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   A Workshop presented by

       Debbie G. Pender
        Lincoln Parish


   William E. Fletcher, Ph.D.
         Tensas Parish

  Northeast LA Technology Fair
    Saturday March 5, 2011

   West Monroe High School

          40 Amazingly Educational iPad Apps for Children

Language and Vocabulary

Here you’ll find apps for learning the alphabet, using the dictionary, reviewing grammar rules, and more.

 1. ABC Animals: Help young children learn the alphabet and phonics with this cute, illustrated app.
 2. Word Magic: Kids fill in the missing letter to form words, accompanied by bright pictures.
 3. Clifford’s BE BIG with Words: In this game, kids spell out words so that Clifford and his friends
     can think of things to paint.
 4. – Dictionary and Thesaurus: This easy-to-use app features a search bar,
     thesaurus, search history and word of the day.
 5. Free Spanish Tutor: Introduce or help your kids review Spanish with this app that features
     native speaker audio, puzzles, written tests, flash cards, and a multiple choice quiz.
 6. Textropolis: Kids have to find and piece together words in order to build up their "textropolis" in
     this game.
 7. iWrite Words: Small children learn to write by tracing words with this game.
 8. Spell and Listen Cards: Kids rearrange letters to form basic words, improving their vocabulary
     and sight reading.
 9. TypeFast: If your kids don’t have time to take a typing class, they can use this app to learn how
     to type faster and more accurately.
 10. Grammar Up: Help kids learn adjectives, nouns, verbs, adverbs, infinitives, gerunds,
     conjunctions, and other grammar basics.


These American and world history apps involve your kids in making decisions that determine the success
or decline of whole civilizations.

 11. Manual for the United States of America: Kids can learn about and read the Articles of
     Confederation, Declaration of Independence, Federalist Papers, biographies of Supreme Court
     justices, and a lot more.
 12. Oregon Trail: This classic game is now available on the iPad and helps children of various ages
     practice problem-solving and decision-making skills as they learn about history and try to survive
     the great trek West.
 13. Civilization Revolution: Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution teaches kids about world
     civilizations, including Japan, Germany, China, Spain, America, and others, as they lead their
     people to victory.
 14. On This Day: Help your students learn more about history with this trivia-like game that lists
     important events each day.

Math and Science

These apps use flash cards, games and interactive displays to teach your kids about math, astronomy
and more.

 15. Math Cards: This grade-as-you-go game teaches subtraction, division, multiplication and
     addition in a touch-screen game.
 16. Kids Math Fun – Third Grade: This app is devoted to third grade math skills, including basic
     arithmetic. Games like Double Dare and Minute Math keep it fun, too.
 17. The Math Master: Practice math drills and learn math facts on this app, which features a
     numeric touchpad.
 18. KidsCalc 7-in-1 Math Fun: This app teaches young children number recognition, and older kids
     arithmetic. It features a birthday party theme, and includes flash cards, puzzle game, running
     timer, and more.
 19. PopMath Basic Math: This level-based math game is supposed to be non-stressful but still
 20. Pocket Universe: Virtual Sky Astronomy: This app displays the night sky just as you’re seeing
     it, but with more detail and descriptions of constellations and stars.
 21. Mathematical Formulas: This app serves as a great reference and review tool that catalogs and
     explains math formulas for geometry and more.
 22. The Chemical Touch: View the periodic table and learn about chemical properties with this app.
 23. Brain Tuner Lite: This free app is a great tool for getting your kids to practice math skills each
 24. Mathemagics – Mental Math Tricks: More advanced students can practice multiplication,
     square numbers, and more.


Help your children learn to read and get excited about reading the classics with these apps.

 25. Learn Sight Words: Help your children learn the expected high-frequency words they need to
     know by the end of 1st grade with this cute app.
 26. Newspapers: Encourage your children to read about the rest of the world by linking them to
     newspapers from different cities.
 27. Free Books: This app costs $1.99, but you’ll get to read over 23,000 classic books like The
     Adventures of Tom Sawyer and plays by Shakespeare.
 28. iLibrary+audio: Download whole chapters and then listen to them read aloud with this app.
     Books include The Call of the Wild, Emma and Treasure Island.

Art and Music

Encourage your children to explore art and music with the help of these apps.

 29. Preschool Music: Kids can create their own songs and play a virtual piano as they play along
     with sheep and birds on this app.

 30. Ultimate Guitar Tabs: Kids can read guitar chords and tabs to learn about music.
 31. Art: Your kids — ages 12 and up — will learn about important artists like da Vinci, Georgia
     O’Keefe, Jackson Pollock and more with this searchable app that features quizzes, a slideshow,
     newsletter, and more.
 32. Instruments in Reach Basic: Learn the fingerings for instruments like the flute, clarinet,
     saxophone, trumpet, bassoon, oboe and trombone.

General Education and Life Skills

These general education apps help to improve critical thinking skills through games, matching, puzzles,
and more.

 33. Monster Mix & Match: Kids practice critical thinking and problem solving skills with this game
     that lets them create monster cartoon characters.
 34. Preschool Arcade: Preschoolers can learn numbers, the alphabet, and capital and lower case
     letters while developing critical thinking and matching skills.
 35. Highlights Hidden Pictures: Highlights Magazine designed this game that includes eight
     puzzles filled with hidden pictures your kids search for while using clues and hints.
 36. I SPY Spooky Mansion: This is a great app for helping kids think critically as they solve riddles
     and puzzles while collecting keys in a spooky old mansion.
 37. TeachMe: Kindergarten: Review or help younger children get a head start on kindergarten
     lessons in reading, math and spelling.
 38. 10,500+ Cool Facts: This app provides an easy way to add random tidbits of knowledge to your
     kids’ brains. Shake your iPad to get a new cool fact.
 39. 2010 World Factbook: With this app, your children can learn about different countries, their
     flags, languages, government, economy, and more.
 40. Flashcards Deluxe: Customize your own flashcards with this app, which integrates with, features audio and text, and can hold over 5,000 flash cards.

Other IPAD Apps

41. Toy Story
The first Toy Story comes to life in this read-along app with optional voice-over and super cool extras including music
video, games (Ezra loves the parachuting toy soldiers), colouring pages and it’s all, amazingly, free!

42. Talking Roby the Robot
He spins, he boogies, rub him the wrong way and he knocks his head against the glass. Type out his speech or just
talk and hear his robot voice repeat. The babes can’t get enough of Roby, he’s even more popular than Smack Talk
(another hot fave). Also free.

43. The Monster at the End of this Book
If you’re a Sesame Street fan then you’ll love this interactive version of their hit tale starring Grover who, no matter
what, wants to stop you getting to the monster (guess who?) at the end of the book. Ezra and Jed double up over this
one and it cracks me up too. £2.39

44. Air Hockey
Already an App Store classic, what I love about Air Hockey is that I can play it with my stepson (aged 14), my eldest
(almost 5) and my youngest (nearly 2) and have a blast each time. And it’s free!

45. Doodle Buddy
You don’t have to be David Hockney to enjoy the thrill of making pictures with your fingers on iPad. This app offers
various drawing tools as well as backgrounds, stamps and stickers (the kids go a bit crazy with the stickers). Free.

46. Wheels on the Bus
The creators of this app have several bestsellers including the fab Itsy Bitsy Spider. This was the very first game I
downloaded for the kids, and they still enjoy its playful silliness. You can also record your own voice or hear the
rhyme in different languages. £1.19

47. Fruit Ninja
I avoided downloading this for ages in case it was too violent for the babes. Turns out it’s slashy and splashy but not
at all dangerous. Unless you’re a banana. £0.59

48. AlphaBaby
This free app’s best for teaching letters and numbers to younger kids. You can pinch, drag or flick the characters to
bounce them around. That’s about it. Jed loves it.

49. Flick Football
My sons are footie mad and even Mama has fun trying to curve the ball around players or score with my finger. I
downloaded this for Ezra but this is probably the app Jed likes best.

50. iRewardChart
I’ve left this app until last although it’s the one we use almost every day. It’s basically a chart where you can add your
children, give them tasks and reward them with stars (adding up to prizes of your choosing). You could even set up a
chart for yourself with tasks and rewards. Pricier at £2.39 but worth every penny.

Chris O’neal’s Picks for IPAD APPS

Student Apps

         Early Jamestown (this is the official app for the elementary students for the VA pilot)
         Adobe Ideas (free drawing and photos)
         BrainPop (BrainPop's education movie of the day)
         Dragon Dictation (speech to text)
         Google Earth
         History: Maps of World
         Library of Congress Virtual Tour
         Pass the Past (Virginia Standards of Learning Review for World History and US History)
         USA Presidents
         Planets (3D Guide to Astronomy)
         World Book - This Day in History
         iBooks (reads the free epub format - see link below for free epub books)

      Evernote (be sure to explore this one to make sure teachers understand what it does)
      Discovery United Streaming Mobile Site (bookmark it with Safari if your district has a subscription
      to United Streaming)

Teacher Apps

      ABC Player (watch TV shows from ABC)
      Big Calculator Lite
      Dropbox (online synchronized file storage)
      Evernote (synchronized note taking)
      GoodReader (pdf reader) .99
      Google Mobile
      GoSkyWatch Planetarium (incredible, $5.99)
      Keynote ($9.99)
      New York Times Editor's Choice
      Pages ($9.99)
      Reeder (RSS Reader)
      Slash Gear
      Toy Story Read Along
      Voice Memos
      Weather Channel
      Words with Friends (just for fun-has a chat feature, so possibly not good for classrooms)
      *Be sure to visit and for tons of public
      domain books already in epub format!

Assistive Technology’s Apps List

         Color Splash - Lets you quickly and easily give photos a dramatic look by converting them to
         black and white, while keeping your chosen details in color. This effect draws the viewers' attention
         to the colored areas, creating striking images.

         Doodle Kids- Allows kids to draw random shapes in random colors and sizes. Tap the screen
         with two fingers to clear the screen, and with three fingers to set the screen to random color.

         iColoring Book - With many pen colors, paint included images, or use downloaded images
         from the Internet.

    Learn to Draw - This application will teach you how to draw in an easy and clear manner,
    using examples.

    Sculpt Master - Create amazing digital sculptures by painting and carving clay-like material
    with fingers! Works like any other familiar doodling application with the exception that you have
    now one more dimension to operate with.

    Sketch Me! - This is a simple, fun app that lets you convert your images and photos into
    sketches by applying a special image effect for $3.


    3GS: iMag - Portable magnifying glass, always in your pocket and ready to use.

    DropBox - Easiest way to sync and share files across computers. Can access your computer files
    on your iPad or iTouch.

    HippoRemote Pro - HippoRemote Pro turns your iPhone/iPod touch into a universal remote
    for all your favorite Mac and PC apps.

    IEP Checklist - Provides a list of items (with description and ed code) to complete for an IEP.

    JumiMouse - Turns your iPhone/iPod into a remote desktop client and mouse for your PC.
    Connects to an unlimited number of PCs via Wi-Fi, 3G, or Edge.

    Magnifying Glass - This app lets you view the real-time images coming from the iPhone
    camera and zoom-in on an object to get a better look at it. Magnifying Glass is also a fully
    functional zoomable camera!

    MobileMouse - Mobile Mouse instantly transforms your idevice into a wireless remote and
    trackpad for your computer!

    SoundAMP - Amplifies soft and medium sounds, and softens loud sounds.

    Touch Mouse - Turns your iTouch into a wireless trackpad and keyboard for your computer.

    Touch Pad - Turns your iPod or iPad into a wireless trackpad and keyboard for your computer.

    Tuneout-Sound Blocker - Tuneout blocks unwanted noise. Choose from a selection of
    neutral audio tracks to help you focus in a noisy environment. Audio plays continuously without
    melody or lyrics and can be set to fade out automatically. Tuneout doubles as a great sleep aid and
    can be used with your headphones or built-in speaker.

    ZenTap - ZenTap helps you to write easier and faster on the iPhone. Some features are Word
    Prediction system, Spell Checker, Template System + Text snippets (shortcuts), 4 customizable
    buttons, Text Translator, Wide text area (with full screen text view support), - Direct export of text
    to email, sms, safari and now to twitter.


    Behavior Tracker Pro - Behavior data collection application that allows BCBAs,
    behavioral therapists, aides, teachers or parents to track behaviors and graph them.

    iReward - With this motivation chart, choose the behavior, the reward from your photos, and
    optional praise.

    iReward Chart - With this motivation chart, assign tasks, track progress, and pay rewards
    for achievements.


    ArtikPix - Engaging articulation app with flashcards and matching activities for children with
    speech sound delays. Children can use it to practice sounds independently, with a speech-language
    pathologist or their parents.

Assistive Chat - An affordable Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) Device,
catered to people with difficulty in speech.

Autoverbal Pro - Allows students who are non-verbal to communicate using hundreds of
picture buttons including buttons to speak your preprogrammed messages, plus type ANYTHING
and it will be spoken using TEXT-TO-SPEECH!

DAF Assistant - Delayed auditory feedback and frequency shifting to help improve stuttering.

Expressionist - Designed to help users to express, and to help users to model expressions. Over
120 commonly used expressions are organized into 7 categories.

Fluency Tracker - Designed for individuals who stutter. Individuals can track changes in the
frequency of disfluency, changes in avoidance behaviors, and feelings associated with speaking.

Grace - A simple picture exchange system for non-verbal people allowing the user to
communicate their needs by building sentences from relevant images.

Halo Talk - A powerful augmentative application that comes with over 50 pairs of responses
commonly used daily. Each response/adjective is natural voice enabled, with visual cues to help the
user to pick an item. Ex: near/far.

iComm - An affordable, custom built and easy to use communication system using words (both
written and spoken) and personalized pictures.

iCommunicate - Create pictures, flashcards, storyboards, routines, and visual schedules.
Record custom audio in any language. Includes 100+ pictures to get you started.

iConverse - AAC tool to express 6 different icons representing basic needs: food, drink, sick,
bathroom, help, break. Can create your own boards but they are not linkable.

iInteract - A portable basic communication board that a child can utilize to communicate their
wants and needs on the go.

iMean - Letter and number keyboard with word prediction and text-to-speech.

iSayit - Type what you want to say and it will speak. It also lets you alter the pitch and speed of
the output voice, allowing you to fine tune the voice you hear. Favorite sayings can also be saved,
giving you quick access to the things you want to say.

iSpeech - List of sounds for developmental ages 3 to 7+, and explanations for forming and
teaching the sounds.

Learn to Talk - Over 160 interactive flash cards to learn nouns, verbs, early syntax, and word

Locabulary - Audio output for expressing phrases (“hello”), moods (“I am happy”), assistance
(“Call the doctor”), and restaurants.

Look 2 Learn - AAC system with photos and preloaded voices to express wants and needs.
Teaches combining symbols i.e., “I want _____.”

MyTalk Tools Mobile- Enables people with communication difficulties to express their
needs and desires to those around them. Your purchase provides access to both MyTalk Mobile and
MyTalk Workspace. This app makes it easy to customize how you communicate through a variety of
images, pictures, symbols and audio files including human voice. In 5 minutes, you can create your
very own content and communicate in a way that YOU choose.

Pocket SLP- Pocket SLP creates an engaging atmosphere by offering a unique multi-sensory
approach to articulation drill. Presented with over 2,100 high-quality, carefully researched
flashcards targeting both the word and sentence levels students are met with immediate auditory
feedback, and are tacitly involved as they push buttons and/or swipe their way through the images.

Proloque2go - Full AAC solution with over 7000 symbols, natural sounding voices, automatic
conjugation, and more.

SmallTalk Aphasia - This aphasia software lets you take along a set of words and phrases
to use in everyday situations. It's an easy way to make your wishes known or simply practice
frequently used words. It also contains mouth-position videos for practice and self-cuing, great for
stroke rehabilitation and recovery of speech.

SmartTalk Dysphagia - Contains 50 phrases covering eating equipment, meal assistance,
diet, liquids, medications, and compensatory treatment techniques. It also contains four
demonstration videos of treatment techniques commonly used for swallowing.

    Speak it - Copy or type text for text-to-speech using natural sounding voices.

    Sunny Articulation Test - An individually administered clinical tool for screening,
    identification, diagnosis and follow-up evaluation of articulation skills in English speaking

    TapSpeak Button - TapSpeak Button records and plays a single message. We’ve taken the
    idea and extended it to provide a portable, convenient, and stigma-free tool to use for basic
    teaching and communication tasks.

    TapSpeak Sequence - TapSpeak Sequence for iPad uses message sequences to help
    disabled children learn to communicate. Use TapSpeak Sequence instead of sequential message
    switches to record and customize messages without losing any previously recorded sequences.

    TaptoTalk - Turns device into an augmentative and alternative communication device. Just
    tap a picture and TaptoTalk speaks. Each picture can lead to another screen of pictures. Comes
    with a fully functional album that you can use with your child.

    Voice4U - AAC application that helps individuals to express feelings, thoughts, actions, and
    needs. Comes with over 130 icons and recorded audio.

    WHQuestions - With built-in data tracking, there are over 300 “wh” questions for who, what,
    where, why, how.


    ITPADD - Provides individualized portable curriculum for multiple students, reduce cost of
    traditional materials, increase instructional time and provide teachers with resources in the palm
    of their hand.

    Percentally - Percentally is a tally counter that automatically converts tallies to percentages.
    It enables progress tracking in education, athletics, and other activities.

    SLP Mobile Articulation Probes - Over 600 words (organized by sound) to practice
    articulation in flashcards with user and data features.

      Tallymander - From surveys to inventories to complicated scoring systems, Tallymander is
      the best way to keep track of numbers. Complex equations are recalculated instantly as you count!


      iSpeak Spanish - iSpeak - Spanish translates from English to Spanish as well as Spanish to
      English using Google’s advanced translation service. A high quality English and Spanish voice are
      included within the app itself, so text to speech is done quickly with full quality and no compression.

      iTranslate - Ultimate - It translates sentences into 5 different languages and reads them
      back to you in that language! iTranslate requires an Internet connection.


      ABC Tracer - Alphabet flashcard tracing phonics and drawing.

      ACT Spell - ACT Spell - has large implications for special needs, enabling teachers to build
      custom user programs targeting specific vocabulary and assisting motor, visual and neurological

      Adobe Ideas - The App is a sketching tool meant to compliment Adobe Photoshop and
      Illustrator, enabling you to sketch ideas on your mind virtually anywhere as long as you have the

      Animoto Videos - Create movies from individual pictures.

      Chicktionary - Unscramble a roost full of letters and create as many words as possible. Each
      hen bears a letter. Touch the hens and spell out a word, then watch as the word appears below
      them. Press Enter to submit the word into the egg crates. The more words you create, the more
      points you earn!

      Cartoon Studio Pro - Create multi-celled cartoons.

Dictionary - Using predictive text, search for a word and its definition/synonym in content
from or

Docs to Go - Universal app for Office suite to support viewing and editing of Word and Excel!

Dragon Dictation - Voice recognition to speak, see and edit your text, then share it to the
clipboard, SMS, and email.

Exam Vocabulary Builder - Has a hundred words that students can practice to improve
vocabulary. Each word has synonyms and two example sentences that can be read aloud. Words are
grouped as nouns, verbs and adjectives, and there is a quiz mode that has easy and challenging

Grammar Fun - Allows kids of all ages to learn correct grammar by matching grammatical
constructs to the corresponding words in a sentence.

Grammar Up - Has over 50 multiple choice questions, over 10 categories, to provide a quick
test of your student’s grammar abilities. Choose a timer mode, shake the Touch to skip a question,
and enjoy the progress bar that shows you how well you are doing with each category.

Idea Sketch - Easily draw a diagram - mind map, concept map, or flow chart - and convert it
to a text outline, and vice versa.

iPractice Verbs - iPractice Verbs makes practice fun because it allows you to flip through the
images. Verbs are provided at the word and phrase level. You can switch back and forth between
word or phrase level at the touch of a button.

iThoughts - A mind mapping tool.

iWriteWords - In easy or regular mode, trace numbers, lowercase and uppercase letters using
numbered prompts.

Miss Spell - Lets players test their spelling skills against the most commonly misspelled words
on Players must quickly decide whether each of 20 words is spelled correctly or
incorrectly, as speed and accuracy count to get to the top of the class!

Sentence Builder - Sentence Builder is an app that will help your students practice
grammar. The app focuses on correct sentence structure by allowing the user to choose between
different words to make the sentence grammatically correct.

SimpleMind Express - A FREE mind mapping tool that turns your iPhone or iPod touch
into a brainstorming, idea collection and thought structuring device.

Spell Blocks with Sight Words - This App puts letter blocks on the screen and lets your
child learn how to spell the words and makes the process of learning fun.

Spell it Rite - This game has been designed to help you train your ability to recognize
misspelled words. The user's objective is to identify typos as fast as possible. For each error, a
penalty of 5 seconds is added to the total time. At the end of each round, the user is given the
possibility of reviewing his or her results. This version contains over 700 of the most difficult to spell

Spell That! - The App allows the educator to configure a set of spelling exercises that the
student can follow at his or her own pace. Each exercise uses a combination of tactile as well as
auditory feedback to reinforce the knowledge acquired.

Strip Designer - Turn your photos into amazing and entertaining comic strips.

Word Magic - A picture is shown and the kids should select the missing letter for the picture.
There are three levels. Based on the kid’s level, you can choose missing letter at the beginning or in
the middle or in the last.

Word Wheel - Colorful images of animals and everyday objects are juxtaposed with
corresponding words that your child can spin and match on our intuitive word wheel! Three
settings allow you to adjust the difficulty level to suit your child’s abilities.

Words with kids - Reinforce learning by associating letters, sounds, and images. This game
may help your child get a head start in reading.

Writer’s Studio - Create and 'Publish' Your Own Book.


   123 Animals Counting - Touch 40 different animals with sounds to see and hear numbers

   Basic Math - This is another skills drill app that will help your students practice their basic
   math facts. Designed largely for under 12s, the included exercises have varying levels of difficulty
   and cover addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

   CloudMath - Practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing with a timer, levels of
   difficulty, and solution choices.

   Coin Math - It can be used either at home or at school for learning to identify and count coins,
   and learning to make change. It can also be used to learn or reinforce counting by 5's, 10's and 25's.

   Cute Math - Seven cute activities for counting, adding, and subtracting with manipulatives,
   solution choices, and verbal praise.

   Equation - Equation is an incredibly fast and easy tool to solve Quadratic Equations. You input
   your numbers and instantaneously get solution in Fractions, Decimals and with Graphic

   FlashtoPass - An easy-to-use, elegant program designed to facilitate mastering the basic
   math facts learned in Elementary School.

   Fraction Math - Used to teach and study fractions by solving addition, subtraction, division,
   and multiplication problems step by step.

   Freddy Fraction - Use Freddy, an alien, to determine the equivalence among fractions,
   decimals, and percents.

   Free Equation Genius - Equation Genius will help you do you math in seconds. It supports
   the following: - 1st degree equations (ax + b = c) - Quadratic (2nd degree) equations (ax^2 + bx + c
   = 0) - Cubic (3rd degree) equations (ax^3 + bx^2 + cx + d = 0) - System of two unknowns (2
   variables) - System of three unknowns (3 variables)

Free Graphing Calculator - Features: Scientific Calculator, Graphing. Capability, A Unit
Converter, Constants For Scientific, It can make a table of the values of any function. Currently
includes algebra, differential and integral calculus, geometry, trigonometry, vectors, vector
calculus, and classical mechanics.

iFlash Cards Multiplication - Multiplication flash cards is a quick learning tool for
students to master multiplication from 0 to 12.

iFormulas - Contains over 330 formulas, definitions, laws and properties. Great quick
reference guide for secondary level Math classes. Algebra, Geometry, Calculus and Trigonometry
are all covered by iFormulas.

Jumbo Calculator - Great for anyone wanting the ease of use of a large buttoned calculator.
Can add, subtract, multiply, divide, square and square-roots.

KidCalc Calculator for Children - Teaches number recognition and math using
beautiful and engaging artwork, animation and voice-overs. As operations are entered, it animates
the operation along with voice-overs by a child reading the equation.

Making Change - Great application for children to learn how to make change. This is great
addition and subtraction application and allows children to learn about money!

Math Drills - Graphically rich and fun environment allows up to 10 students to learn basic
math skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Math Flash Cards - Fun to use math flash card drill application that looks and works just
like your paper based math flash cards. This classic math drill application uses the time proven
method to memorize and improve recall of arithmetic.

Math Magic - Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing with visual supports, solution
choices, reinforcers, and rewards.

Math Ref - This app gives you just a sample (over 600) of the many (over 1,300) helpful
formulas, figures, tips, and examples that are included in the full version of Math Ref.

Math Tutor - Practice basic math skills with this great Math app. Brush up on addition,
multiplication, subtraction or division skills. There are six levels of difficulty for each skill, and
students are given instant feedback on how well they have done.

Mathboard - Random problem generation. Number ranges are configurable from -1000 to
1000. Intelligent "wrong" answer generation makes guessing more difficult. A quiz can be timed
and saved. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Squares, Cubes and Square Roots.

MathTappers: Final Sums - Designed to help students master their basic addition and
subtraction facts.

MathTappers: ClockMaster - Designed to help a child explore the relationship between
the hour hand and minutes, to discover that the minutes 'roll over at 59-00, and to extend their
understanding of clock language such as quarter-after.

MathTappers: Estimate Fractions - Designed to help learners to build their intuitive
understanding of fractions by helping them to relate fractions to the nearest half and then to
extend their understanding by challenging them to use fraction estimates in addition and
subtraction problems.

MathTappers: Multiples - Designed first to help learners to make sense of multiplication
and division with whole numbers, and then to support them in developing fluency while
maintaining accuracy.

Money - Money teaches kids to learn how to count with money, by providing practice problems
for them to work with.

My Tutor Calculus - Contains 25 lessons for Calculus, ensuring to cover every topic needed
to pass a Calculus 1 course, AP Calculus Exam, or to be used as an excellent self-study guide.

MyCalculatorPro (graphing) - An innovative 2D and 3D graphing calculator featuring
One Touch Graphing™ and an innovative memory system to store and recall answers.

NoteCalc - Get the complete calculation formula just in the way you would write it on a
notepad with this app. You can alter any values or functions in your calculation at any time. Each
calculation will be given a name and also saved for later usage that helps you for the calculation
that you uses over and over again.

Number Line - This app will help your students learn about fractions, decimals, percentages
and their equivalents.

Pad math - Your child will learn in school to master the tricky long division and multi-digit
multiplication, addition and subtraction math questions. Make learning and practicing fun and

Pocket Change - An excellent tool for learning how to count change with sound. The voice
tells children when they have selected or not selected the correct answer and how much change
they have counted.

Pop Math - In adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing, pop pairs of bubbles that match
the equation with the solution.

Pre-Algebra Guide - This is guide to well over 325 rules, definitions and examples,
including number line, integers, rational numbers, scientific notation, median, like terms, equations,
Pythagorean theorem and much more! It will take you step-by-step through the basic building
blocks of Algebra giving you a solid foundation for further studies.

QuickGraph - A powerful, high quality, graphic calculator that takes full advantage of the
multitouch display and the powerful graphic capabilities in 2D and 3D.

Soulver - Translates written word problems into math problems.

TanZen - Help your students foster shape awareness with this neat tangram app. Choose one of
the 45 puzzles, and try to fit all seven shapes in the shaded area to complete the level. Puzzles range
in difficulty from easy to hard, and a full tutorial is included for new users

Telling Time - An excellent way to learn how to tell time. There are 3 levels of difficulty. All
children enjoy playing this app.

Times Tables - Overview of features: - timed quizzes – high scores - multiple levels of
difficulty - progress tracking - competitions with friends and family

Touch Calc - This scientific calculator offers all the basic calculator functions like addition and
subtraction, but also includes a scientific mode, a statistical mode, and a bit/integer mode. Colored
keys are added to help you distinguish between the different functions, and preferences can be set
for each mode.

Units - This handy utility is a unit of measurement converter. You can convert area, currency,
energy, temperature, time, length, weight, speed, and pressure quickly and easily.


    Drum Kit - Create and record drum tracks as you’re playing along to songs from your iPod

    JamPad - This is a music maker. You can play 4 instruments at once: piano, rhythm guitar,
    electric guitar, and drum kit. There over 100 beats and 6 kits to choose from.

    Tap Tap Revenge 3 - Tap and shake to the beats featuring tons of free tracks by popular
    artists in offline or online modes.

    Tone Pad - Create soundscapes by tracing your finger on the screen, varying the tone with each

    Vocal Zoo - Provides ambient sounds from the environment (e.g., waves on the beach) to help
    you relax or sleep.


    All-In Notes - You can attach photos and voice recordings to notes and you can color code
    them. The colors can be used for filtering notes (for example, if all your private notes have the color
    red); additionally you can use the in-built search function to find a specific note if you have quite a
    lot of them.

    Awesome Note - Very easy to use interface that allows the user to create notes with multiple
    photo attachments, to-do lists, and post-it quick memos. Other features include calendar views,
    email notes directly from app, landscape view,, search notes and password protect notes. It also
    syncs with Google Docs and Evernote.

    deskPad - You now have the ability to scrawl notes on a virtual pad... and add sticki's to it as
    needed or preferred. Add stickis for to-dos, reminders, notes and your newest novel that you are
    writing. Draw pictures or maps.

    Mental Note - Mental Note allows you to capture ideas as they happen: use photographs,
    dictate, add text, and sketch on anything. Ideas clarified. Creativity captured.

myHomework - Keep track of homework, classes, tests, and projects with number reminders
on the app icon.

Note Taker - You can write on the screen with your finger It comes with a lengthy tutorial
which you should follow when you start the app for the first time. The great advantage is also that
you can add small sketches, for example a schematic roadmap so you won’t forget how to get to a

NoteMaster - This app allows you to not only write down notes, but also to categorize them
into folders of your choosing. You can add photos right into your notes and what makes this app
stand out: you can insert “Headers” into your text.

Noterize - Allows you to view and annotate any available PDF or PowerPoint document. The
built-in web browser enables direct importing of files from the web.

Paperdesk - A simple, easy-to-use notebook replacement made specifically for the iPad. The
entire design goal was to mimic, as closely as possible, a simple pad of paper with no unnecessary

Safe Notes - Allows you to protect your notes with a self assigned password.

SimpleNote- Includes the ability to sync your notes over the air and enter notes from a desktop
application and have them show up on your device. It focuses on text only notes, while giving you
the ability to include email, phone and web links.

Smart Notes - Offers more than just simple note taking features: you can create folders and
projects to store notes in as well as checklists that can contain multiple items. If you have the need
to organize your notes and assign people or tasks to them, then Smart Notes offers you this

SoundNote - Best way to take notes in meetings, lectures, and interviews. It tracks what you
type and draw while recording audio, so you'll never worry about missing an important detail.
During playback, just tap a word: SoundNote will jump right to the proper time in the audio.

Stick It - One feature stands out that makes this really great is the ability to export your notes as
wallpaper, including a preview function so you will see if the content will be clearly visible on the
lock screen. So the next time you go grocery shopping, you will have your information instantly
accessible without having to start any app.

Sundry Notes - A free note taking app with the ability to hand draw, and type notes. You can
also search the internet from within the app, and insert multiple kinds of symbols.

    Use Your Handwriting - A powerful yet simple way to organize and express yourself.
    Instead of typing items in, Use Your Handwriting lets you write them by hand (well, by finger) - and
    with its unique graphic rendering engine, makes what you write look like your actual handwriting!

    Write Now - Allows handwritten notes and lists to be erased and edited after being
    automatically saved! Writing is slightly OFFSET from where your finger touches so your finger
    doesn't block your view. All pages automatically SAVED as you flip between pages Scrolling view of
    multiple pages by touching Page Number Button. Easily ERASE writing or DELETE / ADD whole

    WritePad - Lets you take notes in your own handwriting with a stylus pen or even your finger.
    The state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software will adapt and learn your style of writing.
    You can use simple gestures to select text, cut, copy, paste, and insert special characters.


    First Then Visual Schedule - This app is unique in that it is completely customizable for
    the user and their needs. The teacher can record their own voice, add their own images from their
    computer or simply use images from the application’s stock library to create a schedule. This also
    allows for schedules to be created “on-the-go” to help transition through unexpected changes in a

    iPrompts - Visual prompting tool containing original artwork for schedules, a timer, choice
    prompts, and a library.

    Picture Scheduler - To aid in recall of details, record audio and video notes to accompany a
    photo in a listed schedule.

    Steps - Visual schedules for 9 sequential activities can be checked for completion, and more
    activities can be added.

    TimeTimer - Improves time management with a visual depiction of time, and optional audible
    and vibrate signals for the device.

    Visules - Uses drawings and photos to communicate schedules and actions.


    ABA Flashcards - Actions - In this set of 52 images, learn actions via text, photo, and real

    ABA Flashcards - Alphabet - Flash cards are specifically created to stimulate learning
    and provide tools and strategies for creative, effective language building. Flash cards can be a great
    tool for fostering the mastery of new words, building vocabulary and conveying new concepts.

    ABC Animals - Interactive animal flash cards with audio that provide the letter name
    associated animal name, and the phonetics.

    ABC Phonics – Animals - Focuses in on the alphabet phonetics, spelling, reading, and
    sounds. The word spellings, letters, sounds, and images in this game reinforces associative learning
    which may aid in early brain development in young kids and may help your child get a head start in

    ABC Phonics Animals Writing HD - Learn ABC recognition, writing, and listening
    skills with animals.

    ABC Pocket Phonics - Combines three apps in one with letter sounds, letter writing
    practice, and 170 first words.

    Animal Memory Match Kids - Improve memory skills with matching animals in one of
    4difficulty levels (6, 12, 20, 30).

    Animal Preschool - Animal Matching Game Learn Colors, Play Peekaboo Jungle, Learn the

    First Words Deluxe - FirstWords: Deluxe bundles the words from the original FirstWords
    apps: Sampler, Animals, At Home, and Vehicles. This deluxe version now includes over 100 words for
    toddlers to learn in addition to two new categories for Colors and Shapes.

    Five Little Monkeys - Musical counting game based on the popular rhyme with toys that
    react to touch.

    Itsy Bitsy Spider - Based on the popular song, every item is interactive, and the spider
    navigates you from screen to screen.span

    Old McDonald - Musical book with 12 interactive pages that play the song in varied
    languages or instruments, or record your voice.

    Preschool Adventure - Contains eight simple activities parents can do with their young
    toddlers and preschoolers:

    Wheels on the Bus - Musical book with 8 interactive pages that plays the song in varied
    languages or instruments, or records your voice.


    300 Sight Words - This sight words application includes 200+ service words plus 95 nouns.
    It is presented in flash card fashion.

    Emperor’s New Clothes - The classic has been slightly altered to accompany a narrated
    book with original art.

    eTextbooks - The eTextbooks app requires a CourseSmart eTextbook subscription. Features
    include: Accessing your eTextbooks for quick reference, Adding, editing and viewing your notes as
    you study, Finding what you need using keyword search, Reviewing that key chart or illustration
    before the test.

    Free Books - We take 23,469 classic books, package them up, and make them available to
    download and read with our fully featured ereader.

    Goldilocks and Three Bears - The app offers an interactive book plus a bonus 'Look and
    Find' game. Includes 2 reading modes: 'Read to me' and 'Read by myself', Story narration, Words
    are highlighted as they are read, so you can follow along, and Touchable words: tap on the words to
    hear them aloud - encourages learning how to read!

    GoodRead - Enables you to transfer files via Wi-Fi, download files from the Web (via an
    integrated Web browser), and even access files from personal storage sites such as MobileMe iDisk,
    Google Docs, and Dropbox. Enables you to view Microsoft Word, HTML, text and image files, listen
    to audio files, and watch videos.

iBooks - Includes the iBookstore, where you can download the latest best-selling books or your
favorite classics – day or night. Browse your library on a beautiful bookshelf, tap a book to open it,
flip through pages with a swipe or a tap, and bookmark or add notes to your favorite passages.

ICDL Books for Children - Thousands of children’s books (e.g., Three Little Pigs) from 60
countries in various languages with illustrations.

Little Red Riding Hood - The talking, interactive book has story narration paired with
text and animated objects.

My Photo Story - Create your own photo story!

OverDrive Media Console - OverDrive Media Console is a free, easy-to-use application
for audio books, music and video. Download OverDrive Media Console on your computer or mobile
device. Search for items on

Readdle Docs - An all-in-one document reader.

See Read Say - Includes all 220 Dolch Words spoken at the push of a button, and up to 4
individuals progress is tracked.

SonicPics - SonicPics is the easiest way to turn your images into custom slideshow movies to
share with your family and friends!

Stanza - Purchase popular new books from a selection of over 50,000 contemporary titles
available in various partner stores, or choose from an additional 50,000 free classics and recent
original works available from Project Gutenberg, and many other sources.

Stories2Learn - Create personalized stories using photos, text, and audio messages.

StoryKit - Create a story by drawing, taking a photo, typing, and recording your voice, and then
upload the story to a website.

    Three Little Pigs - An affordable diverse collection of children’s stories designed to immerse
    your child in the sights and sounds of interactive tales while keeping the “feel” of turning the pages
    of a real book. As we like to say, “When you hear the chime, turn the page!”

    vBookz - An extraordinary e-book reader for the iPhone, iPad and iPod that reads out loud.
    With vBookz you can access over 30,000 Classics FREE of charge! The best thing about vBookz is
    the magnifying glass interface indicating your current reading location, the magnifying glass
    follows the text as the book is being read.

    VOD - Voice of DAISY (VOD) is a DAISY digital talking book player that can handle the
    multimedia DAISY.

    Web Reader HD - Reads web pages for you. You can configure web pages to be read
    automatically, read pages manually, point to where you want to start reading or use cut/paste to
    read sections of text.


    101 Science - This great Science app quizzes 8-12 year olds on their Science knowledge. There
    are questions on Biology, Chemistry, Physics, General Science and Earth Science. There are only a
    set number of questions, but this is a handy revision tool that covers many aspects of Science in the

    3D Brain - Use your touch screen to rotate and zoom around 29 interactive structures. Discover
    how each brain region functions, what happens when it is injured, and how it is involved in mental
    illness. Each detailed structure comes with information on functions, disorders, brain damage, case
    studies, and links to modern research

    3D Cell Simulation and Stain Tool - Learn about the cell and all its structures using
    our new 3D Cell tool. Enjoy the ability to rotate the cell 360 degrees and zoom in on any cell
    structure. Choose from our list of cell structures to learn more about how each structure functions
    and relates to the other components of the cell.

    3D Sun - Open this app anytime to see what's happening today on the sun's ever-changing
    surface. See when major solar flares erupt on the sun's surface. Track sunspots that reveal the
    churning activity inside the sun's fiery inferno.

    A Life Cycle - It is easy to use, intuitive and most importantly, provides educational content
    with great illustrations and narrations.

    Basic Science Quiz - Basic Science is a branch of knowledge that deals with systematic
    study of all things in our surroundings. It's a valuable exercise for it teaches you about maintaining
    the balance in nature and enriching your knowledge and experience of the things around you. It
    deals with a fundamental factors in multiple choice question answer form based on each of these

Coaster Physics - Design and ride your very own realistic roller coaster, and see how
quantities like speed, acceleration, energy and g-force change as you ride along the track.

Element Flashcards - A set of flashcards about the periodic elements. On one side is the
element symbol and the other side is information about the element such as the atomic number,
weight, name, etc…

Exoplanet - A daily updated database of all discovered extra solar planets.

Fantastic Contraption - The concept is simple: build a machine from simple parts to move
a goal-object to the goal area of the level. The amazing thing is, for each level there are as many
solutions as there are players! The possibilities are endless!

Frog Dissection - A very user-friendly app that helps you learn more about frog dissection,

GoSkyWatch Planetarium - Easily and quickly identify and locate stars, planets,
constellations and more with a touch or by simply pointing to the sky.

Hurricane Tracker - Delivers the latest Atlantic and Eastern Pacific Hurricane information
on your iPhone and iPod Touch. Stay up to date with all the current advisories, audio updates,
animated satellite maps, wind maps, tracking maps and even the latest computer models for any
Atlantic or Eastern Pacific based storm!

NASA - There are an extensive collection of images and videos that catalog the most important
moments in space flight history. Launch information, countdown clocks, mission histories, and
pictures of the day are just some of the great features you can look forward to.

Physics 101 Tutor - Designed to make homework a breeze. Not only does it provide a single
source for all your physics formulas, but it also features a quick calculator to save you from all the
tedious algebra. Just find the formula for a problem you wish to solve, enter the known values in the
correct fields, and Physics 101 Tutor will do the rest!

Planets - You can view the solar system and constellations in 2D or 3D renderings, and find
facts and information on all the planets and their moons. It shows sun rise and sunset times, as well
as moon phases.

Science Glossary - You can read it in English or Spanish. The glossary has hundreds of
scientific terms and also some mini biographies of some luminaries from the world of Science.
Technical terms within the definitions are linked to other entries in the glossary and the navigation
is clear and easy to follow.

    Solar Walk - 3D Solar System model

    Space Images - Stunning images of stars and planets -- including Earth! -- are at your

    Temp Convert - Provides a clear and simple periodic table. Mass, density, boiling points, and
    more are available for each of the color coded elements, and if that is not enough, the Internet
    button will connect you to the Wikipedia entry for the element in question.

    The Chemical Touch - Provides a clear and simple periodic table. Mass, density, boiling
    points, and more are available for each of the color coded elements, and if that is not enough, the
    Internet button will connect you to the Wikipedia entry for the element in question.

    The Elements - You start off at a living periodic table where every element is shown with a
    smoothly rotating sample. To read about tin, tap the tin soldier. To read about gold, tap the gold
    nugget. Immediately you see the sample filling nearly the entire screen, photographed to razor
    sharpness and rotating around a complete circle in front of your eyes.


    iASL - This application features a video dictionary of more than 5,800 signs, a custom ASL
    grammatically correct translator, a conversational phrase bank, and more.

    iSign - An ANIMATED phrase book of 800 American Sign Language (ASL) gestures. Each of the
    gestures is modeled with a 3D character and completely animated.

    iSpeech Toddler Sign - This application will teach fundamental words that can be signed
    using sign language techniques. A total of 2 volumes are included; for a total of 60 commonly used

    My Smart Hands Flash Cards - Flash card app designed for children of all ages. Even
    pre-readers can have fun looking the cards and playing the exciting quiz game. Simply swipe your
    finger along the screen to move from card to card and tap once on the screen to flip the card to the
    reverse side.

    Sign4me - With more than 11,500 words in the library, you can learn signed English from a 3D


     2010 World Factbook - The complete CIA World Factbook at your fingertips, including
     extensive information on more than 250 countries and locations throughout the world. Whether
     you're an avid traveler, a busy student, or someone who just likes to stay informed, this is the app
     for you! Content updated every 2 weeks.

     Battle of Gettysburg - 60 high quality photos and drawings, 10 maps, 10 first-hand
     accounts and a six minute movie summary bring to life the most important battle in American
     History. The program includes a reading of the Gettysburg Address, delivered by President Lincoln,
     at the dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery. All the photos and first-hand accounts can
     be shared via e-mail.

     Dinosaurs: The American Museum of Natural History Collections - This
     app gives you access to the world's largest collection of dinosaur fossils as photos and recreations,
     and that adds up to hundreds of individual images. Zoom in on photos, or flip them over to reveal a
     collection of dinosaur facts.

     Discovery Channel - Get new videos, daily news stories, quizzes, photos, TV schedules and

     Flat Stanley - Join hundreds of thousands of children from over fifty countries, sports figures,
     presidents and prime ministers alike, in exchanging Flat Stanleys.

     Google Earth - Spin the globe or navigate the planet with a swift swipe of your finger, zoom in
     and out by pinching, and tilt the world by tilting your iPod touch. Students love it. The iPod touch
     and iPhone version includes all the same hi-res images you get on the desktop version, can easily be
     used by both Science and Social Studies teachers.

     History Maps - "History: Maps of World" is a fun and educational collection of high-resolution
     historical maps. Check it out to keep up with your history, learn something about history.

     My Congress - a portal to detailed information about your elected U.S. Congressional officials.
     Track their news, video and Twitter feeds. Look up their official Open Congress profile or contact
     them directly. MyCongress helps you get in touch with your government.

     Stack the States - As you learn state capitals, shapes, geographic locations and more, you
     can actually touch, move and drop the animated states anywhere on the screen. Carefully build a
     stack of states that reaches the checkered line to win each level.

     The Constitution - A basic version of the U.S. Constitution divided by the various sections.
     Includes notes on each section as well.

    This Day in History - View what happened today in history, and share what happened
    today that's significant to you.

    World Countries ALL-IN-ONE. 19 Educational Apps - 19 Educational
    Geographic apps in one: World Countries Factbook, Wikitravel, Photos, News, World Leaders,
    Holidays, World Map, Continental maps, Flags, Guess the Flag game, Flags Memory Match Game, 4
    types of Quizzes: capitals, maps, flags and trivia, Historical Maps, World Wonders, Famous Places,
    Rankings, 2 Flash cards apps.

    World Wiki - Access information about the capital, government, population, area, GDP,
    currency and the flag of any country.


    Annoying Fruit - Talk to these annoying fruit and they repeat what you say with funny
    voices! Poke them, tickle them, and shake them to see what crazy reactions they have!

    Blocks! - The True 3D Building App!

    Caster - Create and publish podcasts on your mobile device!

    Memeo Connect - Automatically syncs with Google Docs to keep your documents up to date,
    View all your Google Docs files including MS Office, Apple iWorks and PDF documents - even view
    photos and videos, Easily scroll and zoom Google Docs for easier reading, Read offline to keep
    productive while you are on the go, Works with Google Docs Standard, Education and Premiere
    edition users.

    Cramberry - Make flash cards with Cramberry, or choose from over a million free public flash
    cards. When you study, Cramberry tracks your progress on each card and presents cards you need
    to study.

    Datatap - The pocket database app that ships with a dedicated desktop app that runs on both
    Macs and PCs and lets you edit your data on your computer at no extra cost.

    Delicious Bookmarks - Quickly access and save Delicious bookmarks.

DJ Soundbox - Mobile Sounds and Beats

Dragon Search - Voice recognition to speak, see and edit your text, then search on Google,
YouTube, Wikipedia, iTunes, and Twitter.

fileDisplay - Store and view documents on your iPad. View files and web pages on an external
display or projector. Upload using iTunes, Wi-Fi or transfer from another app. Unique remote
control and web viewing features means you can use your iPad as a helper display next to your
computer without taking your hands off your keyboard and mouse.

Fotobabble - Quickly create and easily share Talking Photos

Google Mobile Apps - Search Google quickly using your voice, pictures, and location.
Google Mobile App includes the following features: Google Goggles, Search by voice, My Location,
Google Suggest, Search history, Contact search, Vertical search.

Groupboard - Turns your device into a collaborative whiteboard, allowing you to draw and
chat in real time with other people anywhere on the internet, even with users using a web browser.

iFX - Preloaded with 60 sound effects, Bells, Whistles, Bangs, Clangs, Smacks, and wide variety of
others for just about every occasion.

i-Prompt Pro - i-Prompt Pro Professional Tele-prompting software for your iPad. Use your
Apple iPad as a professional teleprompter for location reporting, corporate video productions, info-
mercials, video blogs, podcasts and all types of public event speaking. Both Free All Ages

iResponse - Provides education and training institutions with the ability to turn their lectures
into an interactive learning experience. This will help students increase their learning and retain

iSigns HD - Contains 150 informational signs.

iTalk Recorder - Voice recorder for iPhone with internal mic, or iPod touch with external

MluPresenter - An application that helps you turn your presentations more attractive and
less stressing, using your iPhone with a Wi-Fi network you can control your presentation and
interact with other iPhones that have the application.

MyPoint - A remote control for PowerPoint presentations on Windows and Mac OS X. Features
include slide browser, display of current slide, notes, and preview of next slides. Extended features
(marker and timer) available via In App purchase.

NeoJulie - NeoJulie is a Text-To-Speech App that uses NeoSpeech Julie's voice (US English

NeoPaul - NeoPaul NeoPaul is a Text-To-Speech App that uses NeoSpeech Paul's voice (US
English male). iTouch Free All Ages

PhotoCard - Allows you to create custom postcards using Bill's nature photos or your own
personal photos, then send them by email or postal mail.

PhotoPad - A premium photo editing app designed specifically for the iPad.

Power Presenter - This application is for Presentation. If you save the PowerPoint as PDF
file, this app will help you do the presentation on projector. If you can upload your file to a web site,
it also can present that website for you. It automatically detects the projector and send the signal to
the projector when connecting with the VGA cable.

Quick Office Connect Suite - This app lets you create, manage, edit, and view documents
compatible with Microsoft’s Office suite. It also has built in support for multiple online storage
services including Dropbox, MobileMe, Google Docs, and with drag-and-drop file
management capability.

QuickVoice - Record ideas, voice memos, voice email, dictation, lists, meetings, classes, or
entire lectures!

RevisionAid - Use the QA Builder to build text or multiple choice questions and use the Quiz
Me section to take the quiz in random order, the questions will be mixed up differently every time
you take the quiz

Talking Tom Cat - Tom is your pet cat that responds to your touch and repeats everything
you say with a funny voice. You can pet him, poke him or grab his tail. Record videos of Tom
repeating your words and share them with friends and family.

          TeacherPal - TeacherPal A personal organizer for the teacher. It enables the teacher to
          organize classes, and students. It’s simple and intuitive interface enables teachers to track the
          attendance, grades and behavior of students.

          TwitBird - A fast, flexible, full-featured twitter client for iPhone and iPod Touch. It has a lot of
          cool features that you see in other twitter apps but rarely together. It offers everything you'd expect
          for a good twitter client, from your timeline to search. It is such a powerful twitter client with
          simple user interface, people will find no difficulties to use all the features at all.

          Voice Memo - Record high quality audio on your iPad using the built-in microphone, your
          headset, or an external mic.

          Whiteboard - Turns an iPhone or iPod Touch into a collaborative workspace for sketching
          and sharing ideas in real-time.

Other Notable IPAD APPS

                               Popular Science+

It’s the latest in science and technology, specifically designed for iPad. Photos are more vibrant
on the large, high-resolution iPad display. Stories are even more immersive thanks to iPad
capabilities. And each issue is more fun to explore with Multi-Touch. With a tap, text
disappears so you can focus on the amazing images. To dive into a story, just tap again and the
text reappears. Jump between sections with a touch of a finger and swipe through pages in
portrait or landscape.

                                Real Racing HD

Get behind the wheel and tear through forests, seaside circuits, and burning deserts with
Real Racing HD on iPad. You’ll see every detail in HD on the large iPad display. iPad

technology is responsive and precise, which makes your car easy to control. Tilt to steer
with the accelerometer or put your finger to the metal with Multi-Touch technology. Race
in five different game modes as you work your way from rookie to world champion.

                                   The Elements

Discover the 118 elements of the Periodic Table up close on the large iPad screen. Flick to
rotate 360 degrees and inspect each one. Then read the element's story. You’ll learn its
origins, how it was discovered, and its significance in the universe. You can see it all in 3D
using 3D glasses (sold separately). The Elements features a live connection to the Wolfram
| Alpha computational search engine. So you'll have the latest data at hand.

                                  Alphabet Fun

Learning the A-B-Cs was never like this. Alphabet Fun makes the most of Multi-Touch on
iPad to teach kids letters, numbers, and colors. They'll swipe through colorful images and
easy-to-read text. They’ll trace over letters with their fingers right on the iPad display.
They’ll even write entire words. Kids think it’s a game. Parents think it’s educational.
Everybody wins.


With songs from the hit TV show and the Glee cast behind you, you’ll discover your true star potential on
iPad. Here’s how it works: You sing your favorite songs and the Glee chorus harmonizes with you. If
you’re a little off key, they even correct your pitch. You can record as you go and listen to your
performance. Then join other Glee fans by sharing your songs on Facebook and Twitter. You'll earn
points for free songs by putting yourself out there in front of the world. It’s the perfect way to gleek out -
and in perfect pitch, too.


With over 93 million homes at your fingertips, Zillow and iPad make it easy to find the perfect one. With a
tap, you’ll find Zestimate® home values, homes for sale and for rent, and more. The large iPad display
makes it easy to see each home’s potential in full-screen color photos. Its GPS technology lets you walk
or drive through neighborhoods. You can filter searches by house features and save each search. When
new results come in, you'll be alerted via push notifications.

                                             The Weather Channel

Following the weather is even more fascinating on iPad. The large display and crisp video make
storm footage riveting. You’ll see in-motion radar with past and future views. You can watch
local, regional, and national weather forecast videos. Customize full-size weather maps. Check
your local traffic. And get real-time Twitter feeds from the Weather Channel hosts themselves.
Viewing the Weather Channel on iPad regularly can help you plan your day or week accordingly.
And you’ll never forget your umbrella.

                                      Things for iPad

Things to do, places to go, people to see — it’s all easier to manage on iPad. Things for iPad is
a simple application that makes to-do lists, notes, due dates, and projects come together
beautifully. And checking things off your list even more satisfying. Things organizes your tasks
smarter and in more detail than any other to-do application. You can manage them by day,
subject, and priority. And even keep an ongoing list for future goals.

                               Marvel Comics
Now that you can read Marvel titles on iPad, comics will never be the same. Colors and art
look so astonishing on the iPad display, you’ll feel like you’re part of the action. Pinch to
zoom in and out of each page to view text and art. Tap thumbnails to navigate through
pages. iPad can even lead you through each panel as the adventure unfolds. And you can
buy comics right on iPad. Browse hundreds of comics by series. Preview a comic before you
buy, then download single issues or the entire series. You can order a print version to bag
and board for your collection.

         The Wall Street Journal
Read The Wall Street Journal on iPad and soak up news from around the globe, everywhere
you go. In-depth analysis, real-time quotes, and video — all your favorite sections of the
Journal are here — and they’re even better on iPad.

               E*TRADE Mobile Pro
Keep an eye on your investments, stay on top of the news, and get real-time quotes with
E*TRADE on iPad. The large screen makes it easy to see everything you need to know about
your portfolio. And you can trade with a tap from anywhere. E*TRADE on iPad makes it
easier to manage your money on the go.


With iPad technology, SCRABBLE becomes a whole new game. Shake to shuffle tiles. Drag
and drop to play letters. With customized game rules and multiple difficulty levels, you can
play with up to four friends. Or connect with friends on Facebook and play more than 25
multiplayer games at a time.

Children’s Book APPS for the IPAD
Jack and the Beanstalk Children's Interactive Storybook

                   Ayars Animation Studios
Taking a page out of the Disney playbook (give or take 30 pages), this version of the Jack-versus-Giant
tale doesn't offer sparkling prose.

But in every other area — from its lush, hand-drawn-meets-digital-effects artwork to its treasure trove of
hidden games, effective voice work and lengthy list of ways to customize the experience — it reaches
great heights. While some of the app's interactive surprises seem more obligatory than revelatory (when
Jack buys the magic beans, a hidden bean-matching memory game can be accessed), others are more
inspired. On every page, a hidden golden egg can be found; it hatches to reveal a fuzzy yellow chick
dancing to a short burst of accordion music. On one page, tapping Jack coaxes him into belting out a
song in the style of a Disney animation show tune. And in addition to the standard poking and page
turning used by other iPad story apps, some pages also react to tilting the device or shaking it. The
characterizations, especially of the Giant, his wife and Jack's barnyard animals, are lively. Production
values feel high, and the app's length and bundle of features feel well-paced, never overstaying their


Filled with digitally collaged illustrations and pages that take advantage of the iPad's touch and motion
features, this app stands out by mostly enhancing, rather than getting in the way of, a good Brothers
Grimm story.

The familiar tale of the beauty locked in a tower who lets down her long hair for a young prince includes
painted-in pencil sketches of characters and crinkled-paper background textures that display beautifully
on the iPad's screen. In addition to fussily amusing British-accented narration, some pages have sound
effects (a witch's cackle, a bird's chirp) activated by touch. On certain pages, the foreground can be
shifted left and right by tilting the iPad. And on two of the story's 25 pages, a black-and-white sketch can
be colored in with finger motions. A handsome pop-up filmstrip bar provides easy navigation, and the
narration is also available in Spanish.

Whether the girl-in-distress-becomes-a-princess storyline is still relevant after nearly 200 years is an
entirely separate matter, Disney movie adaptations aside.

Pop Out! The Tale of Peter Rabbit

                        Loud Crow Interactive Inc.
Startling in its mix of digital and traditional book design, Loud Crow Interactive's first iPad book app
translates the text and illustrations of the Beatrix Potter classic into electronic pages that appear to live
and breathe beneath readers' fingertips.

Peter Rabbit's misadventure in Mr. McGregor's garden is told with the illusion of spring-loaded objects
and pull-tab animation. For 55 gorgeous pages, every rabbit, flower pot and bird can be wiggled and
poked as a lush piano accompaniment and optional British-accented narration plays. The surprises
extend beyond the borders of the pictures; poke falling blackberries and they pop out of the image,
settling, photo-realistically, at the bottom of the pages. An unobtrusive silver tab at the top of the screen
can be pulled down at any time to skip to a favorite page. The happy congruence between the original
book's diminutive trim size and the proportions of the landscape-oriented iPad means that Potter's
illustrations appear almost as they would to readers holding the book open — a masterstroke of design.

Grimm's Rapunzel — 3D Interactive Pop-Up Book

                       Ideal Binary Limited
Visually unique with engaging computer-generated graphics and thrilling transitions between a virtual
book and pop-up playsets, this take on long-haired Rapunzel's tower imprisonment just misses enhancing
the well-worn tale by veering too far from the original story.

The 3-D employed in the service of this app isn't the kind viewed with special glasses; instead it's the 3-D
graphic effects common in video games and computer-animated movies and TV shows. Used here, the
effects turn a digital representation of a fairy tale book into a moving, animated pop-up paradise where
trees, hills and objects readers can manipulate with their fingers spring from the pages. In between lightly
illustrated pages of olde-timey text are the interactive pages, which invite readers to grow flowers for
Rapunzel's mother, assist a prince on his quest to find the trapped princess and even drop vegetables
into a pot for a romantic dinner. Strangely, there are no interactive pages or mini-games involving
Rapunzel's famous hair, a glaring omission. If only the story were as imaginative and full of flair as the
beautifully rendered pop-up pages (which themselves seem oddly middle-American next to the old-
fashioned look of the text). Instead, this version of the Brothers Grimm story is altered and truncated,
exiting on a limp happy ending: The witch gives up Rapunzel without much of a fight, and, except for a
brief detour to the Desert of Doom, there's not much adversity to overcome.

Teddy's Day

                            Auryn Inc.
A little girl ponders the secret life of her stuffed bear and attempts to catch him in the act.

Based on the 2004 children's book, What Does My Teddy Bear Do All Day? by Bruno Hachler and Birte
Muller, the brief story is sweetly told and full of surprises. At first, the app seems to be a no-frills, basic
narrative, with painterly illustrations and simple navigation (arrows at the top left and right to flip pages).
With only minimal animation — leaves blowing in a breeze or eyes blinking — it's easy to miss the hidden
features like a drawing tablet accessible by tapping on papers taped to a wall, or the teddy bear's ability to
flop left and right with a tilt of the iPad on the title screen. Where the original book relied on readers' ability
to catch all the details presented on the page, this app takes advantage of the medium with these
interactive touches to provide a full-blown picture of this teddy and his chums' secret life. By not calling
attention to those features until a few seconds after the narration is read on each page, then highlighting
where to touch, it rewards patient readers while still providing a cozy tale for those who want to speed

             Dr. Seuss's ABCs ($3.99). We all remember good old Dr. Seuss and his vaguely drug-
influenced rhyming books, right? On the iPad, the classic illustrations come to life--almost literally. "Dr.
Seuss's ABCs" comes with functionality that you won't find in a typical e-book. It can read the book to
your kids or display each image without sound. The book features cool music and brighter-than-life
images, making this one of the best ways to teach your children about the alphabet while keeping them
entertained. Other Dr. Seuss titles are also available on the iPad. If you have to buy one, "Dr. Seuss's
ABCs" has the cleanest production and best looks.

               Alice for the iPad ($8.99). Yes, this is "Alice in Wonderland," and no, it's not the spooky
Tom Waits version. Lewis Carroll's classic children's novel achieves new levels of interaction on the iPad
thanks to some brilliant controls and breathtaking art. It's more than just a storybook; tilt the iPad and
Alice will grow or shrink. Shake the screen to move objects and characters, or just read along. It's as
interactive an experience as a parent could want, and there's no way to get closer to "Alice in
Wonderland" without taking illegal substances.

                          iStoryTime books (varies). FrogDogMedia has one of the silliest names, but I'll
forgive them since their children's book apps are some of the best around. At about $3 for high-res iPad
books, they're simple, narrated books with imaginative art and stories. They're designed for the 2-to-5 age
groups, and they're a lifesaver for parents who need a quick new book for a child's bedtime story. Some
of their best titles include "Silly Lilly Goes to the Beach" and "Shrek Forever After."

                     International Children's Digital Library (Free). Finally, here's something for
cheapskate parents and bookworm kids. The International Children's Digital Library is a free app that
allows kids to read thousands of books online, although you'll need a Wi-Fi or 3G connection, since books
aren't actually downloaded. Illustration is downplayed in this free app; it's more for kids who are actively
reading on their own and offers a lot of safe, pleasant reading for those youngsters. I actually found
myself engrossed in this app for a few hours.

Additional Worthwhile IPAD APPS
Math Board ($2.99)

At the top of our list of iPad learning apps is the uber cool math board. Writing a few sums on a
scrap of paper is so last century. Math Board for iPad has an ‗old skool‘ feel to it with a polished
looking chalk board, instantly transforming me right back to the class room. The ability to do
your working out on the app screen is a nice touch. The fact the iPad app is fully customizable
allowing young learners from the age of 4 right through 13 to answer questions suited to their
age ability is one of the defining features that initially caught the eye.


       Random problem generation (up to 250 questions per quiz).
       Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Squares, Cubes and Square Roots
       Number ranges are configurable from -1000 to 1000, including the ability to require
       certain numbers to be in each problem.
       Intelligent ―wrong‖ answer generation makes guessing more difficult. Includes the ability
       to omit negative answers.
       A quiz can be timed, and timing can be set as a countdown timer or elapsed time.
       A quiz can be saved making it simple to replay a similar quiz or the same quiz at a later
       Wrong answers are re-viewable with both the incorrect and correct answer visible (and
       equation displayed). You can even generate a quiz from just the wrong answers.
       Problem Solver for Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division problems.
       Quick reference math tables for Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication.
       LanSchool EdApp certified.
       Supports VGA Output.

I SPY Spooky Mansion ($3.99)

Anything that provokes a thoughtful response ultimately improves the thought process of a child.
Problem solving works the brain and allows kids to ultimately learn from their mistakes. To
reveal the keys to this app you must solve 21 I SPY riddles and puzzles by searching for hidden
objects in areas of the mansion—the library, living room, laboratory, graveyard and more!


         Unlock areas of the mansion by solving riddles. To make your escape, explore the spooky and creepy
         grounds in search of seven keys that open the front gate.
         21 I SPY RIDDLES
         Use the map to find and unlock the 21 I SPY riddles lurking on the estate. To solve the riddles, look for the
         objects listed in the I SPY riddle.
         Zoom functionality allows for up to 300% magnification to help find the most cleverly hidden objects!
         Voiceovers read all the I SPY riddles aloud to help younger players just learning how to read.

Toy Story 3 Read-Along ($8.99)

Toy Story is an internationally known and well loved tale and the developers have done a magical job with the iPad
incarnation of this classic Disney production. Reading is a fundamental part of a child‘s learning process and this
one just hits the spot. The fun thing about this learning app for iPad is that it‘s not just a book. There are plenty of
mini games included to add to the experience.


         Interactive read-along storybook app features your favorite characters from Toy Story 3.
         Two reading modes allow you to follow along as the story is read aloud, or explore at your own pace.
         Select Young Reader Mode to simplify page turns.
         Record your voice reading the story and hear it played back as narration. Record your child‘s voice too!

         View select pages in a whole new way with fantastic 3D effects that have dynamic touch-to-play
         exploration. The 3D glasses used to view the 3D section of this App are FREE at your local Disney Store,
         while supplies last, exclusively in the United States and Canada.
         Play exciting games based on scenes from Toy Story 3. Watch Woody soar above the town and help him to
         safety in ―Hang Glider,‖ and have a blast with Buzz as you overcome thrilling obstacles in ―Falling with
         Style‖ – also in 3D!
         Tap the ―blinking stars‖ whenever you see them to reveal animated surprises throughout the app.
         Get creative with the finger painting tool and share your masterpieces with friends and family!
         Sing along to songs from the movie.
         Jump to your favorite page with the Visual Page Index.
         Turn pages manually and move back and forth through the story as you wish!

Star Walk ($4.99)

Star Walk is, well, genius. It looks fantastic and any kid with half an interest in whats up in the sky at night time will
fall in love with this app. It allows you to point your iPad to the sky, using full screen augmented reality, to turn the
device into what is effectively a futuristic telescope. As you move the iPad around it will show you what you should
be looking at. Learning about the stars has never been so much fun.


         Star Spotter – real time motion tracking tells you what stars are above you in the sky;
         Satellites Tracking – never miss ISS flying over your head again;
         Time Machine – see what the sky looks like at any moment in the past or future;
         Picture of the Day – stunning pictures from deep space;
         Night Mode – preserve your dark vision to see more stars;
         Search – wondering where Jupiter is right now? Arrow will guide you to it;
         Big Screen – connect a second display to view the sky on a big screen.

123 World Geography ($0.99)

Although nothing compares to the fun, and mess, kids can have with paints and such like, this learning app for iPad
try‘s to bring art and geography together. And it does a pretty good job. The app has an amazing amount of things to
do, including answering various questions about our planet, languages we use and various other smart features. 123
World teaches geography using engaging artwork, sound effects, animation, live Google maps, and music from
around the world.


         Maps include pins with labels that identify the names of capital cities, states, territories, countries,
         continents and oceans
         Labels over map pins link to a satellite view of the Earth with an embedded live Google Map supporting
         pan and zoom!
         Select up to two voice-overs (English, Spanish, French or German) to be spoken when numbers are
         touched, and you choose which language is spoken first
         Proper spelling of numbers is displayed in selected languages (for example, ―One / Uno‖ is displayed when
         the number 1 is touched, while English and Spanish are selected)
         When a map is complete, music from a variety of genres is played, including urban, club, rock, country and
         Individual (or all) songs and sound effects can be turned off
         Save artwork to the camera roll


              App Developer: EuroSmartz Ltd.

PDF files are one of the most well known file types around in the computing world and there are a lot of different
uses for them. PDF files are often used in order to showcase products or create eBooks as well as in order to let
someone know about a product or service you are offering. Creating PDF files is a really an easy thing to do on a
computer as there are a many programs out there but sometimes, you want to create a nice new PDF file when you
are on the move. Now, you can create PDF files with your iPad without the use of a computer at all using the
Save2PDF iPad App.

Splashtop Remote Desktop

            App Developer: Splashtop Inc.

One of the unique features of the iPad is the large screen that is has. Not only is it extremely large for a tablet
computer, but it is also very high quality. Its great to actually access your computer and control your desktop from
the iPad and there are only a handful of iPad apps that actually allow this. A lot of them tend to be a little slow or
poorly designed but now, there is Splashtop Remote Desktop that will allow you to do this brilliantly.

Handy Sign

            App Developer: OOHAND Mobile Software, Inc.

One of the things that the iPad is extremely useful for is viewing content such as books and PDF files. The vivid and
colourful screen makes viewing these absolutely beautiful on the device and there are a number of applications that
will allow you to view the PDF files. These applications include some of the most well known and free iPad apps
such as iBooks and many others. However, one of the things that seems to be missing from the iPad is an application
that will actually allow you to be able to edit and customise a PDF file easily on your iPad. Now, this task has been
filled with the use of the Handy Sign app for the iPad

SkyFire Web Brow.ser

          App Developer: Skyfire Labs Inc.

There is no doubting that the iPad has completely revolutionized the way that a lot of people work and enjoy games
on mobile devices, but there is also a couple of major drawbacks to the device. One of the problems that people
actually face when it comes to the iPad is that they are unable to play flash content on the device. This can be a big
problem as there is a lot of flash content available on the internet including many games and advertisements on
websites. Until recently, there was no way of viewing the flash content on the device until the SkyFire iPad app
came along and made it all possible.

Awesome Note

           App Developer: BRID

Awesome note for iPad is a revolutionary new application for the iPad as it actually combines all the features of a
to-do application with the features of a note taking application. There are a lot of iPad apps that offer both of these
services but they are both separate from each other. This application puts them both together into a beautifully
designed application that will actually allow you to manage your life a lot more easily. This app really allows you to
get the things down on your iPad that you need to remember and it allows you to do this quickly and easily.

Sticky Memos

           App Developer: FireBird Creations

Sticky memos are something that a lot of people have used for many years in their daily lives in order to help them
to remember things. However, there are a lot of problems with sticky memos in real life including the fact that they
are always getting lost or misplaced and the fact that you have to buy more as soon as you have run out. As well as

this, it is using unnecessary amounts of paper and having a negative effect on the environment. Now, you can use
your iPad in order to solve the problems that are associated with sticky memos by downloading the sticky memos
iPad app. Simple iPad apps are sometimes the best and this application is a perfect example of this.

My Data Usage Pro

           App Developer: Webrich Software

One of the problems that you have probably faced, especially if you are currently on a contract with a mobile phone
operator, is that you often have no clue as to how much of your download limit you have used per month. The Apple
iPads have now started to be released on a contract and this problem is now being faced for these devices as it is for
the iPhone. Luckily, there is an iPad App designed that will allow you to keep track of your data usage and make
sure that you do not go over it and have to endure one of those huge bills from the network operator.


           App Developer: Brian Stucki

Agendas for the iPad is a new application that was released at the beginning of December. Agendas is an application
for business users and so far, it looks like it is doing pretty well in the app store. The idea of the iPad app is that it
will allow you to create your own agendas for meetings that you are expected to be attending. The applcation
provides you a great way of creating your agendas and it also has a range of other features that are designed to make
your business life and your meetings a lot easier and will allow them to flow a lot better.


            App Developer: FileMaker Inc.

Bento is a fantastic application for your iPad that will help you to organize your extremely busy life. The makers of
the application have fully understood that there are business people and people with busy jobs that really need a way
to keep all of the factors of their life organized and Bento is the solution to doing this. What Bento actually allows
you to do is to organize almost anything you like that is part of your life and then store it on your iPad when you will
be able to access it almost any time you like. Bento has to be one of the best organizational iPad apps out there and it
is packed full of features to help you stay organized.


          App Developer: Pockeysoft

There is no doubt that the iPad is fantastic for a range of applications and one of the things that makes it this way is
the touch sensitive screen which incorporates some of the best multitouch features available today. One of the iPad
apps that has been quick to realise the potential of the touch screen technology included in the iPad is an application
called UPAD. The idea behind this application is that it will make writing and drawing on the iPad an extremely
easy experience. It will open your eyes to a whole new world of things that you can do on the iPad.

 Print (Printing for everyday items)

          App Developer: EuroSmartz

Printing is one of those things that is only just becoming the normal thing to do on a mobile device and the iPad is
one of the devices that is leading this mobile printing revolution. Before the iPad, most people would have to
transfer files from their mobile devices to their home computer in order to print but with the new iPad apps that are
becoming available, printing is now possible straight from your iPad. One of the apps that makes this possible is
Print for the iPad and it has a range of fantastic features.


          App Developer: appsplit

DiamPrice is a fantastic application that is available for the iPad and the iPhone devices that allows you to keep
track on the value of your diamonds. There are many features in this application making it a fantastic iPad app for
both consumers and retailers. The application actually allows you to keep track of the current rates of diamonds and
how much they are worth and you will also be able to keep track of your own selection of rings and jewellery that
has diamonds using the application with a range of features that make it really easy.


          App Developer: Thirtynine

In this modern age, there are a lot of people that like to work from home and that like to share ideas with people that
are quite far away from them. This is something that is now possible with the internet and with the Apple iPad; there
is a whole range of new things that you can do. SyncPad for the iPad is a fantastic application that will actually
allow you to share your ideas with people anywhere in the world using the internet and is a great idea for those
designers and business people that can‘t always be in the same room for a business meeting.

Nightstand Central for iPad

         App Developer: Thomas Huntington

There are so many applications for the iPad and there are a huge variety of apps that are actually preinstalled from
Apple which allow you to do all of the basic kinds of things. However, there seems to be a different app for different
things when it comes to these apps. For example, there is an app for alarm clocks and there is a separate app for
weather .This might be quite annoying for some users a large percentage of the time, you might want all of this
information in one place and on the screen at one time. You might also want a different alarm tone to the standard
Apple in built tone. If this is the case, then it‘s possible that you have been looking for iPad apps that can actually
supply this for you and if you have, you might have stumbled upon Nightstand Central for iPad.