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Teach Your Monster Read for iOS – Free Through the Weekend

Teach Your Monster to Read is a great game environment in which students can develop the speed and accuracy with which they recognize letters, sounds, and words. For the rest of this week and through the weekend (March 21-26, 2017), the app is completely free. The Teach Your Monster to Read environment contains eight levels (or […]

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Winning Words Offers Fun Word Games for Kids

Winning Words is the developer of seven free word games for students to play on their iPads. All of the games use the same style as the classic Memory card game. For example, in Antonym Match students have to flip over one card that has a word written on one side. Then they have to […]

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Country Mouse and City Mouse – Interactive iPad Story

McGraw Hill has put the classic Country Mouse and City Mouse into an interactive format for iPads. The Country Mouse and City Mouse iPad app gives students the option of having the story read to them or to read the story to themselves. Each page in the story includes a simple animation. Students can make […]

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My Favorite Video Creation iPad Apps for Elementary School

When it comes to creating videos in elementary school there are some qualities needed in an iPad app that aren’t needed in apps for older students. For example, it’s helpful to not require that students register to use the app. It’s also nice if the app has a child-friendly interface. The following three apps have […]

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Draw and Tell – Create Animated Stories

Draw and Tell is a free iPad app that elementary school students can use to create simple animated stories. At its most basic level Draw and Tell provides blank canvases on which students can draw pictures and or write notes. The app provides students with a variety of canvases including a blank screen, lined screens, […]

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Fraction Mash – A Fun App for Learning to Add Fractions

Fraction Mash is a free iPad app that provides a fun way for students to learn about fractions. The app lets students insert two pictures then divide those pictures into grids, columns, pie slices, triangles, or rows. Once their pictures have been divided students select the portions of one picture that they want to combine […]

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How to Make a Screencast of Your iPad’s Screen

One of the best ways to help people learn how to use an app or complete a workflow process on an iPad is to show them. Every year schools have workshops dedicated to showing teachers how to use their iPads. The trouble comes after the workshop is over and teachers have forgotten a key step […]

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Two Educational iPad Apps With Halloween Themes

Math vs. Zombies is an iPad game with a spooky theme. The game is has three virtual worlds each containing ten levels of basic math problems. The object of the game is to correctly solve as many math problems as possible before the zombies catch you. The math of the game is basic addition, subtraction, […]

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Book Creator for iPad is 50% Off This Week

The popular Book Creator iPad app turns five years old this week. To celebrate its birthday the developers are discounting the app by 50% all week (September 19 – September 25, 2016). The discount even applies to those using the volume purchasing program. Book Creator allows anyone to create their own books using images, text, videos, […]

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SeeSaw Introduces SeeSaw Plus – Improved Skills Assessment Features

SeeSaw, a popular digital portfolio service, has introduced a new offering called SeeSaw Plus. SeeSaw Plus gives teachers a bunch of useful new features. The best of those features is a tool for creating a list of standards and skills that students should demonstrate through the work they submit to their SeeSaw portfolios. Teachers can […]

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