4 apps to help your kids learn during coronavirus crisis
The surge in coronavirus cases in India has prompted everyone to stay home, in quarantine. Several public places, including schools and non-essential businesses, have been closed in the wake of this major health crisis. Now, as this could drastically affect your kid's education in the near future, we have curated some handy resources to make sure they keep learning even at home. Here's more.
Vedantu offering free courses to learn
In the wake of COVID-19, log into Vedantu to help your kid learn from home. Vedantu made its entire platform, including live classes, study material, tests, and assignments for Classes 1-12, free to access. It's parterning with schools across Bengaluru, New Delhi, Kerala, Hyderabad, etc. to teach students remotely. It's also offering co-curricular courses for all grades like Turbo Maths, Rocket Pro, Photography, Coding.
BYJU's is also free to access
All the content on popular learning app BYJU's has also been made free - for students across India. Their offering, available till the end of April, includes course material for classes 1 to 12 as well as live classes, tests, assignments. Notably, BYJU's can also be used by students preparing for competitive exams like CAT, IAS, NEET, and JEE as well as government exams.
Toppr's Live Classes and video classes on offer
Another platform you could use to ensure interruption-free studies for your kids is Toppr. The service is accessible on Android/iOS, but it has only made the Live Classes and Video Classes free for students. For other content, including practice questions and mock tests, you are required to pay. Also, Toppr only offers content for students between classes 5 to 12 at the moment.
Lido Learning with Hinglish content
Finally, there is Lido Learning, a Mumbai-based ed-tech platform catering to students across Classes 5 to 9 through live online sessions and personalized content for Math and Science. The startup offers material in Hinglish and has also extended its free trial period from 7 days to 14 days in the wake of the coronavirus disease.