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Mobile Apps により Mind Map: Mobile Apps

1. ELA

1.1. VocabularySpellingCity is a fun way to learn spelling and vocabulary words by playing engaging games using any word list. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/spellingcity/id538407602?mt=8

1.2. BrainPop: Watch an animated movie every day, then test your new knowledge with an interactive quiz.  This app has videos and quizzes for every subject but, I use it more for ELA than any other topic.  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/brainpop-featured-movie/id364894352?mt=8

1.3. Accelerated Reader: Make essential reading practice more effective for every student by personalizing reading practice to each student’s current level, managing all reading activities including read to, read with, and read independently, assessing students’ reading with four types of quizzes: Reading Practice, Vocabulary Practice, Literacy Skills, and Textbook Quizzes.  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/accelerated-reader/id440734561?mt=8

2. Social Studies

2.1. Stack the States :  A fun and interactive way for students to learn the states' locations and capitols.  The states come to life as little characters to make learning fun!  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/stack-the-states/id381342267?mt=8

2.2. The Presidency: an excellent educational app for easy access to historical information regarding the 44 United States Presidents. Designed as a reference for Elementary and Middle School students The American Presidency provides the following information on each president: birth & death dates, political party affiliations, years served in office, official presidential portrait, official WhiteHouse.gov history describing the contributions of the president.   https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-presidency/id370072846?mt=8

2.3. Early Jamestown – This is an interactive textbook exploration of the early days of the Jamestown settlement and the state of Virginia. Embedded videos chronicle the beginnings of the Jamestown Settlement, the first permanent English colony in North America.  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/early-jamestown/id395229194?mt=8

3. Science

3.1. Star Walk: This app uses your device's sensors and location data to present you with an augmented view of the sky. All you need to do is point your device skyward, and Star Walk will display a matching view of constellations, planets and other celestial bodies that you can view, updated in real time. Users can tap on planets and other notable objects to view more details or check out the Time Machine feature to view the starscape at a past or future date. A Night Mode allows you to to stargaze without burning out your night vision. It's a great app to have along on a clear night or when out camping.  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vitotechnology.StarWalk2Free&hl=en

3.2. Project Noah: This app teaches physical science and biology concepts, civic responsibility and journalism. Students can contribute to this crowd sourced nature journal of flora and fauna simply by taking pictures of the world around them. You and your class can also join group or global missions  to gain information for particular research goals. One of the best parts of this app is the “active user community,” which gives your students a great forum to talk science with professionals and novices around the world.   https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/project-noah/id417339475?mt=8&ls=1

3.3. Bobo Explores Light:  an app that takes fundamental scientific concepts for school-age children and injects them with humor, astonishment and whimsy. Over 100 pages of engaging, interactive content, 21 in-depth topics such as lasers, lightning, and bioluminescence, friendly robot companion Bobo, interactive 3D holograms, hands-on experiments and fully-functional gadgets, dozens of supplementary videos, articles, animations and trivia.  http://sciencenetlinks.com/tools/bobo-explores-light-app/

4. Math

4.1. Math Cards ! !                                                                            A great way to learn and practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Customize your own problem sets to focus on your needs. Set the top numbers and bottom numbers for each operator.  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/math-cards-!-!/id463193339?mt=8

4.2. Math Bingo: The object of Math Bingo is to get a pattern of five Bingo Bugs in a row by correctly answering math problems. Math problems are presented at the top of the game screen. Feedback is presented at the bottom of the game screen. Correct solutions to problems answered incorrectly will be displayed. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/math-bingo/id371338715?mt=8

4.3. Motion Math: Hungry Fish: Feed your fish and play with numbers.  Practice mental addition and subtraction. This is a learning game that's fun for children and grownups.  You can get all the levels of this game, plus student progress data.  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/motion-math-hungry-fish/id483049169?mt=8