2nd Grade APPS

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7 Little Words for Kids

7 Little Words for Kids

Similar to the addictive adult version, 7 Little Words for Kids challenges players to find the correct words for clues the game provides. Each screen presents 7 clues and 16 tiles composed of partial... Read more >

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Daisy the Dinosaur

Daisy the Dinosaur

Daisy the Dinosaur by Hopscotch Technologies introduces children to basic computer programming. A challenge mode tutorial shows how to make the dinosaur move, jump, shrink and grow using drag and drop instructions. Without explicitly... Read more >

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Geoboard

Geoboard

In classrooms, a geoboard is a nifty math manipulative made from wood, evenly spaced nails and rubber bands. The Math Learning Center takes Geoboard virtual in its app for the iPad. Like its real... Read more >

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Foldify

Foldify

Foldify by Pixie is a rare app that combines digital and hands-on experiences. Children can design three-dimensional models such as cars, houses, pyramids, people, geometric shapes, etc. from templates. Each is entirely customizable with art... Read more >

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Dragon Box

Dragon Box

Dragon Box is an excellent app.  The developers have taken advantage of iOS technology to teach algebra concepts in a new, fun and meaningful way that engages children long before they are generally... Read more >

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"Thank you so much for the 5 star rating. After seeing my 8 year old learn the fundamentals of Algebra in one afternoon of game play I was certainly impressed with DragonBox. So impressed that I contacted the company and convinced the developers to hire me. I am a former math teacher as well as a parent. I know first hand how stressful algebra can be for some students. I'm on a mission to get this app into the hands of kids before they develop that oh so common math phobia. Algebra is fun, play with it! ~Megan" Read more >

Matchmatics

Matchmatics

Parents would never encourage kids to play with matches, right? Well, they might do just that with Matchmatics by Mideast Apps. This clever app presents arithmetic problems written in matchsticks. The challenge is to... Read more >

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My Story

My Story

Got a sob story, tall story or fish story to tell? My Story is a good choice for the job.  Children can create multi-page books to export to multiple apps such... Read more >

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My PlayHome

My PlayHome

Imagine an online dollhouse where all the appliances “work.” In My PlayHome by Shimon Young, a finger’s swipe turns on the lights, microwave and stove. Cabinets and drapes open and close, and the toilet... Read more >

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"A fun and wholesome app. My kids like it a lot." Read more >

PicCollage

PicCollage

One of the many things to like about PicCollage by Cardinal Blue Software is its flexibility. It’s a blank slate for the creation of a digital poster. Users can take images with the iPad/iPhone... Read more >

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Jungle Time

Jungle Time

This is a very nice app for learning how to tell time.  While a pre-reader could definitely learn with it, it is best for K, 1st and 2nd (since digital clocks are ubiquitous kids... Read more >

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"This app has been super helpful for my kids who both can easily read a digital clock, but never really learned a clock face. The lessons are good, but we really use the "tell time" and "set time" features." Read more >

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