Saturday, November 24, 2012

Free iPad apps for Kindergarten

My colleagues and I have each received 6 iPads to use in our classrooms.  I am looking for some really good free educational apps to use for my intervention groups.  So far I have found ABC Magic which is very easy to use and I can focus on all of the skills that we need right now.  Does anyone know of any other good apps that work on letters, beginning sounds, phoneme segmentation or blending?

5 comments:

  1. Cross fingers is a good one. It is like a wooden puzzle. Great for problem solving. Build a train lite is also fun. And try little writer tracing app. Free also!

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  2. I know you are looking for free apps, but two must haves are Lakeshore sound sorting and Lakeshore Letter of the Day. I can't see how much I paid for them because they are already installed. Please add them to your wish list.

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  3. I don't know many of the apps, but husband downloaded a bunch for my daughter. I know one is the starfall app, but I think it may have cost a couple dollars.

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  4. thank you these are helpful ~ have you found any others since this post?

    TheJugglingTeacher

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  5. Thanks for all of the suggestions! I have found some really good apps that are free. Here is a list:
    ABC Magic (numbers 1-6)
    Phonics Lite
    Little Matchups ABC Alphabet
    Backyard Phonics Adventure
    Little Speller Sight Words
    Spelling Magic
    Little Writer
    BugbrainED Phonics Awareness

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