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Study apps that are apt to help kids

Credit: Kidsday staff artist / Sofia Zhiminaicela, Hampton Bays

There are so many apps to help kids study. Here are some I like a lot:

Quizlet: On this app, you can make your own flashcards, and you can quiz yourself with the app. Also, you can play a matching game with vocabulary words and definitions. Lastly, you can type the definition and then the answers. I use this app when I study for all subjects.

myHomework: This app is awesome for kids who want to start their homework at a certain time and don’t want to forget. In this app, you set up all your school subjects. Next, you put in all of your homework or reminders for each subject. Finally, you set an alarm, and it beeps when it’s time to do your work. I like this app because the alarm reminds me when to start my homework.

Kahoot!: With this app you get to choose what category you want to do. Then it gives you a question, you choose the answer you think is right, and finally it gives you the correct answer. Also, you can make your own game on your device. I thought it was hard to use at first, but then it became easier when I figured it out.

I like all of these apps a lot. I would recommend them for kids of all grades.

Lori Shyman’s sixth-grade class, Clarke Middle School, Westbury

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