The iPad is a recent addition to our homeschooling family. I wrote (HERE) about how the iPad is changing our homeschooling. I had several requests for information about the iPad Apps that we use. So, here you have it.
These are just a few of the iPad Apps that we use for quick transition:
- pocket ants
- pocket pond
- plasma globe
- i love fireworks
- art of glow
- sky write
- talking roby
- sound drop
- pottery hd lite
- bubble snap
- doodle bright
These are the single player iPad Apps that the kids can play on their own:
- rocket math
- spelling word search
- puzzle jewels
- rush hour free
- tapnpop hd
- jar of marbles
- shanghai lite
- mancala fs5
These are some of the 2 player Apps that we use for transitions between subjects and students in our homeschool:
Here are some of the iPad Apps that we use specifically for educational reasons (as well as for fun):
- magnetic alphabet This is excellent and easy to use for phonics and spelling.
- drawing pad This is the program that we use for writing out our work without pencils.
- art studio
And what list would be complete without a few iPad Apps For Mom?
I am linking this post up to Hip Homeschool Hop.
Disclosure: The iPad Apps listed here are ones that we purchased (if there was a charge) and actually use. We were not compensated in anyway for this post. We just love our iPad.
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