4 Interesting Educational iPad Apps Free Today

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November 5, 2016
In this week’s Apps Gone free series we are sharing with four excellent education apps to use with your students for a variety of educational purposes. Some of the things you can do with these apps include : convert your pictures into awesome canvas paintings, easily create visual to-do lists, tasks and reminders; provide kids with a collection of amazing interactive games and learning activities based on the popular teaching methods of Montessori and Shchida; develop kids mathematical skills through a series of engaging games and activities.

1- Artprint - Personalized Canvas Christmas Gift

‘Transforms your photo into various artistic canvas paintings and receive it at your doorstep! Use the app to transform photo of memorable moment (couple, children, pet, building and scenery) into drawing. Get it printed by us and hang it as decor at your home. All could be done easily with few tap.’

2- Cuecard - Visual To-Do List, Tasks and Reminders

‘Cuecard is the fastest and easiest way to remember your tasks - simple, fun and way more effective than text based reminders! To remember your task, simply choose one of the beautifully crafted built-in Cues as a visual reminder.’

3- A Parcel of Courage book for kids with puzzles

"A Parcel of Courage" is a highly interactive graphic book app for preschoolers, filled with robust learning activities and unique educational games based on two proven teaching methods: Montessori method and Shichida method. Many interactive activities within the heartwarming story are paired to reinforce the storyline so that kids can better comprehend the content and improve their spatial orientation, listening skills, and visual-motor skills.’

4- Division Flashcard Match Games for Kids

‘Building math skills and learning to divide has never been more fun and intuitive! With "Show Me" and "Peek" features, play comes easy even for young learners.This app adheres to Common Core Standards for third grade math and was designed by parents and teachers.’

Source: Apps Gone Free