Scribble Press, priced at $4.99, has built-in tools, stickers, backgrounds, etc. that allow students to create and share their stories for free. Additional packages can be purchased. A junior version called Scribble My Story is available for younger students. Learn more about this publishing app in the classroom.
Mapping tools for iOS & Android devices have been shared in the past, this week an app designed just for Android devices is the featured app. MindBoard is "freehand drawing tool for mind mapping." Visit MindBoard Free to learn more.
Since Time Magazine featured Evernote in its November 11 issue, I thought is was fitting to feature Evernote. Evernote offers an app center. Yes, I said center. Evernote offers a suite of apps for education for most platforms. Set aside a bit of time when you take a look at this treasure trove of tools. You might want to start by watching the overview.
This week's selection comes to you from smartappsforkids.com. I receive an email every day from them with opportunities for free apps, both iOS and Android. I decided to highlight MyArtic today because while it is labeled a medical app some of your colleagues and parents may find it very valuable. The app is designed to help children with speech sounds. Once sold for over $30, it is now free and available for iPhone and iPad. It is listed as coming soon for Android device.
For iPhone or iPad