"Looks like this mobile learning thing might actually take off, eh?
Just as we recently looked specifically at math apps for elementary school students, now we give some love to elementary students (and teachers) who have tablets and want to separate the digital wheat from the digital chaff.
The following listly collection from sometimes-TeachThought contributor Sam Gliksman is an excellent starting point for elementary teachers looking for elementary apps for elementary students in the most elementary way possible: a collection of 38 possibilities, all embedded in your favorite blog whose name is a compound word.
As usual, Gliksman’s experience with iPads in education yields a wonderfully diverse collection of apps, from games to digital media software to math and literacy apps."
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