Do you have those kids who are not old enough to be in school? Are you thinking of ways to get them prepared for school? Calm your nerves! Your phone can provide the needed cushion for such a lofty aspiration.

There are some games that, when downloaded on your phone, can be used to introduce your kids to school life. These games can help them develop the flair for those school works right from when they are still at home.

What is more? Most of the games are free, except for those that come with ads - which you'll need to check out to know whether they'll be appropriate for your child's views-and those that come with In-App-Purchases which you can get around by password-protecting your Google Account to avoid unnecessary billing.

What Are Top Educational Games For Preschool Children?

Frankly speaking, it is not very ideal giving your Android phone to your kids, especially the one that is not up to school age. When you need a reason to do just that, these games highlighted below will point you in the right direction.

Listed below are some of the top games that you can use to ease your kids to school life without boring them stiff:

#1. RV AppStudios

RV AppStudios, an app developer, famous for developing educational apps/games for kids. You'll find different kinds of games your kid would love from this developer.

For instance, Ice Cream Paradise is a free game that has the same game play as Candy Crush.

Most these games are totally free. Games such as 123 Numbers, ABC Kids, ABC Spelling, and more. ABC Kids was voted the best kid-friendly game in 2016 and 123 Numbers was voted as the best Kid game by 2017.

What is more? All the games featured on the app are kid-friendly and also promise educational value.

#2. Endless Alphabet

This is not actually a straight-up game; it is an app that offers a series of mini-games. "Endless Alphabet" is a part of the Originator Inc's "Endless series of edutainment applications."

The app introduces kids to letters and words while offering a number of mini-games along the way.

Kids can put words together in simple and appealing spelling puzzles. After that, they get rewarded with a short animated video explaining what each word meant.

The free version of the app allows you to use the app with seven free words and animations, but you can unlock more than a hundred words, puzzles, and animations via In-App Purchases.

The app is recommended for kids below 4. Download the app here.

#3. Moose Math by Duck Duck Moose

This game was created by kids game developer, "Duck Duck Moose." It is a part of the "Moose" series of kids' games.

The Moose Math is a game that engages kids in a mathematical adventure and teaches counting, addition, subtraction, geometry, sorting, and a whole lot more. It involves playing five multi-level activities in the Moose Juice Store, Puck's Pet Shop, and Lost and Found. While playing, kids can earn rewards that will help them build their own city and decorate the buildings.

Moose Math is created in line with Common Core State Standards for Kindergarten and 1st grade and includes a Report Card section where the parents can monitor the progress of their kids.

Playing the game involves the kids making smoothies while practicing simple addition and subtraction, and learning and sorting shapes and colors, and solving number patterns and joining dots to help "Dust Funny" find its way home, among other things.

The amazing thing about this game is that it is entirely free without ads and IAPs. Download the app here.

#4. Intellijoy

Here's another app developer that specializes in kids' games. They've developed simple games for your kids like Connect the Dots, ABC Letters, and some other recreational kids' stuff like Kids Painting and Preschool Puzzles.

Parents highly regard the app for its ability to introduce little children to school life easily. The most impressive thing about this app is that almost all the games in their collection are downloadable for free. But to have more cool stuff, you can buy all the games with their all-in-one app for $32.99.


As said in the introduction, it is not a great idea to give your phones to your kids because of their carefree nature. Phones and other digital accessories need to be handled with extra care, which, of course, does not manifest in kids.

When there is now a reason to have to give the phone to kids, there should be a perfect reason to - one of which is probably to help them with school work. What about those kids that are not up to school age? Do we have any reason to have to give our phones to them? Of course! That is just to help them get used to school life, even before they attain that age.

These are just some of those apps and games that can be used to introduce these little kids into school life. Most of them are free, while some of them come with IAPs and ads.

If you are looking for games to help with this, you will do well to check out any of those outlined above.

Of course, there are bound to be several others out there that can serve the same purpose, but these are some of the best ones on the web presently.