Archive | December, 2012

Learn to Read – An Android App That Helps Kids Learn to Read

Learn to Read is a nice Android app that does exactly what its name indicates. On Learn to Read students are shown a word like “cat,” shown a couple of sentences that use the word, and then have to select that word from a word bank. Students can have the words and sentences read to […]

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3D Brain – Study the Brain on an Android Device

3D Brain is a free Android app that students can use to learn about the parts of the human brain. The app provides a three dimensional model of the human brain that students can rotate. To look at a specific part of the brain select it from the drop-down menu and it will be highlighted […]

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apMemo – Type and Draw Reminder Notes

apMemo is a neat note and reminder app for Android. On apMemo you can draw notes and type notes. Each note can be turned into a reminder by setting a time for it. Your reminders can be set for any date and time by using the custom reminder setting. apMemo is available in a free […]

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New and Useful Features in Skitch for Android

It’s been a while since I last used Skitch on either of my Android tablets, but when updates for it were released today I had to try it out again. The updates that came out today include the options to group and ungroup pen strokes, easier assignment of your work to Skitch notebooks, and the […]

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Move the Box – A Logic Puzzle

Move the Box is an Android app/game that starts out easy enough, but quickly becomes a challenging logic game. The object of the game is to move boxes in the correct sequence in order to make them disappear. To progress through each level you need to move the boxes in the correct sequence in the […]

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