Ever since I invested in my personal IPAD, I have been using it in my special education classroom and with my three step-daughters that are on the Autism spectrum.
I am beginning this blog to not only share some apps that I have used in my classroom, but to see what others are utilizing for both students and teachers
Adventures Undersea-Multiplication fact app. Students solve a bunch of facts to create an undersea picture. You work through the level.
ABC Tracer-focuses on writing ABCs correctly
ABA Function: Students must choose the correct function out of a group of 3 for a designated item
Word Bingo: This app focuses on sight words and spelling of sight words either through practice or a BINGO game
Phonics Studio: This is strictly phonetics and how to say them correctly. It actively engages students
PowerTeacher- For those that have who pay for PowerSchool, this app is free for teachers. It is much easier than logging in through a web browser
ReadNRespond-Great app for student reflection when reading. The student can answer the question using specified graphic organizers and then email it to the teacher directly
CommonCore: For those schools moving towards the Common Core standards, this is a great app to use. It lists the standards by grade or subject.
Google Translate-I have used this for a lot of my ESL students.
Please share if you have any. I would love to see what everyone else is using.