4 Apps To Get Your Kids Excited About Virtual Reality

Although there is still a lot to learn about the world of virtual reality, as a homeschool mom I’m excited to try out some of these kid-friendly virtual reality apps with my family.

The Google Cardboard VR headset is custom made for kids and boasts a few apps that promise safe and educational virtual reality experiences for children. Google Cardboard is not recommended for kids under the age of 7, so you may want to use your middle-aged children as guinea pigs for this type of online fun. For educators and homeschoolers, virtual reality does offer a unique opportunity to immerse kids in environments they’d otherwise not experience. My advice is to try apps one at a time and monitor your kid’s behavior after usage.

YouTube is also a great resource to preview VR apps before playing and I found YouTube videos for just about every app on this list. With that

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