It’s often the simplest apps that pack the biggest punch and that is definitely true of Comparative Adjectives. This app presents clean, crisp images to children and asks them to identify the largest, smallest, most colorful, etc., item on the screen. Great for early elementary schoolers and English Language Learners! Check out my favorite apps…Details
If you only have one or a few iPads in your classroom, interactive story apps are great for stations and partner activities. Goodnight Safari is a beautifully illustrated interactive book that children can explore independently.
The Opposites is a wonderful cartoon app that helps children identify antonyms. With a combative brother and sister spouting off words, players need to identify pairs of opposite words. This free game has different levels that will challenge both elementary and middle school students. Here are 10 Tech Tools to Boost Vocabulary! Read this post in…Details
If you update a class blog that contains information on each night’s homework try using Siri! By using this feature in combination with the WordPress iPhone app, simply “tell” Siri the homework and update your classroom blog with a quick tap on the screen. Want more tips for a one iPhone/iPad classroom? Register for my Udemy…Details
I’m excited to share some great new updates from one of my favorite assessment tools, The Answer Pad! So much more than an app, The Answer Pad lets students with access to an Internet browser input answers for formative and summative assessments. Teachers can easily transform their existing assessments into paperless exams so test results…Details
This 3D picture book definitely pops off of the page! Children can interact with characters on the screen as they read Little Red Riding Hood all by themselves or listen as it’s read aloud. The graphics of this app alone are worth exploring. Try out one of my Common Core aligned iPad lesson plans for teaching…Details
eFaqt is a new study app that helps students “hack studying” by using their time more efficiently. With this app students can make mind maps, and flashcards, and share notes online with classmates. Check out their online app for free, and enter to WIN a free eFaqt Pro account for a year by signing up to…Details
The iTunes Store is full of great apps that are perfect for early elementary and preschool students, check these out! Learn With Homer to Teach Reading ABC House for Early Elementary Pocket Phonics for Literacy Instruction TinyTap Early Elementary Math Practice on iPads Speakaboos for Storytime iPad Coloring Books Check out this post with 13 Gotta-Have iPad…Details
I love math games and am a big fan of Tangrams and anything geometry. Dragon Geometry is a fantastic app for teaching children about shapes. This engaging, colorful game is great for elementary school students!
Teaching geometry? Try out one of these fun apps!
Perfect for children who love to “strike a pose” this app presents kids with scenes from a comic strip. They can act out each scene, snap a picture and create a customized story. FriendStrip Comic Creator is a wonderful app for teaching children about telling a story in sequence and has plenty of free options…Details