the days to come.

Many educational institutions have already introduced the subject to their students from a young age. There are educational apps for that extra support or to help the students to advance to the next level of learning to code, and SoloLearn app is one of the best choices.

sololearn logo

SoloLearn app comes with over 25 programming courses and a library with plenty of free code learning content under different topics for learners with any knowledge level, from beginners to experts. The app also keeps posting new content on a daily basis.

The app also comes with a community of over 40 million coding students, where they hold discussions based on various topics, solve problems and create new content to practice coding.

The app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sololearn&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:-  (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/sololearn-learn-to-code-apps/id1210079064).

3. Khan Academy

Khan Academy is another popular educational app that is available for free. The online learning platform is perfect for students as well as adults who are looking to improve their knowledge.

Khan Academy app offers over 4000 courses in different subjects, including Maths, Science and Humanities, all based on NCERT or CBSE syllabus. The app also comes with a free, personalised learning library.

khan academy app logo

Khan App features videos, interactive exercises and articles on different subjects that allow in-depth learning. It also has a personalised dashboard for each learner where they can view their learning progress.

Khan Academy app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.khanacademy.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/khan-academy/id469863705).

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4. TED

TED, the popular platform known for TED talks by experts from all walks of life gives you access to all of its content for free. The app features over 3000 TED Talk videos based on different topics, all presented by renowned musicians, tech geniuses, business giants and others who have proven their worth in their respective fields.

In the app, you can browse through the TED Talks library to access the video of your choice. The videos come with subtitles in over 100 languages. You can also listen to podcasts in the app.

ted logo

If you have no idea as to which video to choose, you can use the” surprise me” feature for video suggestions. TED app also has bookmark feature to bookmark your favourite videos.

TED app is a great source if you are looking to fulfil your curiosity or if you want to improve your knowledge.

The app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:-  (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ted.android&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

Play Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ted/id376183339)

5. Lumosity

Lumosity is a well-known brain training app that you can access for free. The app helps you to achieve the goal of enhancing your skills, in terms of memory, critical thinking, problem solving and flexibility through games.

You can start with a free 10-minute FIT test to set your baseline scores, and to see where you stand compared to your peers. The app also features over 40 activities that challenge your memory, logic, language skills and much more. You can also go for personalised challenges based on your preferences and training habits.

Lumosity App logo

Lumosity app also provides you with training insights which helps you to understand your strengths and weaknesses as you progress. Your gameplay analysis provided by the app helps you to better identify your cognitive patterns.

Lumosity app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lumoslabs.lumosity&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

Play Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/lumosity-brain-training/id577232024).

6. Photomath

Photomath app can be a saviour when you struggle with your math problems. Did you know that the app is available for free?

The app comes handy when it comes to solving any Math related problems, from simple ones of which you need to check the answers to difficult problems you are having a hard time solving.

Photomath app logo

All you have to do is to click a picture of an equation or scan it and upload it in the app. In return, you will get the step by step solution to it so that you get an idea of what needs to be done or where you went wrong.

Photomath app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microblink.photomath&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/photomath/id919087726)

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7. Merriam-Webster Dictionary

Merriam-Webster dictionary, the popular American dictionary, is available in its app form and is absolutely free. Finding a right word or figuring out its meaning, it is a great accompaniment when you are learning English language. It is one of the most commonly used dictionaries around the world and is often used for reference, learning and building your vocabulary.

The app also features word games and quizzes that help you to learn new words and test your vocabulary. The word of the day feature in the app is also a great way to learn new words in the app.

Merriam Webster Logo

Apart from the meaning of a particular word, you can also find synonyms, antonyms and example sentences that help you to understand how that word is used in a sentence. Another feature is the audio pronunciations by native English speakers so that you learn to accurately pronounce it.

Merriam-Webster dictionary app is available for download in both

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.merriamwebster&hl=en&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/merriam-webster-dictionary/id399452287).

8. Grammarly

Grammarly is another popular app that helps you in language learning. It can be termed as a writing assistant that helps to correct and edit your grammar, spelling and punctuation as you type.

Grammarly can be considered a proof read app that helps you to identify errors in your writing by checking it for issues. It also notifies you about the errors and guides you about what should be written instead.

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The app also comes with advanced features, such as synonyms, that help you to improve your vocabulary, spelling and writing skills.

Grammarly app is available for download in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.grammarly.android.keyboard&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

Play Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/grammarly-keyboard-editor/id1158877342).

9. Timetable

Timetable app helps students to easily manage their school/university life. You can enter all your academic schedules in the app and get reminded so that you would not miss out on them.

Apart from class timings, you can also enter schedule details for home works, exams, tests and assignments, as in the timings, due date, name of teacher, etc. The app notifies you when about the schedules on time, and also reminds you to study. Another feature is that the app mutes your phone automatically during your study time.

Timetable App Logo

The schedules are organised in the app as a table or grid. You can also search for a particular task in the app.

Timetable app is available for download in the

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gabrielittner.timetable&hl=en_IN&gl=US).

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10. Daylio

Daylio is not exactly an academic related app. It is rather a mood tracker app that helps you to keep track of your mental health.

Daylio app acts as a private journal where you can note down anything about yourself. You can customise the app based on your personal needs.

Daylio App Logo

It helps you to analyse your habits, keep track of your emotional needs and helps you to realise the factors that affect your mood both positively and negatively.

Daylio app is available for free in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.daylio&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

Play Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/daylio-journal/id1194023242).

11. LiveCarta

Livecarta app is a digital library with all books and learning materials in it available for free. You can read the books in offline mode as well.

You can use your LiveCarta account to sync all the reading resources across different devices you use. You can also read the books, add highlights and notes and sync the changes made across the devices.

Live Carta App

The app also comes with features where you can search for keywords within the book or a specific chapter. The read aloud feature allows you to listen to the stories anytime, anywhere. You can also customise the read aloud feature, in terms of voice, speed and pitch.

LiveCarta app is available for download in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teqspring.apps.livecarta&hl=en_IN&gl=US)

App Store:- (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/livecarta/id1505717341).

12. Study Tips

Study Tips is the app you need if you are looking for study hacks. The app gives you tips to study and also to remember more information in less time.

Study Tips app consists of a list of tips and tricks to learn that will help you achieve the different academics related goals. The app helps students to better manage their time and be productive, and also to develop good study habits.

Study Tips App Logo

The different tips provided by Study Tips app include those for studying effectively, maintaining the environment for learning, remembering information within a quick span of time, preparing for tests and exams, and so on.

Study Tips app is available for download in

Google Play Store:- (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=studio.love.sweet.studytips&hl=en_IN&gl=US).

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GK Questions for Kids 4 to 7 years

GK Questions for Kids Aged Between 4 and 7 years

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1) Baby frog is known as ________.

Ans- Tadpole

2) How many continents are there in the world?

Ans- 7

3) The Sun rises in the __________.

Ans- East

4) _______ is a shape with ten sides.

Ans- Decagon

5) Which is the largest ocean in the world?

Ans- Pacific Ocean

6) Which is the hardest substance on Earth?

Ans- Diamond

7) How many hours do we have in a day?

Ans- 24

8) Which is the largest planet in our solar system?

Ans- Jupiter

9) Which colour symbolizes peace?

Ans- White

10) Which animal gives us wool?

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Ans- Sheep

11) A spider has ____ legs.

Ans- 8

12) Which is the largest bird in the world?

Ans- Ostrich

13) We smell with our ______.

Ans- Nose

14) We hear with our _______.

Ans- Ear

15) We see with our _______.

Ans- Eyes

16) Which day comes after Friday?

Ans- Saturday

17) Who brings letters to your home from the Post Office?

Ans- Postman

18) Who flies an aeroplane?

Ans- Pilot

19) Who treats us when we are sick?

Ans- Doctor

20) What is 3+2?

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Ans- 5

21) Your maternal grandmother is your mother’s ___________.

Ans- Mother

22) Children of your uncles and aunts are called your _________.

Ans- Cousins

23) Santa Claus is related to which festival?

Ans- Christmas

24) Name the animal that goes “moo”?

Ans- Cow

25) What sound does a horse make?

Ans- Neigh

26) Young one of a goat is called ________.

Ans- Kid

27) How many hands do you have?

Ans- Two

28) Where do bees live?

Ans- Hive

29) What comes after 24?

Ans- 24

30) Which sense organ helps us to feel?

Ans- Skin

Ans: Bow-Bow

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GK Questions For Class 1

GK Questions For Class 1

Curiosity is the spark behind the spark of every idea”.

And so, let us be someone who ignites the spark in them. This can be done by developing General Knowledge in Kids. 

So, here are some easy GK questions for kids with answers for Class 1.

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1) How many months are there in a year?

Ans- 12

2) How many days are there in a week?

Ans- 7

3) How many days are there in a year?

Ans- 365

4) Which number comes after 15?

Ans- 16

5) How many colours are there in a rainbow?

Ans- 7

6) We use our ears to ______.

Ans- Hear

7) Name the day that comes after Tuesday?

Ans- Wednesday

8) How many vowels are there in the English alphabet?

Ans- 5

9) A cow has ____ legs.

Ans- 4

10) Which gas do humans need to breathe to live?

Ans- Oxygen

11) Which month comes after October?

Ans- November

12) How many zeroes are there in one thousand?

Ans- Three

13) How many hands do you have?

Ans- 2

14) We chew food using our ____________.

Ans- Teeth

15) Which sense organ do you use to smell?

Ans- Nose

16) Which part of the plant is brown and below the ground?

Ans- Roots

17) Which part of a plant has seeds?

Ans- Fruit

18) Which part of a plant soaks up nutrients and water from the soil?

Ans- Root

19) Which bird has a far sight and turns its head all the way round?

Ans- Owl

20) Which animal eats mice?

Ans- 20

21) Which animal wags its tail and lives in a kennel?

Ans- Dog

22) Which animal has a long nose known as trunk?

Ans- Elephant

23) Which animal likes honey?

Ans- Bear

24) Name a cunning animal?

Ans- Fox

25) Which animal has a long neck?

Ans- Giraffe

26) Which animal has black and white stripes on its body?

Ans- Zebra

27) Which animal gives us wool?

Ans- Sheep

28) February has _____ days in a leap year.

Ans- 29

29) Which is the largest river island in Asia?

Ans- Majuli Island (Assam)

30) Which shape has three sides?

Ans- Triangle

31) How many weeks are there in a year?

Ans- 52 Week

32) There are ____ months in a year.

Ans- 12

33) Name the shape with five sides?

Ans- Pentagon

34) Home of a pig is called ______.

Ans- Sty

35) Name the largest island in the world?

Ans- Greenland

36) Which is the largest mammal on Earth?

Ans- Blue Whale

37) What is the name of the story where Ella leaves her glass slipper while attending the royal ball?

Ans- Cinderella

38) Which fairy tale character meets seven dwarfs in a cottage?

Ans- Snow White

39) Name the fairy tale character with long golden hair trapped in a tower?

Ans- Rapunzel

40) Name the fairy tale character, who is a poor thief and has a magic lamp?

Ans- Aladdin

41) Which fairy tale character meets a Big Bad wolf while going to visit her grandmother in the woods?

Ans- Little Red Riding Hood

42) Name the story in which a young girl falls through a rabbit hole, goes to a fantasy world and meets many strange characters?

Ans- Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

43) Name the shape with seven sides?

Ans- Heptagon

44) Planet Earth is shaped like a __________.

Ans- Sphere

45) A shape with six sides is called ________.

Ans- Hexagon

46) A shape with ten sides is called ________.

Ans- Decagon

47) How many sides does an octagon have?

Ans- 8

48) What is the color of human blood?

Ans- Red

49) Which colour symbolizes peace?

Ans- White

50) In which season do we use cotton clothes?

Ans- Summer

51) The colour of cow’s milk is ________.

Ans- White

52) What comes after 35?

Ans- 36

53) The tusks of elephants are made of ______.

Ans- Ivory

54) Kangaroos have _____ to carry their young ones.

Ans- Pouches

55) Cheese is made from _______.

Ans- Milk

56) Taste of sugar is _______.

Ans- Sweet

57) Taste of tamarind is _______.

Ans- Sour

58) We wear a watch on our _______.

Ans- Wrist

59) What is 10+4?

Ans- 14

60) A goat has ______ legs.

Ans- 4

61) Earth has ____ natural satellite(s).

Ans- 1

62) The leaves of a tree fall during which season?

Ans- Autumn

63) A person who goes to space is called an ________.

Ans- Astronaut

64) A young frog is called a _______.

Ans- Tadpole

65) Which colour of the traffic light indicates “wait”?

Ans- Yellow

66) Which is the first letter of the English alphabet?

Ans- A

67) Whom do we call to put out fire?

Ans- Fireman

68) Name the vehicle used by firemen?

Ans- Fire engine

69) Orange is a source of which vitamin?

Ans- Vitamin C

70) Humans have _____ toes.

Ans- Ten

71) A hen lives in a _____.

Ans- Coop

72) Your father’s brother is your _________.

Ans- Uncle

73) Which insect makes a web?

Ans- Spider

74) Which magic word do you use while asking for something?

Ans- Please

75) Which magic word do you use when someone helps you?

Ans- Thank you

76) Which of these is a green-colored vegetable?

a) Potato

b) Tomato

c) Pea

d) Cauliflower

Ans: C. Pea 

  1. What is the Color of the Leaves?

a) Red

b)  Green

c) Blue

d) Yellow

Ans: B. Green

  1. Identify the Tree

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a) Coconut Tree

b) Banyan Tree

c) Mango Tree

d) Peepal Tree

Ans: A. Coconut Tree

  1. Who is the king of the jungle?

a)Tiger

b) Lion

c) Deer

d) Elephant

Ans: B. Lion

  1. Which part of your body do you use to see?

a) Ears

b) Nose

c) Tongue

d) Eyes

Ans: D. Eyes 

  1. How many fingers are there in your hands?

a) Five

b) Six

c) Seven

d) Ten

Ans. D. Ten

  1. Which of the following animals give us milk?

a) Cow

b) Dog

c) Cat

d) Monkey

Ans: A. Cow

  1. What is the color of sunflowers?

a) White

b) Yellow

c) Blue

d) Green

Ans: B. Yellow

  1. Which animal is known as “Ship of Desert”?

a) Donkey

b) Horse

c) Came

d) Elephant

Ans: C. Camel

  1.  How many legs do you have?

Ans: Two

  1.   Which animal guards our house?

Ans: Dog

  1.   Identify the bird

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Ans: Peacock

  1. What is the color of your hair?

Ans: Black

  1. How many wheels does a cycle have?

Ans: Two

  1. Name the four main directions?

Ans: North, East, West, and South

  1. What food does a cow eat?

Ans: Grass

  1.   Which number comes after 10?

Ans: 11

  1. Which means of transport do you use in water?

Ans: Ship

  1. How many alphabets are there in the English language?

Ans: 26

  1. Where do you go when you are sick?

Ans: Hospital

  1. A person who teaches us is known as___________?

Ans: Teacher

  1. Name the vowels in English.

Ans: A,E,I,O,U

  1. How many sense organs do we have?

Ans: Five

  1. What is the color of the sky?

Ans: Blue

  1. What sound does a dog make?

Ans: Bow-Bow

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GK Questions For Class 2

 General Knowledge Questions and Answers for Kids – Class 2

GK questions for kids help to improve their general awareness relating to the plants, animals, personalities, festivals, and other things happening around the world. 

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This set of simple quiz questions for kids can enrich one’s personal confidence and sharpen thinking capacity.

Our little minds are curious to learn new things. So here is a set of easy general knowledge questions for kids of class 2.

1) Name the shape with three sides?

Ans- Triangle

2) What is the smallest two digit number?

Ans- 10

3) Which shape has no sides and corners?

Ans- Circle

4) Which shape has all four of its sides equal?

Ans- Square

5) What is the largest two digit number?

Ans- 99

6) What is the smallest even number?

Ans- 2

7) What is the place value of 4 in 654?

Ans- Ones

8) 4 times 8 equals ___________.

Ans- 32

9) 40+20 equals to ____________.

Ans- 60

10) An adult human has _________ teeth.

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Ans- 32

11) Which animal gives us wool?

Ans- Sheep

12) What do we get when water freezes?

Ans- Ice

13) What is a house made of snow called?

Ans- Igloo

14) What kind of clothes do we wear during winter?

Ans- Woollen clothes

15) What are the white lines where we cross the road called?

Ans- Zebra Crossing

16) A lion lives in a ______.

Ans- Den

17) Sun rises in the ________.

Ans- East

18) Sun sets in the _________.

Ans- West

19) What does the red light of a traffic signal indicate?

Ans- 20

20) What does green light of a traffic signal indicate?

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Ans- Go

21) India has _____ states.

Ans- 28

22) What does a caterpillar turn into?

Ans- Butterfly

23) Which Indian city is known as “Pink City”?

Ans- Jaipur

24) Which is the largest cat in the world?

Ans- Siberian tiger

25) Which animal is known as the “ship of the desert”?

Ans- Camel

26) Which planet do we live on?

Ans- Earth

27) How many players are there in a cricket team?

Ans- 11

28) The doctor who takes care of our teeth is called ________.

Ans- Dentist

29) Name the bird that lays the largest eggs?

Ans- Ostrich

30) Our solar system has ______ planets.

Ans- 8

31) Name the currency of Thailand?

Ans- Bhat

32) What is the sound made by a lion?

Ans- Roar

33) What is the young one of an elephant called?

Ans- Calf

34) A pig lives in a _____.

Ans- Sty

35) A year has ___ weeks.

Ans- 52

36) How many kidneys does a human body have?

Ans- 2

37) How many strings does a violin have?

Ans- 4

38) A century has ____ years.

Ans- 100

39) How many moons does Earth have?

Ans- 1

40) Saturn has ____ moons.

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Ans- 82

41) How many colours are there in a rainbow?

Ans- 7

42) In which country can kangaroos be found?

Ans- Australia

43) Name the planet in our solar system with the most number of moons?

Ans- Saturn

44) Earth’s atmosphere has ____ layers.

Ans- 5

45) What are the colours of Olympic rings?

Ans- Blue, Red, Green, Yellow and Black

46) A spider has _____ legs.

Ans- Eight

47) Which is the smallest continent in the world?

Ans- Australia

48) How many days are there in a year?

Ans- 365

49) Which month has the least number of days?

Ans- February

50) Which part of a plant grows under the soil?

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Ans- Root

51) What is the currency of UK?

Ans- Pound Sterling

52) What is the currency of Bangladesh?

Ans- Taka

53) What is the currency of Pakistan?

Ans- Rupee

54) What is the currency of China?

Ans- Yuan

55) What is the currency of New Zealand?

Ans- Dollar

56) What is the currency of Russia?

Ans- Ruble

57) Tokyo is the capital of which country?

Ans- Japan

58) What was the real name of Lord Buddha?

Ans- Siddhartha Gautama

59) Oscar award is related to which field?

Ans- Film industry

60) How many minutes are there in an hour?

Ans- 60

61) A triangle with all three sides equal is called _______.

Ans- Equilateral triangle

62) What is the capital of Philippines?

Ans- Manila

63) What do you call a person who makes furniture from wood?

Ans- Carpenter

64) Which country is known as “Gift of Nile”?

Ans- Egypt

65) How many years make a decade?

Ans- 10

66) Which part of a plant is called “kitchen of the plant”?

Ans- Leaf

67) We smell using our _____.

Ans- Nose

68) Who painted Mona Lisa?

Ans- Leonardo Da Vinci

69) We use our ears to _______.

Ans- Hear

70) English alphabets have ____ consonants.

Ans- 21

71) What is the shape of a cricket field?

Ans- Circle

72) How many members are there in a Water Polo team?

Ans- 7

73) The word “Grand Slam” is associated with which sport?

Ans- Tennis

74) What is a group of porcupines called?

Ans- Prickle

75) Name a bird that can fly backwards?

Ans- Humming bird

76)  Who was the first Prime Minister of India?

Ans- Jawaharlal Nehru

 77)  Which state is known as the ‘fruit bowl’ of India?

Ans- Himachal Pradesh

 78)  What is the name of this beautiful monument?

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Ans- Taj Mahal

79)  How many legs does a spider have?

Ans – Eight

80)  Name this famous Indian Cricketer.

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Ans- Sachin Tendulkar

81)  Who is popularly known as the “Iron Man of India”?

Ans- Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel 

82)  What is the sound made by a duck?

Ans- Quack quack

83)  The national currency of India is

Ans- Rupee

84)  The young one of a kangaroo is

Ans- Joey

85)  What is the sound made by a horse?

Ans- Neigh

86)  The young one of Elephant is

Ans- Calf

87)  Which river is infamous as the ‘Sorrow of Bengal”?

Ans- Damodar River

88)  _ is celebrated as the birth of Jesus Christ

Ans- Christmas

89)  Which is the harvest festival in Assam?

Ans- Bohag Bihu 

90)  Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of _.

Ans- Kerala

91)  Which is the national sport of India?

Ans- Hockey

92)  What does the heart pump?

Ans- Blood

93)  The longest river in India

Ans- Ganga

94)  Which is the national fruit of India?

Ans- Mango

95)  How many spokes does the wheel in Indian Flag have?

Ans- 24 spokes

96)  Who is the first citizen of India?

Ans- President of India

97)  Where does a pig live?

Ans- Sty

98)  What is the name of this famous painting?

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Ans- Mona Lisa

99)  How many cats can you see in this picture?

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Ans- 10 cats

100)  How do you relate to your maternal grandfather?

Ans- Mother’s father

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