Thursday, July 12, 2012

I-Pad Apps You Can Use in The Classroom!

My Husband bought me an I-Pad 3 for my wedding present and can I say I have been loving it! I have found so many educational apps for school.  I wish that I could have an ipad for every child to use. My class would be kicking it with technology! I listed some apps that you could use in the classroom by subjects below. :)

Have a BLESSED day!!


Kindergarten-1st Grade I-Pad Apps:

  Teaching Math Skills with Technology:


Common Core Standards K.OA.2 Add and Subtract within 10

You can use a great free app- Find Sums by Math Tappers Their description from the iTunes store "MathTappers: Find Sums is a simple game designed to help learners to make sense of addition (and subtraction as a related operation), and then to support them in developing accuracy and improving their speed."

The students used a ten frame and selected numbers that added up to ten. The game tracks accuracy and speed, so the children kept playing to try to get 100% accuracy and fast.  They can also add up to 20, and 100 using the apples.

Apps I recommend:
* app is free or has a lite version

Multiple subjects
Teach me kindergarten, (also teach me toddler and first grade)  only $.99 cents each
*ABC letters (mathaliens- also has shapes numbers)
*iplay and sing
*dtdnumwhiz
ABC magnetic land
*Feed Me!
*Doodlebuddy
*Puppet Pals
Drawing Pad

For literacy/writing
*pocketphonics
*iwritewords (there is also a spanish version)
make a word
*Montessori Words
*Time Reading
StoryBuddy
StoryPatch
*storykit
*tales2go (free for a limited time, definitely a great app!)
starfall ABC's
*magnetic ABCs
*Alphabetworld
ABC magic
*ABC tris
*ABCmaze
*word magic
*abc phonics
*alphabet tracing
*play and learn
*ispelling
*madlibs
*shortwords

*RF Alphabet
*sightwords free
*wordfamilies


Books
*A-Z books (like the leveled readers website) has one free book levels aa-j
*alphabelch
*interactbooks
*Teddy'sDay
*Toy Story
*ireadingstoriescollection
*astorybeforebed
*ibooks
*feelings
*the grouches
*HumptyDumpty
*Dictionary (curious george)
*Read Me Stories
*jingle
*big secret
*Storychimes (multiple stories)
*Bookster
Animalia
*Meegegenius
Pop Out Peter Rabbit
Dr.Seuss ABC
Xmas Tale
*going places
*TTiptoes (tale of timmy tiptoes by b. potter)
*what's that you're eating?
*iReading HD17
There are also several Dr. Seuss and Miss Spider's lite versions available.
Math
Park Math
*123tracer
counting (great for counting to 20 practice)
*Freddy Fraction
*acemultiply
*timestables
*Numbers (montessori)
*Mathtrain
*Make shapes
*Mia
*animals count
*sticker shop (money)
*Lets do math
*Math ninja (the kids LOVE this)
*times tables
*lets tans
*undersea math
*math circus
*kidsmath
*mathboard addition
*timestables
*clockmaster
*pizzamath
*fraction reducer
*acemultiply

Puzzles (my daughter loves these)
*Shapebuilder
*tozzle
*Anispy

Misc
*ForestFriends
*Animal match
*audio note
*idiscipline
*dragon dictation
*live notes
*ASL
*going places
*Free App a Day- 

Science/Social Studies
*NASA
*USA Free
*GoSkyWatch
*GoogleEarth
*speed geo lite
*Dinosaurs
*Wacky Safari free
*stack the states
*BrainPop

Games
*solitaire
*pocket frogs
*mx mayhem
*Talkingtom
*talking roby
*labyrnith
*cut the rope
*blowfish
*waterslide
*rollercoaster
*trace (super dorky illustrations but I love this!)
*square-off
*game room
*checkers
*snowboard
*chicktionary
4inarow
*canknockdown
*jellycar
*toyshop

2nd-4th Grade I-Pad apps


Baseball Multiplication 1-12 Facts
Equivalent Fractions
Grammar Jammers Primary Edition
Tric-Trac game offers a fun and easy way to practice addition facts
Hungry Fish 
Toontastic 
Rocket Math 
WeatherStation Free 
Super 7 
Educreations 
Auryn – Van Gogh and the Sunflowers interactive book, 
Name That Number game offers a fun and easy way to practice computation and order of operations
Divisibility Dash 
Mad Math 
Multiplication Facts (Beat the Computer), 
This Day in History



Another good website that has ALOT of digital books that are free is http://www.wegivebooks.org/.





9 comments:

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog:) I'm an NC gal too!!!

    Tammy
    1...2...3...Teach With Me

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  2. I would love to have an Ipad for my classroom. I just found your blog and I'm a new follower!

    Heather
    I'd love for you to buzz by sometime=)
    The Busy Busy Hive

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  3. I love your blog and pinned some of your photos for classroom themes! Thanks for the apps list! I don't have Ipads for the classroom but this is a great list to give to parents. I am a new follower too!

    Jeannine
    First Grade Gallery~Lessons for Little Learners

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  4. Love your blog....thank you for following my Facebook page Mrs. Lewis' Ladybugs....I love your ideas...Thanks for sharing..

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  5. Thanks for creating this list and doing the dirt work for me! :o)

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  6. Thanks for sharing this list. Similarly check out Splash Math. It Is also available for grade k-5, and it gives basic offers for math problems.

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