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A Halloween App for iPads This Year

October 23, 2014

Here’s a fun Halloween app for iPads, especially for children classrooms getting ready for Halloween!  Halloween Party App lets up to four players work together on one device to answer trivia questions related to Halloween.  Perfect for elementary schoolers, this app is also completely customizable.

I love apps that allow a couple of users to share the screen. Halloween Party app is perfect for a few kids working with one device.  Whether you add this app to a station this week or recommend it for an at home download it’s a good choice for celebrating Halloween with your students.

Halloween App for iPads

Halloween App for iPadsYou might decide to add your own questions to the app or add a question deck using Quizlet.com.  There is even a set of print out materials that you can download completely free. So if you’re looking for a Halloween app for iPads you’ll want to checkout Halloween Party.

This Halloween app for iPads is free for a limited time (10/23-10/26) so you’ll want to check it out and download today! Even after Halloween you might decide to share this app with children and families. If you don’t plan to bring this into your classroom, you can always recommend it to families in an October newsletter.

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