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    Apps
    1. Brain Pop Featured Movie Watch a new educational movie every day and then take a quiz afterwards to test knowledge retention; films cycle through a rotation for those afraid they might have missed something.

    2. Coin Catcher Play with or without story mode and chase money while learning about responsible fiscal practices by using the iPad’s motion sensors.

    3. Highlights Hidden Pictures Classic children’s magazine Highlights brings its widely beloved hidden pictures games to the iPad to delight another generation of kiddos needing to build cognitive skills.

    4. I SPY Riddle Race More than 60 puzzles involving in-depth riddles and object searches challenge the mind in a race against the timer to solve and find everything.

    5. Lego Super Heros Movie Maker Encourage the kiddos to indulge their creative whims and edit their very own mini-films using favorite DC superheroes in LEGO form. Nobody can argue with Batman.

    6. Mad Libs Mad Libs make for a super fun way to teach children about the different parts of speech, not to mention it nurtures bonding time when sharing the silly stories that result!

    7. math and Letters Air Control Like the title states, this great game teaches the basics of counting and basic math and the alphabet and basic parts of speech by indulging the imagination with thoughts of flying planes and helicopters.

    8. Math Board Take multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction quizzes with customizable sizes, difficulty levels, and time limits.

    9. Math Ninja Kids love ninjas (or the pop culture-glossy depiction of ninjas, anyways), and this game channels their enduring trend into extremely popular addition, subtraction, and multiplication games.

    10. Monster Physics Kids pick up some basic physics lessons and construct their very own machines to digitally play with in real time.

    11. PBS Kids From reading to science to math, favorite characters new and old teach preschool through elementary school kids fun little lessons through gaming.

    12. Rocket Math Solve increasingly difficult math problems and earn the parts necessary to build rocket ships in this wildly popular puzzle game.

    13. Stack the Countries Learn all about the countries of the world and their major cities through this incredibly engaging challenge asking users to make designs out of their varying shapes.

    14. Story Wheel Spin a wheel and collect separate parts of a story to be assembled in the correct order; finished tales pop into life as animations!

    15. Thinker Toy Play with tangram puzzles of famous landmarks, favorite animals, familiar objects, and more. Even customize some new ones to share with friends!

    16. Ultimate Word Search Pass the time and build vocabulary and vision skills by indulging in some hot themed wordsearch action.

    17. What's the Difference? Build the brain and sharpen observation skills by checking out two seemingly identical pictures side-by-side and spotting the differences.


    Kindergarten and Preschool

    1. ABC Ordering

    2. Bedtime Math Gives a daily math problem using children’s everyday experiences – very relative and gives a problem on three to four different levels.

    3. Community Helpers Captivate your early learners with these 54 nonfiction read-along books. Listen and Read activities tell the story through words, images, and sound. You can use these online activities in a variety of ways, from one-on-one instruction using a computer or

    4. Dress for Weather PBS Kids – Help Caillou get dressed.

    5. Feelings Game by PBS Kids about feelings and facial expressions

    6. Fuzzy Lion Ears Beginning and ending letter sounds

    7. Growing Plants Interactive care of a plant

    8. Kindergarten Language Arts Language, reading and general character building exercises

    9. Make a Word Fill in the missing letters to make a word

    10. Math Lingo Match math words to definitions

    11. Math skill Builders Math processes, numbers and operations, algebra, geometry and measurement and getting ready for first grade math.

    12. Memory Test Memory game

    13. Monkey Business Sentence sequencing

    14. National Geographic Little Kids National Geographic Little Kids features games, crafts and recipes, science, videos, and animal information. It’s perfect for the 5 and under crowd.

    15. Picture Match Letter sounds games

    16. Sesame Street Sesame Street has a variety of activities that help students work on basic skills like counting, forming sentences, recognizing different shapes and objects,

    17. Seussville Because everyone loves Dr. Seuss… This website is full of interactive whiteboard-friendly games, activities, printables and ideas for lesson plans focusing on the subjects made interesting and accessible (and discussible!) by Dr. Suess’ stories.

    18. Sorting Sorting exercises

    19. Sparky the Fire Dog Fire Safety – Sparky.org

    20. Starfall Reading letter sounds

    21. Stuff Ya Gotta Try Interesting tool for teachers & parents

    22. Wonderopolis Discover a new wonder each day. Wonders are amazing facts and intriguing questions such as: Why are they called Lava Lamps? What Badger has a sweet tooth?


    First and Second Grade

    1. Bedtime Math Gives a daily math problem using children’s everyday experiences – very relative and gives a problem on three to four different levels.

    2. e-Learning At e-Learning for Kids, you can search through educational games by grade level or subject. There are materials for grades 1-6 in math, science and language arts.

    3. Extreme Science What is the largest ocean carnivore? How big is the world’s largest tarantula? Just how cold does the Antarctic actually get? Learn all about the extreme animals and places around the world.

    4. Fun Brain FunBrain has over 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading and literacy. Plus, kids can read a variety of popular books and comics on the site, including Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Amelia Writes Again, and Brewster Rocket.

    5. Grammar Ninja This fun game helps your students learn the different parts of speech! There are three levels of difficulty that can be assigned to your students.

    6. Mr. Nussbaum Mr. Nussbaum is a website with tons of interactive games and activities for math, language arts, history, geography, science and more.

    7. National Geographic Kids

    8. NGA Kids This website gives users art adventures and activities from the National Gallery of Art.

    9. Spatulatta Get into cooking on this kid-friendly cooking website with lots of videos and recipes.

    10. Spellathon Practice spelling with free interactive spelling games that are compatible with interactive whiteboards, mobile phones and tablet PCs.

    11. Stuff Ya Gotta Try Interesting tool for teachers & parents

    12. The Smithsonian Institution: The Ocean Portal A beautiful website containing these sections: Ocean Life & Ecosystems, Photo Essays, The Ocean Over Time, Ocean Science, and The Ocean & You. There’s also an Educators section that has lesson plans, activities, and ways to use the Ocean Portal’s

    13. The Story Starter This automatic generator comes up with over two billion (no joke!) creative ideas for writers. It was named to Writer’s Digest Magazine’s list of 101 Best Websites for Writers in 2012.

    14. Wonderopolis Discover a new wonder each day. Wonders are amazing facts and intriguing questions such as: Why are they called Lava Lamps? What Badger has a sweet tooth?

    15. Wordle Create beautiful word clouds from text that you provide. Like Tagxedo, it gives prominence to words that appear most frequently. You can save, print and share your creation.


    Third, Fourth and Fifth Grades

    1. 50 States Detailed information about each of the 50 states including abbreviations and capital cities. Excellent for teaching U.S. geography!

    2. Bedtime Math Gives a daily math problem using children’s everyday experiences – very relative and gives a problem on three to four different levels.

    3. e-Learning At e-Learning for Kids, you can search through educational games by grade level or subject. There are materials for grades 1-6 in math, science and language arts.

    4. Energy Kids This website from the U.S. Energy Information Administration is chock full of information about energy; from energy basics to forms of energy, and from using to conserving. Visitors can go on virtual field trips across the country with Energy Ant through

    5. Extreme Science What is the largest ocean carnivore? How big is the world’s largest tarantula? Just how cold does the Antarctic actually get? Learn all about the extreme animals and places around the world.

    6. Fun Brain FunBrain has over 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading and literacy. Plus, kids can read a variety of popular books and comics on the site, including Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Amelia Writes Again, and Brewster Rocket.

    7. Fun Brain ath and reading video-like games like math baseball and Mad Libs Junior.

    8. Mr. Nussbaum Mr. Nussbaum is a website with tons of interactive games and activities for math, language arts, history, geography, science and more.

    9. National Geographic Kids

    10. NGA Kids This website gives users art adventures and activities from the National Gallery of Art.

    11. Place the State Place states on a map!

    12. Pottermore J.K. Rowling created this site so kids could read the books and do interactive features and games. 

    13. Spatulatta Get into cooking on this kid-friendly cooking website with lots of videos and recipes.

    14. Stuff Ya Gotta Try Interesting tool for teachers & parents

    15. The Smithsonian Institution: The Ocean Portal A beautiful website containing these sections: Ocean Life & Ecosystems, Photo Essays, The Ocean Over Time, Ocean Science, and The Ocean & You. There’s also an Educators section that has lesson plans, activities, and ways to use the Ocean Portal’s

    16. The Story Starter This automatic generator comes up with over two billion (no joke!) creative ideas for writers. It was named to Writer’s Digest Magazine’s list of 101 Best Websites for Writers in 2012.

    17. Whyville Tweens hang out in Whyville to play learning games and socialize.

    18. Wonderopolis Discover a new wonder each day. Wonders are amazing facts and intriguing questions such as: Why are they called Lava Lamps? What Badger has a sweet tooth?

    19. Wordle Create beautiful word clouds from text that you provide. Like Tagxedo, it gives prominence to words that appear most frequently. You can save, print and share your creation.