Google Actions Privacy Policy

Google Actions Privacy Policy

About this Google Actions Privacy Policy

This privacy policy discloses the privacy practices for:

High Five Maths

This privacy policy applies solely to information collected by this software. It will notify you of the following:

  1. What personally identifiable information is collected from you via the Google Home Action, how it is used and with whom it may be shared.
  2. What choices are available to you regarding the use of your data.
  3. The security procedures in place to protect the misuse of your information.
  4. How you can correct any inaccuracies in the information.

Information Collection, Use, and Sharing

We are the sole owners of the information collected by this action. We only have access to/collect information that you voluntarily give us via the use of this action or other direct contact from you. We will not sell or rent this information to anyone.

We will use your information to respond to you, regarding the reason you contacted us. We will not share your information with any third party outside of our organization.

Your Access to and Control Over Information

You may opt out of any future contacts from us at any time. You can do the following at any time by de-listing the Google Home Action from all of your devices.

Digital Agency Security

We take precautions to protect your information. When you submit sensitive information via the Google Home service, your information is protected both online and offline.

While we use encryption to protect sensitive information transmitted online, we also protect your information offline. Only employees who need the information to perform a specific job (for example, billing or customer service) are granted access to personally identifiable information. The computers/servers in which we store personally identifiable information are kept in a secure environment.

Privacy Policy Updates

Our Privacy Policy may change from time to time and all updates will be posted on this page.

If you feel that we are not abiding by this privacy policy, you should contact us immediately via our contact page. You can also explore our more detailed Business Terms and Conditions as well as our Company Privacy Policy on these pages. We also have an Amazon Alexa Privacy Policy.

This page has been updated on 26th November 2022

Google Apps for Kids: enhancing learning and developing skills

There is a large selection of apps for kids within the Google play store, enabling parents and guardians to download suitable games and activities onto their children’s:

  • Mobile phones
  • Tablets
  • Chromebook / laptop 
  • Television 

The available kids’ apps range from fun math games to relaxing activities such as colouring in pictures. With Google apps, your child can work on their independent learning, enjoy digital activities and stimulate their minds with fun and engaging content. 

Educational apps for kids

Educational apps for kids are a great way to ensure that you are encouraging your child to develop their learning skills. You can find suitable educational apps for your child’s age and level of knowledge, even focusing on areas they might be struggling with in school and providing an opportunity for them to develop those skills at home. 

Math apps for kids

Math apps for kids are a great way to explain math concepts with fun visual graphics that make the question more engaging and easier to comprehend. Kids can take the learning at their own pace and focus on the areas they need more help with. 

Math Kids: Math Games for Kids 

This is a great app to download to help your child learn math concepts such as addition, subtraction and multiplication. It uses fun animated animal characters to explain the concepts and make them more interesting for kids to engage with. 

The free version of Math Kids: Math Games for Kids includes adverts, but you can upgrade to the full version without ads. 

Learning Mole Maths 

Learning Mole Math is a great alternative to other apps for kids, as you can still access the math videos, activities and content on your child’s digital device. A previous primary school teacher has developed the platform, so the content is closely related to the national curriculum. 

Learning Mole Math provides fun animations and maths games to make learning fun and help your child develop their math skills. The content is suitable for ages 5 – 11, and your child can choose to focus on math topics such as division, subtraction, problem-solving or multiplication. 

Reading apps for kids

Reading apps for kids are a great way to introduce children to reading concepts, helping them develop initial letter formation, proper sentence structure and being able to follow along with story narratives. Many free apps are available on Google Play Store, and many provide free versions. 

Starfall Learn to Read

This is a great app for kids, helping preschoolers and young children build upon their reading abilities. The app teaches children about letter phonics and uses the fun animated character of Zac the Rat to guide learning and interact with children. 

The Starfall Learn to Read app has been developed by a non-profit organisation and is free to download. 

Learning Mole English

Whilst Learning Mole English isn’t a downloadable app, the content is still available to access on your child’s digital device. Learning Mole English provides a host of resources for developing your child’s reading, writing, grammar and spelling skills. 

From letter formation to storytelling and proper pronunciation, Learning Mole English can help your child build upon their English skills in a fun and engaging way. The content is suitable for ages 3 up to 11 and focuses on Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 learning.

Science apps for kids 

Science apps for kids are a great way to explain challenging concepts to children, helping them visualise scientific knowledge and demonstrate science experiments in a safe yet engaging way. 

Toca Lab: Elements

This app is excellent for introducing your child to the 118 elements of science. Children can mix different elements within the app and see the chemical reactions they create. Each element also has its own unique personality that corresponds with how they look in real life, helping your child differentiate between their elemental properties. 

Toca Lab: Elements costs $3.99 for its initial download, but there are no in-app purchases after that. 

Learning Mole STEM

Learning Mole STEM isn’t available on the Google play store, but your child can still access the content on their device. Learning Mole STEM has been developed to encourage children to appreciate science and learn about the world around them.

The content uses fun animations and clever games to teach children about science topics, including the human body, the environment, nature and much more. The content is suitable for children of all ages and is excellent for introducing them to the world of science. 

Lots of the content produced by Learning Mole is free to view, although, for unlimited access to all of their videos and activities, it costs just £1.99 per month for individual access. 

Language apps for kids 

Language apps for kids are a great way to help children learn different languages. They can practice their vocabulary and pronunciation of foreign words. It is often challenging to learn a new language, but with a language app, your child can track their progress and stay engaged with learning another language. 

Duolingo: Language lessons

Duolingo has developed an app for children to learn different languages such as Spanish, German, French, Italian and much more. The content provides bite-size learning sessions to ensure your child can grasp these new concepts and take the learning at their own pace. 

The app provides over 40 different languages to learn from, and with over 100 million downloads, it’s a great language app for kids. 

Language apps for older kids

For older children, who may be studying a language as part of their school education, there are other language apps that focus on refining their language skills. These apps have a lot more detail, focusing on sentence structure, punctuation and grammatical errors. Check out this list of language apps for further information on what’s included and how much it costs. 

Productivity apps for kids

Productivity apps for kids are great for older children who may be preparing for their upcoming exams. Productivity apps can help them create a study schedule, organise their learning and achieve their goals during a stressful time of their lives. 

Apps like Microsoft Office ensure that all of their learning material is easily accessed and kept in one place, whilst other apps, such as Scannable, ensure that they can access physical textbooks on the go with their digital device. 

Productivity apps for kids can help your child organise their time efficiently, whilst still allowing for free time and relaxation. 

Music apps for kids 

Music apps for kids can provide your child with the basis of music knowledge, helping them to identify rhythm, notes and beats. They are also great for providing musical entertainment with age-appropriate content that you are happy for them to listen to. 

Spotify for Kids

Spotify for kids provides your child with their favourite nursery rhymes, sing-along tunes and lullabies. All of the content has been handpicked to ensure age-appropriate music and that the format is easy for children to navigate through. 

Spotify Kids is available for a free one-month trial within the Premium Family plan. 

Music learning apps for kids 

If you would like to help your child learn the basics of music knowledge and theory, then the Easy Music for Kids app is a great choice. No previous music theory is required and they can help your child identify pitch, rhythm and beats. The app also lets your child compose and record their own melodies.