Mobile devices such as tablets and cellphones are useful for more than gameplay. Apps are available for download (with parental permission) to help with schoolwork. For instance, books you read for school can be downloaded using Kindle or iBook, so you won’t have to bring your books back and forth, and you can easily catch up on your reading or even get ahead at home.
Do you play a musical instrument? Smart Music, tinyurl.com/zgu6qbw, is an interactive practice app that makes practicing your band or string instrument a blast. For a small yearly subscription fee, hours of practice will fly by with this innovative resource.
MegaPro Calculator 5000, bestappsforkids.com/2016/megapro-calculator-5000, teaches addition and subtraction using visualizations in a fun way.
Spelling can be time-consuming to study. Vocabulary Spelling City, spellingcity.com, makes it fun, with games and teaching tools to get you ready for your weekly tests. Upload your own word lists and choose from a variety of learning options that can be played on a tablet or desktop computer. Check out more reviews at Best Apps for Kids, bestappsforkids.com.
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