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February 11, 2014

40 Apps for the Classroom

Written By: Brandi Jordan
Category: Technology
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X 40 Apps for the Classroom

40 Apps for the Classroom

Make the most of the iPads and iPods in your classroom with educational apps that enhance learning and make life in the classroom easier. The following 40 apps are arranged by subject, so be sure to check their suitability for your grade level.

40 Apps for the Classroom

*Please note that all apps listed were available for the platforms and prices listed below at the time of publication.  Prices, platform support, and even availability change frequently, so if you find an app has changed, please leave a comment below and we’ll update it.  Thanks so much! 

Art Apps

Art Lite

Compatible with iPad, iPhone, iPod touch

Cost: Free

Explore famous artwork while delving into artist biographies and games.

 

Doodle Buddy

Compatible with iPad, iPhone, iPod touch

Cost: Free

Students can add text to their drawings on this whiteboard-type app and email their pictures to the teacher. Use it in writing centers, for science observations, and more.

 

GlowTunes

Compatible with iPad, iPhone, iPod touch

Cost: $0.99

Looking for a unique app that combines art and music? GlowTunes allows users to create their own art work and put it to music. It is a great combination of the arts and student creativity.

 

Photo Editor

Compatible with iPad and iPhone

Cost: Free

Take photo editing to the next level with this free app. Students can alter and enhance their pictures to create the perfect images to accompany their stories, reports, and more.

 

Singing Fingers HD

Compatible with iPad

Cost: Free

You will want to keep the headphones handy when students are using this app, because as they paint the app makes music. It is a fun, mess-free painting (and music) option for young learners.

 

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  • JaxWillis23
    April 30, 2015

    When I was a kid it was kind of strange to even use computers in a school. It’s amazing how far technology has advanced now. I couldn’t imagine having my teacher using apps to help us learn. I think it will be really interesting to see the way things are when my kids are in school and learning. It could definitely make a huge difference in the learning.

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