We love the Epic! app in our house!
We are obsessed we books and audiobooks! Good books! Great books! Classic books! We just love reading. We read aloud as part of our morning routine, we listen to audiobooks during our lunch breaks, then we do some more reading late in the afternoons and we even read some more before bedtime when we can.
Buying books all the time is not in our budget and as much as we love our library and try to go there as often as we can,but I keep forgetting to return my books on time and keep paying for late fees. Anyone else can relate to it?? 😀
With the Epic! app we can read the best children’s books of all time from our laptop, desktop computer or from our smartphones and tablets anytime we want, 24/7 for a super affordable flat fee subscription and no late fees.
This is how the Epic! app looks like on our iPads!
On Epic! each child have their own profile and the app select appropriate books for each child according to their age and also allows you to set your preferences. All their reading is recorded and as a parent, I know who is reading what and how long they read plus this pretty cool app gives the children badges as rewards for their reading time.
So, what makes this Epic! app so epic?
Epic! is A Great App for Homeschoolers!
Think of Epic! as the Netflix of children’s books! Oh but these books are not just for leisure, they have amazing books and educational videos from Encyclopedia Britannica we use in our homeschool too! From Disney stories to history, science, biographies and much more, I absolutely love their content!
Today in our homeschool we learned about Egypt and Picasso and I found tons of books and educational videos on Epic! for my kids to further their learning. Epic! makes reading books and learning fun for the kids and for the parents too! I also love reading their books or listening to their audiobooks.
Epic! has all the classics we love, like the Narnia series, Anne of Green Gables series, Boxcar Children series and a lot more. We can’t stop reading! You can try it free for 30 days and I doubt you won’t like it.
Go try it out and start to make your kid’s reading time Epic! too!
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