Last year, I wrote “What’s on my iPad?“, a list of all the apps on my iPad. It’s been almost a year, and I need to get a new list published. It appears below.
There are many additional online resources out there for iPads used in education and libraries:
- iPad Resources list, compiled by Erin Klein
- 103 Interesting Ways to Use the iPad in a Classroom [More from the Interesting Ways series]
- Teach with Your iPad (includes videos, lists of Apps)
- Blooms’ Taxonomy and iPad Apps
- iPads in Schools LiveBinder
- Preparing Your School for an
People find out I have an iPad, and always ask me what’s on it. It’s always awkward trying to show & explain all the apps that are on it, while at the same time choose my favorites (which is near impossible). To help quickly answer that question, I’m putting out a list of what’s on my iPad. Any favorites will be marked by an asterisk. If possible, I’ll also mark today’s price for these apps. But for the sake of the length of this post, I will not explain what each app is or what is does. Maybe in a future More >
I’ve been getting requests from people since April about the iPad apps I’d recommend/like/use on a semi-regular basis. This list is somewhat targeted at librarians, but I use mine in so many ways, some of my personal usage apps come into play, so anyone can utilize this list.
Here’s the complete list. I’ve organized it by different types of apps and also identified prices of apps if there’s a cost involved & included this icon: . The prices are good as of today, but may change. Finally, throughout the list, I’ve identified my top ten favorite apps.
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A friend of mine is spending a few days with his 3-year-old granddaughter in another state. He has a new iPad and asked me to put together a list of recommended iPad eBooks and eBook apps for kids for her. I have several on my iPad my niece (20 months) and nephew (almost 4!) absolutely love to read when I’m with them (although my niece loves to push the home button; child proof button lock needed!).
Unfortunately, I haven’t had a lot of luck finding free eBooks for kids (young kids, that is). I’ve found a few here and More >