7 Educational Apps Free Today- Grab Them

Today’s Apps Gone Free series features a collection of 7 educational apps that are free today and only for a limited period of time. Some of the things you can do with these apps include: create and share digital sticky notes, learn vocabulary through interactive activities, learn new languages, develop letter recognition skills, develop counting skills through engaging games, and track attendance of your students. Students can use this app to develop their vocabulary learning skills. Some of its features include:”Practice hundreds of words until you learn them allAligned with 3rd Grade curriculum standardsSample sentences have been written for each word specifically for our appStudy anywhere and learn at your own paceSpecifically appropriate content chosen for this grade levelIncrease student vocabulary comprehension and their scores!””Ling helps you to learn languages through games and interactive challenges with the help of native speakers. Activities have been developed to help you master speaking, spelling and accent through observing natural conversation and developing a core vocabulary. You can learn to draw characters to write out traditional idioms and gain insight into to culture and history of the country.””In Letter Meadow, your child will select one letter from the alphabet to focus on through a series of ABC learning mini games. The games are all thoughtfully created and build off each other in a way that reinforces what your child is learning.” Some of the skills it teaches include”TracingMatching recognitionDistinction between upper and lower case lettersPutting a letter in its place in alphabetical order.””In Number Island, your child will select one number (1-25) to focus on through a series of mini games. The games are all thoughtfully created and build off each other in a way that reinforces what your child is learning. Skills include: tracing, counting and putting in numerical order. Your child will be counting with the Wonder Bunch in no time!”” ‘notally’ adds numbers in your text, so you don’t have to open a calculator for simple maths. (note + total = notally).Positive numbers are shown in blue and negative in red. Use negative number for subtraction. Notes can be put together inside a folder which shows their grand total.”This app helps you manage school attendance. Some of its features include:” Organise your weekly schedule (time-table).Easily mark your attendance with “Today” tab where sessions are shown according to your schedule.Specify custom attendance limits for each subject.View overall attendance record and subject-wise attendance record in percentage and in more details like no. of sessions attended and no. of sessions conducted.Get smart suggestions on how many upcoming sessions to attend to keep up with your attendance limits for each subject.Get automatic reminders on sessions for specific subject according to your schedule and more.Get weekly attendance report with graphs representing multiple days for each subject.Visit history date-wise to view which sessions you attended or missed in a specific day.””Nothing beats a whiteboard and sticky-notes for capturing lots of loose information and seeing the big picture. Stickyboard takes that flexibility and adds the convenience and power of your iPad. Don’t worry about losing notes after a meeting again. It’s much easier to carry around, and a lot friendlier for the environment. Use any color coding system you like. Effortlessly move and group your notes – unlike paper sticky notes, they don’t fall off after too may moves.”

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