Android Apps

Augmented Reality Coloring Book Pages from Quiver

After reading this article in the New York Times yesterday I started thinking about one of my favorite coloring apps for children.  No matter how old or young you are coloring requires a combination of skills that can be applied in various situations.  Combining coloring with augmented reality is an easy way to introduce this […]

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Tocomail Drawing Board is a Communication Tool for Classrooms

Earlier this year I shared Tocomail, a communication tool for classrooms.   Tocomail is fun for kids. You can use it in various classroom projects.  In addition to simple text communication kids can create drawings and incorporate images in their drawings.  They can send these projects to their teacher and even receive replies. Communication Tool […]

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Wonder Bunny Math Skills App: PreK-3 Series

Wonder Bunny is a learning game series that covers content from preschool to third grade.  In the Wonder Bunny math skills app kids become teachers who help superheroes grow and learn new skills. The motivation comes from getting fun super powers and riding wacky vehicles like a flying carpet. While helping their game characters learn, […]

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Running Record App for iPad and Android

Looking for a running record app? Collecting data on student progress is an important. It can help you make decisions about intervention. This information can help you decide how to best support the children in our classrooms. Running Record App Running Record Calculator is an app for iOS devices that helps teachers who are administering […]

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Creating Augmented Reality Triggers with Canva

Canva is a favorite app and web tool for creating classroom posters.  It is an easy to use graphic design tool that turns users into creators of amazing content.  At LitWorld this past year we’ve used Canva to make posters for interactive library spaces.  The posters alone are visually pleasing but not exactly interactive. Creating Augmented […]

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Marble Math App for Kids on Android, iOS and Amazon Tablets

The amazing Marble Math family of apps are now available for Android tablets and phones.  The Marble Math apps for kids blend arcade-style gaming with important skills. This includes problem solving, strategy, and math drills for a truly engaging and educational experience. Kids can choose to roll or drag their marble through a series of fun math mazes. All […]

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9 Mobile Apps for Poetry Month

With Poetry Month right around the corner, optimize the mobile tablets that are already in the hands of your students by giving them the chance to interact with poetry. Whether they become content consumers by reading their favorite poems or content creators as they write their own, iPad and Android tablets provide students and teachers […]

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Mathspace: Step-by-Step Math Handwriting for iPad

Students can now show every line of their math work on iPad and other tablets. Ready for math handwriting for iPad? Students can write all their steps by hand on screen. Mathspace digitizes each handwritten line and grades it automatically, giving students immediate, formative feedback at every step of the way – like having a teacher at […]

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News-O-Matic Site License for Schools

Do you need a News-O-Matic Site License for this school year? This year I’ve highlighted some of the reasons that I love News-O-Matic. It is as a source of quality informational text for students.  This app is available on multiple platforms. This includes iPads, Android tablets, and the Kindle Fire. Teachers can access News-O-Matic‘s content on […]

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Pixie Uses Art to Check for Understanding

Pixie is a fantastic creation tool. It can help you use Art to Check for Understanding. This app for students lets them combine artwork with text and voice recording to demonstrate understanding.  You can use it across the curriculum for students in any subject area.  Pixie is creativity software students can use to share ideas, […]

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