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School Writing – Handwriting Lessons on Android Tablets

School Writing is an Android app that teachers and parents can use to create customized handwriting lessons. Like other Android apps designed to teach handwriting, School Writing has number, letter, and word tracing activities. What makes School Writing different from other apps like it is number of ways in which teachers and parents can customize […]

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Try the Write App to Write on Your Android Tablet

The Write app from Stylus Labs is a slick little app for handwriting notes or longer documents on your Android tablet. The app has all of the features that you might expect to find like pen stroke color and thickness adjustments. What makes Write stand out is the selection of editing tools that it offers. […]

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Scripto Schola – Alphabet Recognition Practice on Android Tablets

Scripto Schola is an Android app (free and paid versions available) that students can use to practice recognizing and drawing the letters of the alphabet. There are two ways that the app can be used. Students can draw lowercase and uppercase letters of the alphabet on their Android tablets. The other way the app can […]

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Remarkable Offers Nice Apps for Young Students

Remarkable is a publisher of educational apps for children between three and six years of age. Remarkable offers three apps; Tracing ABC, What’s Different, and Mix and Match. There is a free version and paid version of each app. The difference between the free and paid versions is the paid versions ($0.99) offer more levels. […]

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Teachers Paradise Offers Nice Apps for Young Students

Last month I featured a nice app for young students to use to practice handwriting. That app, 123 ABC, is offered by Teachers Paradise. This morning I spent some time exploring more of the free app offerings from Teachers Paradise and found many that are appropriate for pre-K and early elementary school years. The Teachers […]

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