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October 20, 2012

20 Teacher-Approved iPad Education Apps

Written By: Brandi Jordan
Category: Technology
X Education Apps for the iPad

Education Apps for the iPad

Looking for some new and fun educational apps for your class iPads?  Check out the apps below for everything from math practice to lesson recording for centers to spelling practice.  Don’t see your favorite app in the list?  Add it in the comments below!

20 Education Apps for the iPad

Lesson/Classroom Management
Educreations by Educreations, Inc.
Class Dojo by Class Dojo
ShowMe Interactive Whiteboard by Easel

Social Studies/Science
Stack the States by Dan Russell-Pinson
BrainPop by BrainPop
Spacecraft 3D by NASA

Math
Mathomatix’s Measurement by PunFlay
Math Ninja by Razeware LLC
Fractions. Smart Pirate by Virtualnye Prostranstva LLC

Language Arts
Spellosaur by Simulant
iWriteWords by gdiplus
Chicktionary by Blockdot, Inc.
Word Wall by Emantras Inc/PunFlay
SpellingCity by SpellingCity
iDiary for Kids by Tipitap Inc.
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore by Moonbot Studios LA, LLC
MiniMod Reading for Details by eSkills Learning, LLC

Art/Drawing/Creativity
Scribble Press by Scribble Press
Doodlebuddy by Pinger, Inc.
StopMotion Recorder by graf

 

 

 

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  • Mary
    April 4, 2014

    Mystery Math museum by Artgig apps. Calls for multilevel thinking. Addition through division.

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  • Alysia
    April 1, 2013

    Running Record Calculator https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/running-records-calculator/id528814882?mt=8 is the best app I have on my iPad. It does everything you need on the free version, but for a couple bucks, you can get the paid version with extra bells and whistles. I’ve saved a load of time by using this app when calculating wcpm and accuracy %.

    Explain Everything is $2.99. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/explain-everything/id431493086?mt=8 It will record your voice as you annotate over images and it will let you play it back. This is great for creating step by step explanations or to put in the hands of students and let them explain their learning.

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  • Julie
    October 23, 2012

    Brush of Truth is a book app for kids 8-12 that lets kids choose what happens next in the story. It has 65 choices, 20 possible endings and 125 pages of text. It has been nationally-recognized for its appeal to reluctant readers, is $1.99 and has free Common Core-aligned lesson plans at http://www.storybayou.com.

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