National Geographic has a handful of apps for students including Weird But True, National Parks, Underground Railroad, and Marine Missions. In addition to these great choices for tablets, their website National Geographic Kids is a terrific resource for students and teachers. National Geographic Kids has games, articles, pictures and more for kids of all ages to […]
Explore Shakespeare from Cambridge University Press is a wonderful app for teachers and students working with these classics. Users can see pictures from different productions, tap on different lines of dialogue for clarification, and even listen to audio performances. This app lets you sample a few different selections before purchasing individual plays. Here are some […]
A wonderful introduction to grammar topics, Grammaropolis will get students excited about different parts of speech. With this app kids can access videos, music and tons of resources. The free version gives you all of the content related to nouns. In order to access the other parts of speech (verbs, adjectives, etc.) require in app […]
A fantastic resource for students of all ages, MathsRulz gives kids quick access to formulas. This completely free math formula app includes definitions and examples for area, perimeter and more. This is a great study resource for students using an iOS device as a resource. The MathsRulz math formula app includes plenty of examples […]
If you’re looking for a way to track conferences with your mobile device, check out Stream Reading. Designed for both iPhone and iPad users this app lets teachers easily manage reading reports and organize student data. You can record audio of a student reading using your device’s microphone and document what happened when you met […]
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. Visit the Apple App Store to check it out!