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Elementary iPads English Language Arts

Elementary iPad Cart
Page 2- English Language Arts


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 Link to the Technology Site
Safari

 This is the internet browser for the iPad.
 Dictionary

Access to a dictionary and thesaurus
 iPod

This is where all downloaded information from iTunesU is stored.
 iBooks

19 Full Length books


Pocket Phonics

-Letter Sounds
-Letter Writing Practice
-First 170 words
 Analogies 4 Kids

In this app, we present analogy questions of different types. Levels have been carefully chosen.
 Jack and the Beanstalk

Experience Jack and the Beanstalk like never before in this wonderfully illustrated storybook, featuring over 30 pages of interactivity which your child will enjoy.
Monkey Preschool Lunchbox 

Lunchbox is a collection of six exciting educational games for your preschooler
 (ages 2 to 5).
 
Forest Friends

✎ An eBook that your child can read along
✎ Animation (like a movie) that kids can watch
✎ Friends menu to introduce the animals
✎ A piano with cute animal characters on each key
✎ Coloring pads of our characters for your child to freely color and decorate

Green Eggs and Ham


"Would you eat them in a box? Would you eat them with a fox?"

New features only available in this eBook include professional narration, background audio and digital artwork for each scene.

 Super Why!

Your child can play along with each of the four main characters from the TV series: Alpha Pig, Princess Presto, Wonder Red, and, of course, Super Why, while practicing the alphabet, rhyming, spelling, writing and reading.
 
BrainPOP

A New Movie EVERY Day!

Our topics cover Science, Math, Social Studies, English, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Music, and Health - everything from Carnivorous Plants to Abraham Lincoln! All movies are captioned, making it easy to read along.
 
Who Am I?

“Who Am I?”: A small rabbit is searching for his identity, and seeking help from all different kinds of animals to find the answer to his question..

 
ICDL

The International Children's Digital Library (ICDL) brings a worldwide collection of free children's books to the iPad. The largest collection of its kind, the ICDL spans the globe with thousands of children's books from over 60 countries, in a wide assortment of beautiful languages with captivating illustrations.
 
Garfield's Online Safety

In addition to the story that unfolds, an interactive "Try" and "Apply" section are included to help users gain insight to safe surfing. Try your hand at using the Internet safely and Apply your knowledge to keep your personal information safe.
 
World Atlas

Unlike other map applications, the National Geographic World Atlas HD utilizes our highest resolution, press-ready images, providing you the same rich detail, accuracy, and artistic beauty found in our award-winning wall maps and bound atlases.
 
The Tortoise and the Hare

Hare, the big show off, is ready to race onto your iPad.  Touch and thrill your kids with his epic race for glory against poor old Tortoise


Story Buddy


StoryBuddy is an amazing way to create and read stories with the power of multi-touch on the iPad. Draw directly on the iPad's screen with your finger and create a picture book page by page. Flip through your book with a swipe or a tap, and share with your friends and family. You can even save your story into iBooks for a future read.
 
Doodle Buddy

Finger paint with thousands of colors and drop in playful stamps.

Milly and Molly and the Tree Hut

You will be amazed at how these wonderful children's stories come to life with QBook. Children love being able to run their fingers over the text to hear the story and touch any word to hear it said or spelt. They will happily spend hours coloring in the book and they can record themselves as well.