• ABCYA

    ABCYa

    by http://www.abcya.com/ Year Published:
    ABCYa is an educational games website that organizes games by grade level (K-5) and subject categories, including letters, numbers, holiday games, and more. Games include arcade-style games that kids use arrow keys to play, word find games that can be played on screen or printed, racing games that can be played virtually against other players, typing games, and more.
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  • Academic Skills Builders

    Arcademic Skill Builders

    by http://www.arcademicskillbuilders.com/ Year Published:
    Arcademic Skill Builders video games offer a powerful approach to learning basic math, language arts, vocabulary, and thinking skills. At the start of each game is an explanation of how to play the game and a choice of game speed. Students receive immediate feedback as they play. This site requires FLASH.
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  • Infinite Learning Lab - Professor Garfield

    by http://learninglab.org/ Year Published:
    Professor Garfield and Nermal help teach us about important topics such as cyberbullying, self-esteem, peer pressure, online safety and more through Watching a movie, Trying your skills and Applying what you have learned. 
    http://learninglab.org/
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  • Internet 4 Classrooms

    by http://internet4classrooms.com/ Year Published:
    Internet 4 Classrooms is a free site for teachers, parents and students allover the world. It is available to anyone with internet and covers classroom instruction, developing project ideas, reinforcing specific subject matter areas both in the class and at home and even for online technology tutorials.
    http://internet4classrooms.com/ 
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  • Mangahigh

    by https://www.mangahigh.com/en-us/ Year Published:
    Mangahigh is a free game based K-12 math resource. Students can play engaging games to increase their math skills. Teachers signup for free and set challenges for individual students based on their knowledge level. Teachers can monitor students engagement and progress through the program.
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  • Starfall

    by www.starfall.com Year Published:

    Starfall.com teaches children to read with phonics. Starfall is geared toward pre-k through second grade. It is also used for ESL and EC students.

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  • Spelling City

    by http://www.spellingcity.com/ Year Published:
    Students type in a list of vocabulary words that they want to practice and Spelling City uses the words in game based learning experiences. Games include hangmouse, word-o-rama, match it, speed speller and more.
     http://www.spellingcity.com/
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  • App: BrainPop Featured Movie

    by http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/brainpop-featured-movie/id364894352?mt=8 Year Published:

    Watch a different animated movie every day, then test your new knowledge with an interactive quiz – free!

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/brainpop-featured-movie/id364894352?mt=8

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  • App: iDiary for Kids

    by http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/idiary-for-kids-lite-journaling/id440270116?mt=8 Year Published:

    Great app for kids ages 5 to 13 to express themselves through journaling. Students can make a photo, drawing, and text scrapbook of their day adding sketches and stickers to their entries. Students can even create their first address book. According to the iTunes review, research shows that students who write journals become more interested in writing and that the overall quality of their writing improves. The full version offers more options than the free Lite version.

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  • App: iLearn US States

    by http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ilearn-us-states-lite/id486268366?mt=8 Year Published:

    iLearn US States provides spoken pronunciation of each state and facts including capital city, flag, bird, statehood and more. Players can choose from three learning modes: Learn Mode, Game Mode and Test Mode. This app was designed by a classroom teacher and can be addictive, allowing you to unwittingly learn all 50 states in just a few hours.
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ilearn-us-states-lite/id486268366?mt=8

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  • App: Math Evolve

    by http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/math-evolve-a-fun-math-game/id482475948?mt=8 Year Published:

    Math Evolve challenges players to use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problem solving while trying to save their home planet. Math Evolve will have players navigating challenging game boards full of monsters and crazy bosses while using math skills. This app has amazing customization options. Players can customize the app and separately set the math content and game play to their desired level of difficulty. This ability also makes Math Evolve appropriate for children of all ages. Math Evolve focuses on the four basic math functions, which are the building blocks for mathematics problem solving.
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/math-evolve-a-fun-math-game/id482475948?mt=8

     
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  • App: My Story

    by http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/my-story-book-maker-for-kids/id449232368?mt=8 Year Published:
    Students can create ebooks with tools for drawing, photography, voice recording, writing, and sharing! Children can create their own books then share them within the app, via email, or directly to iBooks. Watch a demo at www.mystoryapp.org
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  • App: Reading Raven

    by http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/reading-raven/id508474629?mt=8 Year Published:
    Great app for ages 3-7 who are learning to read. Self-paced lessons take children all the way from pre-reading to reading sentences!
    Focus on reading, phonics, letters, spelling, writing and vocabulary.
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/reading-raven/id508474629?mt=8
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  • App: Rocket Math

    by http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/rocket-math/id393989284?mt=8 Year Published:

    Rocket Math helps players practice basic math. Players earn money to build rockets by doing basic arithmetic problems. Players my choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Each operator has questions at three difficulty levels, with more difficult problems earning kids more money. Once the rocket is built and launched, players help guide the rocket on its trajectory by tilting the iPod or iPad. Missions cover topics such as odd and even numbers, money, shapes, telling time, and other math-related topics.  Players are awarded gold, silver, or bronze medals if they reach a certain score for that mission. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/rocket-math/id393989284?mt=8

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  • App: Splash Math

    by http://studypadinc.com/ Year Published:
    There is a separate Splash Math app for grades 1-5 that focuses on specific grade level standards.   Some of the covered topics include fractions, probability, time, money, addition, subtraction, place value, multiplication and more. Splash Math is setup to function like a workbook except engaging for players with its colorful interactive design. Players earn tokens as they answer correctly and content gradually increases in difficulty through three levels – easy, medium, and hard, as a child achieves proficiency.
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  • App: Stack the States

    by http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/stack-the-states/id381342267?mt=8 Year Published:
    Stack the States teaches state capitals, shapes, geographic locations, flags and more as you  drop the animated states anywhere on the screen. To pass a level, players carefully build a stack of states that reaches the checkered line. Players also earn a random for passing a level and all of the earned states are stored on your personal US map.
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