7 Great iPad Apps for Learning to Read (Most Free!)
100 Websites for Elementary Teachers
1. Blabberize 2. Educreations 3. Glogster EDU 4. Google Drive Presentations 5. Haiku Deck 6. Instagram 7. Pearltrees 8. Popplet 9. Prezi 10. Screenr 11. ShowMe 12. Sliderocket 13. Storybird 14. TimeGlider 15. Toontastic 16. Videolicious 17. Voice Thread 18. Voki 19. Weebly 20. Xtranormal
Kleinspiration: 20 Terrific Presentation Tech Tools for Kids!
Apples and Pairs - Word Matching Game This app allows your students to practice synonyms or antonyms by matching like or unlike words. As you can see by the image on the left, there are three levels to choose from: easy, medium, and hard. The app keeps track of matches and moves to a new level when all matches have been found.
Student Apps for Education: Synonym or Antonym?
TapQuiz Maps allows students to choose a location of their choice. Once students have decided on the area they want quizzed on, they app gives them a country or state to locate. If the app senses that they user is needing assistance because they are taking too long, they will be given a hint. Their scores are kept track of and also kept track of in relation to previous scores. Price: FREE
Description FREE The National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Science360 for iPad provides easy access to engaging science and engineering images and video from around the globe and a news feed featuring breaking news from NSF-funded institutions. Content is either produced by NSF or gathered from scientists, colleges and universities, and NSF science and engineering centers.
A list of Apps to use in the classroom for the creation of videos, audio books, digital stories, blogging, etc. From "ipad as" of edtechteacher.org
Great Website with lots of Apps for SPED students.
Tales From a K-1 Classroom: My App Symbaloo
entenceBuilder™ is designed to help elementary aged children learn how to build grammatically correct sentences. Explicit attention is paid to the connector words that make up over 80% of the english language
Children will have endless fun while incorporating story elements into their personal creations. Once they've selected their setting, characters, and music, students can narrate their story and select the moods of their character to match the exposition, climax, or solution. They can even match music to the different elements of the story to engage their audience.