DfE recommends parents use apps to help pre-school children learn at home


A number of educational apps for two- to five-year-olds have received a stamp of approval from the Department for Education, to encourage parents to boost their children’s learning at home in speaking, writing and reading.

Kaligo claims to be the first digital handwriting exercise book using a stylus and tablet. It is one of six apps approved by ministers to support pre-school children's learning at home PHOTO Kaligo
Kaligo claims to be the first digital handwriting exercise book using a stylus and tablet. It is one of six apps approved by ministers to support pre-school children's learning at home PHOTO Kaligo

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