Do you like to travel? Do you take kids travel with you? Travel is a great experience for anyone, especially for kids. They can learn so much that are not taught in school or at home. They learn different people with different backgrounds, different customs, foods, buildings, … If there is no budget and time constrains, I’d love to travel the world with my kids. But it is impossible to go to every country you’d like to go. That is why these wonderful apps are great. They are better than books because they are multimedia and interactive, so they are more engaging than print books. Even if you plan to visit these places, these apps can be helpful in learning about these places and as tools to refresh memories of the travel experiences.
Apps Taking Kids Travel the World
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Queen Bee in Paris is a wonderful story book for kids, introducing kids to the beautiful city of Paris. Kids follow the queen bee to tour the city, and they will see a lot, food, music, painting, famous caves, … The pictures in the book are beautiful and the music makes you feel you are right there in the city. It is on Apple App Store and Amazon App Store.
Little Lamb in Amsterdam is another beautiful book app for kids. Kids explore Netherlands with the Little Lamb on her bike. Kids will travel past must-see attractions, discover Dutch art, culture, food and learn many Interesting and educational facts along the way. It is available on Apple App Store, Amazon App Store, and Google Play.
Eric and Bruce Travel to Britain is a fun app designed for young children. Kids as young as preschool age can play with the app.
The Amazing train tells a story of 4 Indian kids taking a train to visit the city. Kids will see how they cook and how they eat, and how it is like in an Indian city.
Ansel & Clair’s Adventures in Africa takes kids to the largest continent on Earth, Africa. Kids will follow Ansel, the friendly intergalactic photographer from the exotic planet Virtoos, and Clair, a brilliant Virtoosian robot travel from the mouth of the Nile to the Cape of Good Hope to the vast Saharan Desert, meet Africa’s inhabitants, greet the animals of the Serengeti, and explore the inside of the pyramids of Cairo.
Do you have a good story app for kids that teaches kids about world culture?
Looking for more apps teaching kids world cultural? Try Homes by Tinybop. It takes kids to explore homes around the world and explore the differences of people’s living environment.