This is the page where iPad apps that we are utilizing in the classroom, as well as iPad app and Android App recommendations, will be housed. This is an on-going list and one that will be updated frequently as iPad apps are introduced.
Please keep in mind that I am NOT teaching math this year. However, I will leave the math apps up for future reference. I am not sure if these apps for compatible for both iOS and Android devices.
Dreambox– DreamBox Learning Math empowers students to master elementary math key concepts, increase achievement, accelerate student learning, and boost long-lasting confidence in math. All kids—even struggling students—can become mathematicians within our competency-based, intelligent adaptive online math learning environment at school or at home.
DigitWhiz – DigitWhiz is a foundational math program where kids master skills needed for pre-algebra and beyond using adaptive games.
Front Row Math – Front Row is the only math program made for the iPad by teachers, for teachers. Front Row provides over 15 thousand common core aligned questions that are graded automatically and given to students based on their level.
Tenmarks- Although web based, app coming soon, this is a tool we use in stations multiple times a week. Students have username and passwords already.
Xtramath.org – This is a web based tool that you can use on the iPad to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. Our classroom code is JFKDV3
Sushi Monster – Meet Sushi Monster! Scholastic’s new game to practice, reinforce, and extend math fact fluency is completely engaging and appropriately challenging.
Scholastic News App Link-Now you can read Scholastic Classroom Magazines right on your iPad®! Flip through the latest issues, watch videos, play games, and do so much more with this exciting app designed just for students!
Scootpad – ScootPad is an adaptive & personalized learning platform for Grades K-5 covering Common Core Standards (Math, ELA/Reading, Writing, Spelling/Vocabulary)
Raz Kids – Online guided reading program with interactive ebooks, downloadable books, and reading quizzes.
Kidblog – Kidblog is designed for K-12 teachers who want to provide each student with an individual blog. Students publish posts and participate in academic discussions and connect with others around the world!
Grammar Wonderland – Fly, swim, feed, and toss your way to grammar mastery. Who knew grammar practice could be so much fun? Lead your character through many wonderful adventures as you practice using nouns, verbs, adjectives, and more!
Content Consumption/Creation Apps:
Seesaw– Seesaw is a student-driven digital portfolio that empowers students of all ages to independently document and share what they are learning at school.
Educreations – Educreations turns your iPad into a recordable whiteboard. Creating a great video tutorial is as simple as touching, tapping and talking. Explain a math formula… Create an animated lesson… Add commentary to your photos… Diagram a sports play…
Haiku Deck – Haiku Deck is a completely new kind of presentation software — it’s simple, beautiful, and fun.
Edmodo – Edmodo provides a safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share and create content, and access homework, grades and school notices.
Tellagami – Tellagami is a mobile app that lets you create and share a quick animated video called a Gami.
i-nigma – Easily scan QR codes
Front Row Front Row is the only math program made by teachers, for teachers. Front Row provides over 15 thousand common core aligned questions that are graded automatically and given to students based on their level. This means no writing worksheets, no grading, and differentiated teaching made easy.
Lensoo Lensoo Create turns your Android tablet into a virtual whiteboard with voice recording, video and smooth digital writing.
Edmodo Edmodo provides a safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share and create content, and access homework, grades and school notices.
Raz-Kids Online guided reading program with interactive ebooks, downloadable books, and reading quizzes.
Kidblog – There is no native app for Kidblog on Android devices. However, I believe their mobile site is formatted to work fluently on tablets.