Go Mobile with Spanish Language Learning: Level 3 Now Available!

Earlier this year I shared the Spanish language learning app ¡Así lo digo!  Level 3 of this engaging, easy-to-use app is now available.  It promotes proficiency and confidence through proper pronunciation, spelling and translation. ¡Así lo digo! offers a simple way to learn, practice, and review all of the vocabulary presented in ¡Así se dice! Users can choose to study vocabulary cards […]

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EdTech Spotlight: 6 Duck Duck Moose Apps

Duck Duck Moose is a terrific educational app company that has made a handful of apps for mobile devices.  Their apps cover a variety of skills and give students a space to create.  On this list of apps you’re sure to find something that connects to a math or speaking and listening skill you’d like […]

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Life Science Curriculum: Rainforest Journey from EdTechLens

Getting students interested and excited about science concepts can stir a lifelong passion and appreciation for the world around them. Rainforest Journey is an engaging, online Life Science curriculum for students in grades K-5.  It takes students on a virtual trip to the rainforest and features vibrant images, multimedia content and nonfiction reading.   Aligned with Next Generation […]

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Comparing Numbers App: Find Greater & Less Than on iPads

With the Comparing Numbers app students can practice figuring out if one number is greater than, equal to, or less than another number.  This app is very straightforward and great for a quick practice routine after school or in a math station.  Students can tap on the screen to indicate which sign represents the relationship […]

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PlayKids Stories eBook Library App: Download, Read & Listen

PlayKids Stories is a terrific eBook library app that lets students download stories on their iPad.  Kids can listen to a story read aloud or read by themselves.  One of the best things about having easy access to an eBook library is how easy it is to find engaging, high-interest stories.  Giving students the ability […]

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Math Puzzle App: Attributes by Math Doodles

Attributes by Math Doodles is a math puzzle app for iPads.  With this engaging and challenging app, students are given a series of interactive puzzles to solve.  Although the app is made up of seven puzzles, each has ten different scaffolded activities to help students work through each one. This math puzzle app asks students […]

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Motion Math: Cupcake! Multi-Step Problem Solving on iPads

Motion Math: Cupcake! is a fantastic math app that supports students through Multi-Step Problem Solving.  This app is similar to Motion Math: Pizza! which I featured early this year. It presents real world situations to students as they run their own cupcake shop.  Kids design their own cupcakes, make decisions about operating costs, and are held […]

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Color Uncovered Exploratorium App: Fun Facts & More

Color Uncovered is a very neat iPad app from the folks at Exploratorium.  It includes lots of interesting facts on color that will change the way your students think.  Providing a host of scenarios to students it discusses how many colors an iPad screen really shows and lets students examine famous art work with a new lens. […]

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K-12 Paired Reading Passages & Questions Sets from ReadWorks

ReadWorks is a great website to find reading comprehension passages.  With a searchable database you can find resources for K-12 students in different genres and Lexile levels.  ReadWorks has a special section of their site dedicated to paired passages.  These nonfiction and fiction passages are include questions based on both passages.  It’s a terrific option for […]

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Monster Guard: Prepare for Emergencies with American Red Cross’ Mobile App

Disaster preparedness might seem like a scary topic to bring into the classroom but it is an essential life skill no matter where you live.  Monster Guard is a mobile app created by the American Red Cross.  Available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, it’s designed specifically for kids ages 7-11. Students follow along […]

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