Tiga Talk Speech Therapy iPad Games

If you’re a teacher working with special needs students or a parent of a child with language delays, Tiga Talk Speech Therapy Games is a great iPad app you’ll want to check out.  The purpose of the app is to encourage children to make different sounds as they play games.  This app was designed with […]

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Endless Numbers to Introduce Key Math Concepts

From the makers of Endless Alphabet and Endless Reader there is a brand new app called Endless Numbers that will definitely get your early learners excited about math practice. With five free levels and more available with an in app purchase, children can count and add with monsters at a carnival.  The kid-friendly interface and […]

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Video Tutorials to Learn & Review: Virtual Nerd Mobile Math

Video tutorials are a great way for students to review and learn new concepts.  Whether you’re looking for a way to flip your classroom, kick off a lesson, or provide extra resources for students, Pearson’s Virtual Nerd Mobile Math has a library of videos to choose from. This app gives you the opportunity to search […]

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12 Apps for the One iPad Classroom

You don’t have to be in a one to one iPad classroom to integrate this powerful tablet into your everyday routine. Not every classroom is 1:1 and many teachers find resources for one tablet classroom a bit frustrating as much of edTech focuses on 1:1 classrooms. If you’re not a 1:1 classroom, there are still a […]

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Google Hangouts in Your Classroom: Virtual Guest Speakers

Google Hangouts are a fantastic tool for connecting with colleagues, other classrooms and experts in the field.  If you aren’t able to take your students to a Civil War battlefield or a National Park, or just can’t afford to fly a guest speaker to come to a school assembly, try organizing a Google Hangout. This […]

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How-To: Link Images to QR Codes

QR Codes are a fantastic way to take students directly to a website and I’ve shared tons of ways I like to use them!  If you want your students to find a picture without doing a Google Image search, it’s easy to create a QR code that takes students directly to a photograph. 1. Do […]

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Otus the Mobile Learning Tool for 1:1 iPad Classrooms

If you are in a one-to-one iPad classroom Otus is a new app worth checking out.  It combines some of the best classroom and behavior management features found in other apps – assessment, polling, split screen, web browser – into one place.  Created by two middle school educators in Illinois, this app was designed to solve […]

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Learningpod for Common Core Test Prep Practice

For teachers looking for free practice test questions Learningpod is worth checking out.  They have over 47,000 questions including content for the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Teachers can find and assign question sets for students and keep track of their progress.  It works on multiple devices and has tons of question sets to choose from […]

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Cargo-Bot Programming Game and Coding App for Kids

I’m a huge fan of apps that promote STEM concepts and here is another programming game and mobile app to check out.  Cargo-Bot is a puzzle programming game where players need to show a robot how to move by giving it a set of directions. As they program each move, kids will see the instructions […]

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SkyView Free – Explore the Universe!

 As a big fan of apps that bring the world to your fingertips, I’m very excited for the new FREE version of SkyView.  With this app students can point their device towards the sky and see where stars, planets and constellations are located.  Users can access extra information on each celestial body and activate the […]

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