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Free Apps of the Week: Pizza Fractions

Another Monday, another free app for you to explore!

Free Apps of the Week: Flashcards+

So I don’t know if anyone noticed, but I haven’t been active this weekend! I was out of town for some personal business, but not to worry – I’m back and raring to go!

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Free App of the Week: Sushi Monster

This week, I want to share with you Scholastic’s free app – Sushi Monster. This app offers students an opportunity to practice basic mathematical principles in a fun, engaging way. Essentially, students must select sushi labeled with numbers in order to create equations to feed a monster in the center of the screen.

Free App of the Week: Shakespeare At Your Fingertips!

Screen Shot 2013-03-31 at 10.41.30 PMThe ninth grade students at my school will soon be starting their unit on Romeo and Juliet by the most famous bard of all – Shakespeare. In preparation for the faculty that are introducing this play, I was doing some research online and came across this fantastic app that I had to share.

Watch Pandas and More on the National Zoo App

For the last two weeks I've been trying to use Windows 8 as much as possible. I'm using a Lenovo Yoga 13 to try a bunch of Windows 8 apps.

Free App of the Week: 3D Brain

Hope everyone is having a great semester so far! It is almost time for spring break here in Houston, so… what better way to kick off the week than with a Free App?!

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Free App: ABC Letter Tracing

This week, I want to share with you ABC Letter Tracing, which offers preschoolers free writing practice. Students would trace both uppercase and lowercase letters with their fingers on an iPad or iPhone. Students would also be able to hear and see the English alphabet letters. along with real world objects that relate to them (ex: K – Kite). Plus, to erase their tracing students can either press the eraser or shake the device – which for preschoolers would add an element of entertainment.

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Free App of the Week: How To Make Oragami

A friend of mine in high school had an unusual hobby: origami. While most of us would spend our free time at home watching television or listening to music, he would sit down at his desk with tiny pieces of colorful paper and create masterpieces.
I always wanted to know how he did it: where to make the folds and where to make the creases. So imagine my surprise when years later I come across How To Make Oragami, this weeks featured free app.

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