have an iPhone, iTouch, or iPad at home? These devices can be used as
wonderful learning tools. Below are just a few of my recommended
applications. They are fun,
engaging, and best of all... they help us learn!
Your child will be receiving a username and password to login to iRead. We also use this app during our Daily 5 time. It is a great program the district provides for all K-2 students to work on all aspects of reading. It is individualized for them and moves along to the next level when they are ready, or repeats a level if they need additional practice.
This a great app that helps with reading and writing Dolch sight words.
This app is set up exactly like Word Bingo, but helps practice math facts.
Cimo Spelling Sound it Out
This app helps with spelling by sounding out words. There is also a LITE version that is free.
In this app, use the letters given to build words. There is also a LITE version that is free.
$1.99This is an Everyday Math game we play to help us with number sense.
Free Math Apps for Kids
First Grade Math Magic
10 Frame Fill
Math Apps for Kids (less than $2)
iMath 10 Maker ($0.99)
Math Workout and Exercise ($0.99)
Skip Counting, HAVOC ($0.99)
Missing Numbers ($1.99)
Monkey Math ($1.99) ArithmeticRek ($0.99)
This app is a little pricey but provides a great variety of books your child can read, or read along with, on a tablet. We use this at school for Daily 5 time as well. It's a great motivator to encourage reading at home.
This helps us with handwriting. There is also a LITE version that is free.
Teach Me First Grade
Howie Hungry Monster (Build Words)
This app helps with word building. There is also a LITE version that is free.
Math Games Addition and Subtraction
This app helps with math fact practice.
An Everyday Math game we play often to help us with our addition facts.