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At Studycat, we create language learning apps that are built to engage, entertain and educate kids. Our expertise has been built over many years of teaching languages to children in the classroom, online and now through apps for smartphones and tablets.

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Green with envy – What’s the meaning?

Hi guys, it’s me again, Studycat. I love to study and one of the things I enjoy studying the most is English idioms. So, I have looked into a few good ones and I will let you know what I find out. Green with envy explained To be green with envy means to be jealous [...]

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Studycat drop Fun English prices to celebrate 2 million users

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – December 18th, 2013 Studycat Limited, today announced a 23% price cut for Fun English in order to celebrate 2 million users across the world. Fun English helps kids aged 3-10 to learn English through engaging play activities and includes 10 themed lessons, and more than 50 learning games. It’s a great [...]

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Studycat Interviewed by UltimateSpelling.com

Those lovely people at UltimateSpelling.com recently approached us to request an interview with Studycat. However, Studycat has been very busy developing new language learning apps and has been unable to complete our media training course, so we sent along Dan Lambert to answer all the questions. Here’s a transcript of the interview. Studying Spelling is [...]

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From Pumkin to Studycat and beyond

Some of you may have noticed some changes recently and we think that now is a good time to explain everything that we are doing. Our Background As some of you may already know, we’ve been helping kids learn languages for many years now. Our company was founded by a group of language learning professionals [...]

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Raining Cats & Dogs – What’s the meaning?

Hi humans, this is Studycat here and I have some idioms to tell you about. People use idioms a lot in English. Some are funny. Some are silly. Some are just really confusing. Now here is one I studied a while ago. As you can imagine it grabbed my attention. To rain cats and dogs. [...]

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New Sea Animals Lesson for Fun English on iPad & iPhone

Today sees the launch of our tenth lesson within Fun English Language Learning Games on iPad & iPhone. The sea animals lesson contains five new activities which introduce twelve sea animals, an all-new song, and activities to teach comparatives like bigger, smaller, longer and shorter. The new activities are: The Diner – learn the names [...]

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Fun English Course launches on the Amazon App Store

Following on from the launch of Fun English on Android, Studycat are delighted to announce the launch of the English language learning app in the Amazon App Store. This release is made up of a free to try lesson and a buy upfront Fun English Course, which includes all 9 of the lessons available on [...]

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Fun English is now available on Android

Studycat announce the launch of Fun English on Android After the amazing success of Fun English Learning Games for iPad & iPhone, Studycat are delighted to announce the launch of the English language learning app for Android devices. A free English language lesson is available to download from today from Google Play. Download Fun English [...]

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New Studycat website is launched

The new Studycat website is now live. About Studycat We make fun language learning apps for children. Based on our years of teaching and game-making experience, we create games that engage kids and encourage learning through play. History Our company was founded by a group of language learning experts who were all teaching English as a second [...]

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