"Geoboard and Number Rack are two simple iPad and web apps that elementary school teachers may find useful for mathematics lessons. On Geoboard students stretch virtual rubber bands over pegboards to create lines and shapes to learn about perimeter, area, and angles."
"One of the neat resources that I just plucked from Open Culture's new collection of K-12 resources is the Aesop's Fables interactive book from the Library of Congress. The book is available to read on the Web, on an iPad, and on an Android device. The book contains more than 140 of Aesop's Fables for children. The level of interactivity varies widely depending upon which story you're reading. Some of the stories have truly interactive animations while other simply have a small moving picture accompanying the fable."
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