The Library of Congress has a variety of apps including some great choices for virtual field trips. Aesop’s Fables App is a straightforward app with a simple user interface. With this app teachers and students can access a collection of Aesop’s fables on the go. Aesop for Children is an interactive ebook app that’s makes it easy and fun for…Details
Reaching children through games is one way to hook and excite students about a new topic. Whether you dedicate a few minutes during an after school program or suggest this app to parents, Science Heroes 1: The Digestive System for Kids is a fantastic choice! Here are some more ideas for teaching healthy eating: Healthy Eating…Details
There are tons of awesome iPad apps and these 24 totally free games, tools, and resources are perfect for the science classroom. Explore this list to see which free science apps work with your students! 24 Free Science Apps iPad Lab Timer for Experiments (lab experiments) WWF Animal App (life science) Smithsonian Channel for Tablets (earth science,…Details
I’ve shared some of the reasons why Splash Math is a fantastic app for elementary school students practicing math skills – and now Splash Math Grade 1 is available on Android. With the same great adaptive assessment, scratch pad, and interactive features, this app includes thirteen chapters, all containing questions that align to the Common Core…Details
Class Charts is a behavior tracking technology tool that makes it easy for teachers to collect data in their classroom. This tool can be used to create seating charts for a class that provides a visual overview of student needs. Class Charts gives teachers the ability to track and share data on student behavior to…Details
Students and teachers creating eBooks should check out Book Writer. The ease and simplicity of the intuitive interface makes this app a truly powerful tool. Children can use Book Writer to publish stories that can be shared with their families and added to an ePortfolio. Teachers can create books that document school trips or…Details
If you’re teaching physical education or anatomy in your classroom iYoga is a neat resource to bring into discussions. This app lets users explore how muscles contract and stretch during yoga poses and even includes practice sessions combining different poses.
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Let your students show off their creativity with this fantastic free app from MOMA. Have kids extend a reading activity with this art app or make designs with geometric shapes. Kids can read about famous works of art before creating their own.
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I’ve shared some of my favorite educational programing for iPads and Smithsonian Channel is another worth checking out. Easy to navigate with a large variety of content, this free app has something for everyone. Hook students during a science or social studies lesson or help them build prior knowledge before exploring a new book. This…Details