Super Stretch Yoga

A great app for getting students moving is Super Stretch Yoga. Also known as The Adventures of Super Stretch, this app is perfect for introducing students to kid-friendly yoga poses.  The quick and simple video clips  would be perfect for transitions between lessons or used during an after school program! Here are two Common Core […]

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Gettysburg Virtual Tour

Designed for visitors to Gettysburg, the Gettysburg Battle app can be used as a virtual tour of the Civil War battlefield. It includes video, audio, and an abundance of information on notable sites at Gettysburg. Try out these other virtual field trips: Monet paintings, art museum, panoramic views, Check out my bundle of Common Core […]

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Basic Fractions Skills

If you’re teaching fractions, Basic Fractions is a must have free app. Full of questions for multiple fraction skills, this app includes models and a scratch pad to help students solve problems. Check out my webcast on teaching Common Core Math and my bundles of Common Core aligned math lessons for the iPad!

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iPad Safety Apps

The American Red Cross has three apps designed to support victims of natural disasters. Whether you’re studying a region of the United States or just looking to spark a discussion, these apps will come in handy. Show your students how to prepare and stay safe with the tips they share: Hurricane Tornado Earthquake Wildfires Check […]

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Hourglass iPad Timer

I’ve shared some of my favorite iPad apps to practice pacing and stamina. Whether students are performing everyday tasks or in the middle of test prep, you might need a timer to help students self-monitor. The Best Sand Timer is a great free app that’s an alternative to traditional countdown clocks – try it out […]

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iPad Toss Up

Whether you’re teaching probability or just looking to make a quick decision in your classroom, Toss Up is a free app that simulates a coin toss. Try it in math class or as a management tool. Check out my Common Core aligned iPad lesson plan bundle for teaching math in your classroom!

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Monet on iPads

I’ve shared some great apps for teaching art history and the Monet 140+ app is perfect for focusing on one artist.  With high quality images, a biography, timeline and detailed information about each painting, there’s a lot to explore in this free app! This app can also be used as a multimedia, interactive informational text. […]

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Earth Now by NASA

Exploring the world around you can take many forms.  If you’re looking to do this on a global scale, NASA’s Earth Now is a fantastic free app that allows users to spin the earth with different filters. Check out daily temperatures, ozone, sea level and more! Teaching sustainability? Here’s my Common Core aligned QR Scavenger Hunt […]

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Tree Exploration on iPads

Trees Pro HD by Nature Mobile is a fantastic free app for exploring trees in your neighborhood and beyond. Forty tree species are listed with beautiful, high quality photographs and information on their leaves, fruit and general characteristics. This is a wonderful resource for teachers and students! Check out my Common Core aligned iPad lesson […]

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History Channel iPad Apps

The History Channel has lots of options for exploring the past on mobile devices.  You can view clips of shows and specials on the History Channel app on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. Check out my bundle of Common Core aligned Social Studies iPad lesson plans! This app is also available on Android devices.

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