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Best iPad Educational Game Apps for the Classroom
 

Best iPad Educational Game Apps for the Classroom

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Fourth List in the series, featuring my favorite Education Game iPad Apps for the Classroom or at home! Enjoy.

Fourth List in the series, featuring my favorite Education Game iPad Apps for the Classroom or at home! Enjoy.

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    Best iPad Educational Game Apps for the Classroom Best iPad Educational Game Apps for the Classroom Presentation Transcript

    • Authored by Karina D. Barley – M.Ed To learn more please visit www.projectautismusa.com www.digitallearningtree.com
    • This is the fourth list I have created in this series, featuring my favorite Educational Game apps for your iPad. Enjoy!
    •  Please note the prices are subject to change  If you click on each app icon it will take you to the App’s page on the iTunes App Store  A lot of the apps are available for Android through the Google Play Store. Please visit https://play.google.com/store/apps to find out more!
    • ABC Games - $4.99 –(Elementary) Teaches the alphabet, easy to use. Abby Games $2.49 - (Elementary) Matching pictures, bingo, find me & animatch.
    • Blocks $2.49 - (Elementary) Lego type application. Backgammon $2.49 – (All Ages) Traditional strategy game.
    • Board Game Club - Chess, Backgammon, Checkers, Reversi, Connect 4 & Ludo - $1.99 (All Ages) Excellent value if you want all your games in one spot. Chess - Free - Chess Game (All Ages) Can play with another, or against the computer. Simple and easy to use.
    • Connect 4 - $0.99 (All Ages) Classic game of connect four, where you have to match your color in a line to win. Counting Dots 0.99c – (Elementary and Early Years) Dot to Dot – Counting to make pictures.
    • Dino Match - Free – (Elementary) The classic memory game with colorful, hand-drawn dinosaur cards. Dominoes $1.99 (Elementary) Matching numbers, strategy.
    • Fish School HD $2.49 – (Elementary) Counting, letter, number, color & shape recognition. Go Go Kiddo $2.99 – (Elementary) Play, create, and learn with Go Go Kiddo's unique blend of games and activities. Children can enjoy exciting letter and number tracing games, express themselves through art and music, watch cartoons with social and emotional lessons, and enjoy endless giggles and laughs! It is very good value for the price.
    • Little Things $2.49 – (Elementary) Hide and find game. Ludo – Free – (All Ages) Great for counting, strategy, numeracy.
    • Monkey PreSchool Lunchbox & Monkey Math School Sunshine $1.99 Each – (Elementary) Puzzles, color & shape recognition, counting, matching. These are extremely fun apps.
    • Monkey Word School Adventure $1.99 – (Elementary) Join Monkey and his jungle friends as they explore a fun-filled world of letters, sight words, phonics and spelling. Seamless game flow and behind-the- scenes performance adjustment allow your child to jump right in and begin playing and learning. And check out the other Money World Apps at https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/thup-games/id328205878
    • Mr P’s School $3.99 – (Elementary) Counting, letter, number, color & shape recognition; also has quizzes. PreSchool Memory Match - Free - (Elementary) Matching game with great graphics and sounds.
    • Snakes and Ladders Board Game 0.99c – (Elementary) Counting, strategy, math game. Toca Tea Party $2.99 – (Early Years) Strategy, taking turns, imaginative play, creativity, develops thinking skills. Set the table, choose your favorite cookies and cakes, serve the tea and you’re good to go! Simply eat and drink with your finger! With Toca Tea Party, you can play together with your kids in a way that stimulates their imagination. Go to www.tocaboca.com and check out any of their apps. They are really simple, but great for younger students.
    • Traffic Lights $2.99 – (Early Years) Strategy, taking turns. Similar to the game Mastermind, the Traffic Lights game is a great way to give students an understanding of place value at the same time as helping them to develop logical thinking.
    • There are more of my favorite apps lists to come! I have over 400 apps on my iPad and Android tablets and will continue to share my reviews with you. These apps can be used in the classroom or just at home. To learn more please visit www.projectautismusa.com www.digitallearningtree.com