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John Evans

Pango - Interactive iPad Stories and Games for Kids | iPad Apps for School - 27 views

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    "Studio Pango produces a bunch of iPad apps that children (pre-K through grade 2) are sure to love. Some of the apps are free and some of the apps require purchase. To get a sense of what the paid apps offer, try the free apps first. This morning I tried two of the free apps. I tried Pango Book 1 and Pango Playground for Kids."
Dwayne Abrahams

Research - 5 views

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    "Footsteps2Brilliance, Inc.™'s Academic Language Program for Students (ALPS) delivers a robust library of stimulating ebooks and educational games to parents, children and teachers anywhere/anytime through innovative mobile gaming technology. Developed by educational experts usingthe latest research on cognitive development, ALPS provides young learners with 1,000 essential vocabulary words through interactive eBooks that are sure to engage today's digital students whether at school or home."
Richard Wells

iPads in schools! They just play games! | IPAD 4 SCHOOLS - 11 views

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    Blog post about why kids might game with iPads in the classroom.
John Evans

Parent's Guide to Educational iPad Games - A Listly List - 21 views

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    "We learn most effectively when motivated. This is a list of games your kids will have fun playing ... while also learning important skills and lessons as a by-product!"
John Evans

TinyTap Launches Free iPad App - Create Educational Games for Kids - Teachers with Apps - 17 views

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    "TinyTap, Moments Into Games 1.0 allows parents and their kids the opportunity to turn the moments they share together into personal educational games. Creating a game is super easy - add a photo, record some questions, trace the answers and you're ready to play! "
John Evans

15 Arcade-Style Games You Should Own | iPad.AppStorm - 4 views

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    "Today's roundup will showcase fifteen arcade-style games for iPad. There's no long plot line or fancy graphical fireworks in any of these games, but they do provide you with hours of classic entertainment. See which games made the cut after the break."
John Evans

Best iPhone and iPad Apps and Games for Kids - Life Scoop - 6 views

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    " Whether it's teaching math or reading skills -- or even some stealth elementary physics -- iPhone and iPad apps have moved way beyond the grown-ups' table, enticing kids of all ages to learn while also having fun. Here are eight iPhone and iPad apps that will stimulate kids' reading, science, and even art skills -- plus a few more just for kicks."
John Evans

Review - EA Board Games for iPad - iPad Insight - 5 views

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    "So I decided to try out five of EA's board game iPad apps; to find out whether or not they worked on the iPad, not only as travel games but also as games in general - to determine how fun they are compared to the real thing."
John Evans

NASA Gets into Games - Releases Free Air Traffic Control for iPad and iPhone | PadGadget - 6 views

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    "Sector 33 is a new educational game from NASA that allows anyone to step into the shoes of an Air Traffic Controller. The game, which simulates the experience of directing flights safely into airports, is designed to challenge students in middle school and above to use basic math and problem solving skills"
John Evans

Apps in Education: Cool Games on the iPad for Learning Maths - 5 views

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    "Maths is one of the most fundamental skills that any child needs to succeed at school and life in general. Make the learning less of a chore by implementing gaming elements into the learning process. Lots of kids chose to play these games even knowing that they are maths based. That says something about the concept on which these types of games have been developed. See if any might be suitable for your class or perhaps just for one or two struggling students."
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