Android Apps

PicsArt Art App for Kids Using Android Devices

PicsArt for Kids is a new art app for kids on Android devices designed for children ages 3-8.  Kids can access animation tools that let them create pictures straight from their tablet.  This app can help spark imagination and creativity among students. It is certainly a great choice for use inside and outside of the classroom. […]

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Brainspace: Augmented Reality Magazine with Enhanced Print

I’m a huge fan of augmented reality and want to share a magazine that is using this technology to engage readers. Brainspace is an educational print magazine that is interactive with iPads, iPhones, Android Tablets and Android smartphones. The pages come to life with extra content for 8-14 year old students. All they have to do is scan with […]

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Mirroring360 by Splashtop A Fantastic BYOD Tool

I’ve mentioned Mirroring360 by Splashtop in the past as fantastic tool for classrooms. Being able to mirror not just iPads but also Android devices, Chromebooks, Macs and PCs makes it a powerful, platform agnostic solution for BYOD environments. Mirroring360 by Splashtop Mirroring360 now offers new features – one of which is called Mirroring Assist. This feature […]

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Tocomail Online Communication Tool for Kids

Tocomail provides fun and safe online communication tool for kids. Kids can use Tocomail to send messages to family members and friends, and it is great as classroom communication service. Since I first wrote about Tocomail, there are a lot of new options to share. This includes single click audio and video messaging, texting, and updated […]

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Storytelling With Wearable Technology

Wearable technology is incredibly exciting for educators and students of all ages. In the past few years, mobile devices have found an essential place in the classroom. If you’ve used smartphones and tablets as instructional tools, you know how powerful these devices can be in the hands of students. Will this also be true for […]

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QR Code Mother’s Day Activities from Scanova

Looking for QR Code Mother’s Day Activities? Scanova is a QR Code app for teachers. They have a set of engaging classroom activities for K-2 students, specially for Mother’s Day. Each activity has a QR Code-based answer sheet. Students need to solve questions and color the blocks of the QR Code that have the right answer. When […]

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Cognitive Skills Assessment for PreK Students from Miss Humblebee’s Academy

Miss Humblebee’s Academy is an online curriculum for preschool through kindergarten aged children.  It includes activities in language and literacy, math, social studies and science, art, and music.  Mobile access makes it easy for children to view content on any device. This is whether they are at home or in the classroom. This assessment for PreK […]

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DigiPuppets Tablet Toy for Interactive Game Play

DigiPuppets is a new educational toy and app company that combines a simple, classic toy with interactive apps to tell powerful stories that teach.  DigiPuppets are classic finger puppets with a twist – they work on your iPad, iPhone or Android device.  Kids pop Honey Bunny, or Zip the Zebra, on their finger and then tap […]

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14 Math Games for Kids: Geometry, Number Sense & More

Here’s a list of 14 Math Games for Kids!  Whether you use these for enrichment, intervention, in stations, or simply recommend a favorite to families, you’re sure to find something to meet the needs of your students. Math Games for Kids Have a favorite that’s not on this list? Leave a comment or send a […]

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Collect School and Student Data with TRAIN

Schools and districts looking to change the way they collect school and student data can use this new tool. This includes data on climate and student behavior. You will want to check out TRAIN.  This mobile tool is designed for school-wide data collection, analysis, and communication.  With dedicated iOS and Android apps, teachers and school […]

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