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    PROVERBidioms ($0.00) The game contains hundreds of English sayings painted literally. See the pictures below to see what we mean! The aim of the game is to find as many of them as you can. Helpful alphabetical list of all the sayings to guide you. Gameplay is similar to ‘Where’s Waldo’, but much more mature (this is an adults game). Discover hundreds of humorous, bizarre, and sometimes risqué interpretations of everyday sayings hidden within four famous paintings by T. E. Breitenbach.

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PROVERBidioms ($0.00) Discover hundreds of humorous, bizarre, and sometimes risqué interpretations of everyday sayings hidden within 4 famous paintings by T. E. Breitenbach. Imagine a real case of “break the ice”, “cut the rug”, “cat got your tongue”, and “burning the candle at both ends”.

SCRABBLE Free ($0.00) CONNECT AND PLAY WITH FRIENDS! Now it’s easier than ever to find friends playing SCRABBLE. Square off and play up to 50 games at once – more than any other word game on the App Store! See why SCRABBLE is America’s Favorite Word Game

Find+Learn ($0.00 with options for in-app purchases/ One language and the Animals and Numbers collections are included in the free app.) The other two languages and Fruits, Insects, Vegetables, Colors, Birds, Flowers, Aquatic, and Puppies collections can be added through In App purchase options. "Learn it!” mode is a book that reads itself. “Find it!” mode asks you to find a particular image.

Lists for Writers - ideas for creative writing ($1.99) Lists for Writers is a great addition to any writer’s toolbox. Helpful to both novice and expert writers alike, this app delivers list after list for your brainstorming sessions: names, character traits, plot lines, occupations, obsessions, action verbs, and much more!

Sight Words List - Learn to Read Flash Cards & Games ($0.00) Ideal for Kids 1 - 4 Years Old Sight Words, also known as the Dolch List are an integral part in learning how to read. The Dolch Word list contains 315 words that are broken down into appropriate age groups. It is important for young readers to be able to instantly recognize these high frequency words in order to be proficient and fluent readers.

What If? The Conversation Starter ($0.00) - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Snapguide ($0.00) is a simple, beautiful way to share and view step-by-step how to guides. Create your own guides and share what you love making with your friends on Twitter, Facebook and more. Discuss your interests with other people who share your passions.

Clear ($1.99) is designed with simplicity and flexibility in mind and works great with any list you throw at it! Try it with a: • Personal todo list • Shopping list • Quick notes list for phone numbers and things • List of movies to watch, or books to read • Guest list for that party • Bucket list for those big life goals

24me ($0.00) It's an automatic to do list. And yes, there is some magic involved - a task management app that can do the work for you... In addition to all the features that any other to do list app has, it can also automatically tell you about things you need to do. It can notify you about your financials, service providers, friends, and other errands. It can even take care of some of those responsibilities for you.

Word Dynamo by Dictionary.com - Word Games + Study Help ($4.99) - Improve your vocabulary with exciting games - Get your Word Score & then play word games to earn more points - match, flashcards or listen - Create your own games, word lists & flashcard decks - Browse the extensive Dictionary.com library of word lists — over 100k! - Select any subject or topic to play/learn, including test prep: SAT, GRE, ACT, etc. - Track your progress and games on your personalized dashboard

BookLeveler ($0.00) BookLeveler helps educators, parents, and librarians quickly and easily find appropriately leveled content for young readers. App users can scan the ISBN barcode of a book or search for content by title and/or author to appropriately level and store that content based on their in-classroom experience.

Cool app, to adapt it, you could send the student home with a bag, he has to fill it, then answer questions about it until someone guesses what is in the bag!