Posts Tagged ‘language arts’

Fluency Finder

Cross posted on my other site, iLearn  Just like iLearn Technology, you can search any app by Bloom’s Taxonomy level.  All of the websites I share on iLearn Technology are completely FREE, the apps I review tend to be a mix of free and paid apps.  At the bottom of each post, I share […]

Demibooks Composer

 Demibooks Composer What it is: This may very well be the single greatest iPad creation tool yet.  Demibooks Composer is the first iPad based authoring software.  Do you know what that means???  It means that you hold in your hands the ability to create interactive books!  Weeeee!  Students and teachers can use this powerful authoring […]

Grammaropolis Word Sort

Application: Grammaropolis Word Sort What it is: Grammaropolis Word Sort uses the characters from one of my favorite grammar websites, Grammaropolis, and makes learning the basic parts of speech fun.  Students “grab” a word as it flies across the screen and drag it to the correct part of speech container.  Grammaropolis personifies each part of […]


Application: Tales2Go What it is: Tales 2 Go is a fantastic app that brings stories to life and sparks kids imaginations by introducing them to audio stories from leading narrators and storytellers.  Tales2Go makes anytime story time!  Students have on-demand and unlimited access to over 1,300 books and stories from leading authors and storytellers.  The […]

Story Patch

Application: Story Patch What it is: Story Patch is a digital storytelling tool that kids can use to write stories.  Story Patch lets kids create picture books right on the iPad.  The application comes with more than 800 beautiful illustrations that will bring stories to life.  Kids can customize their own characters, even allowing them […]

Adding PDF Formatted ebooks to iBooks

Apple recently updated iBooks so that PDF documents could be read natively directly in the iBooks application.  It is simple to add a PDF to the iBook bookshelf from iTunes with 5 easy steps: 1. Connect your device to a computer. 2. Click on the Books icon in your iTunes Library in the left side […]

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