The best free educational software for children has been revealed.
The free educational apps, including iPad, iPhone and Android, have been revealed by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) as the best in the world.
“Free education software is a great way to help kids and adults learn,” said the ABS in a statement.
“It’s a way to teach the things that matter most to them, and it can be downloaded, used and enjoyed by everyone.”ABS says there are around 40 million Australians aged 4-17 currently enrolled in free education, and the figures include children and young people.
“This year, more than 100 million Australians have access to free education,” it said.
“Our research shows that this growth is likely to continue and that free education is a key factor in the success of the digital economy in Australia.”
“Free educational software includes: apps to help students learn, a learning platform for parents and teachers to monitor learning and help them develop and enhance learning tools, free online education tools, and more.”
The free software includes apps for: iPad, iOS, Android, Kindle, Windows, Mac, Windows 10, Apple TV, Mac OS X, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox, Apple Watch and more.
The best free education software for kids has been announced.ABC News: The best apps to get your kids learningSource: ABC News.
The ABS is also launching a free mobile app to help teachers and parents keep track of their children’s learning, and is offering parents a chance to get involved in their childrens’ education.
The app lets parents download free apps to send their children to school, and help with their children becoming more involved in school.
The ABC understands the app is only available for a limited number of schools, with the first batch of apps to be released later this month.
The new app will be available for free download in September, but will only be available in Australian schools, not online.
The apps include: