There are lots of great educational apps from the History Channel, and I’ve shared a few I like earlier this year. The new app Age of Explorers lets students navigate the seas alongside famous historical figures. Completely free and plenty of fun, Age of Explorers asks students to follow the journey of different explorers from […]
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PicsArt for Kids is a new app for Android devices designed for children ages 3-8. Kids can access animation tools that let them create pictures straight from their tablet. Designed to help spark imagination and creativity among students, this app can be used inside and outside of the classroom. The kid-friendly interface is easy to navigate […]
Here’s a preview of my post for Channel One News – click on the link below to read more! A robust vocabulary readies students for a college education and a career. Knowledge of vocabulary words enable them to analyze topics and demonstrate understanding, including domain-specific vocabulary words when reading, writing, speaking and listening about a particular […]
Just a few weeks ago at the ISTE conference in Philadelphia, Otus released its new user interface – and the updated version is still completely free for teachers and students! I had a chance to meet up with Chris Hull, Otus’ teacher/product developer. After corresponding for the past year it was great to finally meet in […]
Critter Corral is a math app for early learners developed at Stanford University. It helps children master basic math skills related to number sense. As children move through each activity they will build their understanding of one to one correspondence, compare numbers, and estimate. The colorful animation and characters will grab the attention of young learners […]
A fantastic way to help students make real world connections in the math classroom is the use of real world data. StockTouch is an iPad app that presents data visualizations on stocks and trends. With access to information and graphics students and teachers can view stock data. If you are incorporating real world numbers into […]
Creative writing can be a daunting task for students who struggle to think of story ideas or who don’t love the writing process. For kids who have trouble putting pen to paper, there are a handful of fantastic iPad apps that just might inspire them to tell a story. Your students will be able to […]