Welcome to the last Free App Friday before Christmas. To celebrate we are not only featuring free kids apps, but having a little giveaway too. We'll post details here and on our Facebook party tomorrow at 9:30am PST!
10 Reading Apps for Kids Who Hate Books The Jewish Voice Reading apps for kids offer up interactive features like puzzles, games and video that can make even your little gamer excited about the library.
More and more we see how fast changing technology is part of the world and how that impacts the ways people learn. My perception is that the supporting role of technology in learning will only grow and tend to becomes seamless.
Gizmodo UK The Week's Best Android, iPhone, iPad and Windows Phone Apps Gizmodo UK Spell with Pip: An education app from the people behind the Oxford English Dictionary, aimed at teaching children to spell.
"Cosmic Cubs Storymaker is an iPad app that elementary school students can use to create short stories about space. Cosmic Storymaker provides a book layout to which students can add page backgrounds, clip art characters, and speech bubbles. Students drag pre-written words and sentences to each speech bubble on the pages they create. All of the pre-written text is related to space. Completed stories are saved in the app."
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It seems like there's a new must-download app for kids every day, but there's nothing to say that app is actually educational or fun. Thousands of new kids' apps appear in the iTunes and Google Play stores each year.
Tiggly Christmas is more than just a holiday or shape app, it's a whole body learning experience. Utilizing the Tiggly Shapes – hands on manipulatives that interact with the app – children can use physical objects to create ...
NPR Kids Create Mobile Apps In the Classroom NPR Tell Me More's social storytelling series is happening online using #NPRBlacksinTech. Since December 2nd, black tech innovators from all over the country have spent a day tweeting about their lives.
A blog post from Edudemic recently caught our eye: Where do Parents Fit Into the Digital Learning Revolution? The article examines three main questions: (Where do parents fit into the mobile learning revolution?
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