iPad APPS For Homeschool
Learn about events during the medieval time period.
"Here is an open-ended letter app where students can independently build words without prompting. As a former Reading Recovery teacher, I am accustomed to asking children to "show me" what they can spell. When I sit back and watch students demonstrate their spelling, I can immediately recognize what letter/word knowledge they already have. Letter tile apps without game restraints are useful when teachers need to evaluate how well students can make analogies between words and transfer their understanding of spelling patterns. Teachers of primary age students will find the Magnetic Alphabet app a "must have" app. I especially like the fact that when I transport an alphabet app in the trunk of my car its contents will not spill!" -Diane Darrow http://www.edutopia.org/blog/ipad-apps-elementary-blooms-taxomony-applying-diane-darrow
Fighter Verses - memorize bible verses / scripture memory
Daily Audio Bible app review at Curriculum Choice
Amazing list of apps, SB resources, and more! It even breaks it down according to MI and Blooms Taxonomy!
" LiveBinders" Looks like a great resource for collecting info for school age kids to use. Study tips, special ed resources, OT, PT, speech, website links, pdfs, videos. Possibilities are intriguing! Can't wait to try this, because the kidlets need to change the way they approach school work and organization! Let's be honest, though...me too!!!
Need to look into this more. Keep all your links for one topic on live binders. Link your binders to your webpage.