Youtube Videos: A Knowledge Factory for Kids

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On April 19, 2013
Last modified:May 15, 2013

Summary:

Youtube once again becomes a “knowledge factory” for kids.  Every since it popularity has grown among children the channel has become a knowledgeable source of learning for kids of all ages.  An abundant upload of videos for kids has opened a new horizon of e-learning for children.  A worldwide audience of parents, teachers and kids has urged app developing companies to invest in Smartphone and tab apps for early childhood education.  Companies such as EFlashApps have started partnering with YouTube to launch their own YouTube channels.

EFlashApps Features:

Baby Flash Cards

BABY FLASH CARDS ranks:

Top 10 Paid Education Apps on Mac Appstore
Top 20 Bestsellers Free Education Apps on Appstore
Top 20 Free Education Apps on Google Play
Top 100 Bestsellers Free Education Apps in 50+ countries

Free and Available in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Portuguese, French, Hindi, German, Arabic, Russian, Japanese and Italian

Kids Picture Dictionary

Introduce kids to hundreds of words with professionally recorded sentences associated with pictures with Kids Picture Dictionary – Now Available on Appstore.

Helps children learn sentence formation with repetition. Parents and children can use the fun self-record tool to record sentences in their own voice for more personalized and fun learning activity!

Learning Sight Words Made Easy

With 5 built-in games, high-quality images, professionally recorded voice-overs and playful music, our series of Sight Words apps make learning Sight Words a fun learning activity for toddlers and pre-schoolers!

 Kids Love Rhymes : Original, Animated!

Original Children’s Nursery Rhymes Music & Videos

Watch animated Nursery Rhymes on YouTube
Download music from iTunes
Also available on Amazon and Google Play
Now also on Dailymotion

EFlashApps on YouTube

Entire collection of rhymes with original animations and music soundtracks on an exclusive YouTube channel!

YouTube search for popular rhymes like Old MacDonald Had a Farm, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Baa Baa Black Sheep show EFlashApps videos on the first page of results.

 

[ image source: http://www.inmobi.com/blog/developer-case-studies/eflashapps/ ]