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Teacher - Apps





On Kahoot you can create a quiz or a survey that your students respond to through any device that has a web browser (iPhone, iPad, Android device, Chromebook). Your Kahoot questions can include pictures and videos.


Remind offers teachers a free, safe and simple way to instantly text students & parents. Teachers, coaches, or administrators can send reminders, assignments, homework, assessments, or motivational messages directly to  students' & parents' phones. Including: regular text messages, voice clips and attachments

Adobe Voice



Simple, elegant tool for creating stories by recording voice over your own images or a library of themes, images, fonts and music. Anyone can create beautiful presentations with virtually no learning curve.




Skitch is a free app that helps you communicate visually with friends, co-workers, and the world. Can mark up and edit images.- can add text, highlight, blur, arrows, sticker to mark images.



This augmented reality app is a great way to connect digital media content to a physical object. Unlike similar products, it will scan both QR codes and bar codes. It can be used in connection to maps, to find local events and in any number of other creative ways.


This app offers an interactive game-based learning environment for language. It is designed for grades K-5 and features beautiful design and crisp graphics. It's also Web-based and uses Flash, but students can log in at home as well. This tool is Web-based and free.
Spelling City


The app offers 25 online spelling games. Teachers love this because they can connect the vocabulary to other classroom content and share what's going on in class with parents. It is Web-based, as well as available on iPad and iPhone. The basic version is free.


This is essentially a huge e-book library. The collection includes everything from picture books to graphic novels and even junior novels. One teacher described Epic as "Netflix for kids books" because it offers thousands of titles. The books are for ages 4 and up and are fairly interactive. It is free and works on iPads and iPhones.


The simple app is a great way to crowdsource info, essentially collecting notes from lots of people in one place. Padlet is Web-based and free.


This tool is a fun and easy way to keep track of student behaviour, allowing teachers to take attendance quickly and give positive or negative reinforcement, depending on a child's actions that day. Each student gets a critter and some teachers find it very effective. It works on iPhones and iPads, as well as Android phones and the Web. It is free.


Lots of school teachers use Scratch to teach rudimentary coding. This tool built at MIT Media Lab allows students to make neat programs, enhancing their coding knowledge as they go. It is Web-based and free.
Green Screen
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This app has been around for several years, but educators are still using it often. It's only for iPads and it costs $2.99.
Sock Puppet


 A video creator with sock puppet characters, students can lip sync their own videos. Only for iPhone and iPad and free.