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The best games that help kids learn to type.
Reviews of Apps & Websites
A wealth of resources explore racism, prejudice, and anti-Semitism
Projects inspire creativity; a place for kids' sharing would boost fun
Give students the opportunity to make and learn from decisions both good and bad.
English Language Arts
Posted on Wed, 05/24/2017 - 02:00 by Erin Wilkey Oh
Take advantage of your students' passion for tech and introduce them to these great reading apps and websites.
reading, reading comprehension
EdTech, Instruction & Assessment
Tools for map-making and gaining ground on global knowledge.
Social Studies, cultural understanding, exploration, geography, global awareness
Comic book animations deliver science content, could offer more help
Serious math and coding brainteasers best suited for gifted students
Algebra game's practice-focused play showing its age
Illuminating, up-close-and-personal visit to the U.S.-Mexico border
Innovative technology turns handwritten equations into digital format
iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Easy-to-create digital storybooks empowering, even for younger kids
Free to try, Paid
Elegant, customizable e-reader empowers close reading, boosts skills
Innovative game-based approach to teaching geometry
Free to try
Android, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Kindle Fire
A few useful tools, despite errors and a lack of interactivity