Primary school pupils who use mobile apps on iPads, iPhones are performing better in school, research reveals

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Encyclopædia Britannica's new app

In a busy, hectic, stressed filled world of trying to get children interested in learning and being curious about the world, we need to engage them in new ways, and what better way than to download the Smartphone Apps by the  Encyclopædia Britannica.

In the latest survey by the Encyclopædia Britannica a staggering 93% of parents say educational apps have helped their child with their school work and projects, while almost three quarters of families actively encourage their child to download apps for exam revision, homework and information on new topics.

As a parent myself of a child doing their GCSE’s this summer, I welcome this brilliant new way to help my daughter with her revision.

To help families and children discover the benefits of educational mobile apps this Easter weekend, Encyclopædia Britannica is offering all of its educational mobile children’s apps free for download on iTunes UK so why not grab this opportunity to make learning more fun ?

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