## iPad Apps

These are some of my favorite apps for the iPad.

**Math**

Math Mountains: Add & Subtract and Math Mountains: Multiply & Divide

These apps teach students number sense by showing the relationship between operations and fact families. (I'm biased. These are my apps.)

These apps teach students number sense by showing the relationship between operations and fact families. (I'm biased. These are my apps.)

Motion Math: Pizza!

One of my favorites. Great for problem solving, multiplication, and addition.

One of my favorites. Great for problem solving, multiplication, and addition.

Sumaze! and Sumaze! 2

Students have to use their math skills to solve problems. Whole numbers, decimals, fractions, integers.

Students have to use their math skills to solve problems. Whole numbers, decimals, fractions, integers.

Dragonbox Algebra 5+ and Dragonbox Algebra 12+

Teaches students algebraic concepts. Engaging. Interesting. Unique.

Teaches students algebraic concepts. Engaging. Interesting. Unique.

**Coding**

Lightbot: Hour of Code and Lightbot: Progamming Puzzles and Lightbot Jr: Coding Puzzles for Ages 4+

There are a LOT of coding apps available in the app store. I really like these because of the interface and programming fundamentals that students develop.

There are a LOT of coding apps available in the app store. I really like these because of the interface and programming fundamentals that students develop.

**Content Creation**

Adobe Spark

Create animated slideshows/videos. Very easy to use. I love the ability to record audio for each individual slide.

Create animated slideshows/videos. Very easy to use. I love the ability to record audio for each individual slide.

**Other**

Spelling Star

Perfect for practicing for spelling tests. (Another one of my apps!)

Perfect for practicing for spelling tests. (Another one of my apps!)