MyLocker is an app by Kids&Us English S.L.. MyLocker was first published on January 12, 2021. The app is currently available on Android, Other.AndroidIf you are a proud owner of the Android device, MyLocker is compatible . The most current version is 1.0.36 Before diving headlong into MyLocker consider content rating: Everyone MyLocker will take up...
MyLocker is an app developed by Kids&Us English S.L.. MyLocker was first published on January 12, 2021. It is accessible on Android, Other.
If you are a proud owner of the Android device, MyLocker requires . The most current version is 1.0.36 Before diving headlong into MyLocker consider content rating:
MyLocker requires 72M of free space on your smartphone.
“My Locker” Digital Content App
With“My Locker”, your children will have access not only to the audio tracks of our courses but also to countless additional materials that will give continuity to their learning in an enjoyable and stimulating way.
As a complement to the physical material used in our methodology, you will also have the mobile application “My Locker”, with audiovisual content and interactive games related to each story.
Objectives and Benefits of “My Locker”:
1- To concentrate the digital educational resources related to the course in one place..
2- To facilitate families’ access to this content (audio, video, games).
3- To offer a wide variety of extra content to complement the student’s learning experience and to enable them to continue to have greater exposure to English outside the classroom.
Note: This app is available for all types of devices.
In this section, families will have easy access to the audio tracks of the course. In addition, you will be able to download the tracks and listen to them without having to be connected to the Internet.
When it’s time to change tracks, you will receive a notification in the same app and the new audio will be automatically activated.
In this section, students will be able to watch cartoons which are suitable to their age.
In this section, families will find several interactive games designed specifically for each character and story, so that the children can continue practising the vocabulary and structures learnt in the classroom activities at home. These games do not replace listening to the audio tracks of the story, but rather are a supplement.