Friday, 23 September 2011

App Sharing

Apps are awesome. I have so many apps on my phone that I have not played with half of them. Photgraphy apps, which make my naff pics into amazing art, truly addictive games and, of course, educational apps from tracking stars to making books into mini-blockbusters. The problem is which ones to get for our iPods at school?

We were introduced to the fantastic site AppShopper which tracks price changes as well as new apps. This is great but means we are getting even more of a range of apps to look at. We decided that we would like to use this blog to help suggest apps that would be good to use in school.

Therefore, we need you.

Please use the comments section to offer your ideas for great apps which we can use to make our lessons even more funky.

Thanks in advance.


  1. I'll start us off.
    Epic Citadel is an app which lets users explore an empty castle. Great for writing settings in literacy.

  2. Top 10 apps for the primary classroom:

  3. The McGraw-Hill Mathematics apps are very good:

  4. Here are a few iPad apps that I use from time to time:

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