Apps to use in my   Pre-k Classroom.

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Apps to use in my   Pre-k Classroom. by Mind Map: Apps to use in my   Pre-k Classroom.

1. Math

1.1. Shapes Learn SHAPES and more with fun games, quizzes, flashcards and puzzles.

1.2. Tiny Hands Sorting *** Fun educational game for toddlers of age 2.5 and up *** SORT AND CLASSIFY by shape, color, seasons, vehicles, animals and much more *** Developed with certified child psychologists ***15 beautiful mini-game *** Ascending difficulty level

2. Assessment

2.1. Vizzle he VizZle Player(TM) is a kid-friendly environment that allows educators and parents to launch interactive instructional lessons for children who learn best from visually supported materials (e.g. children with autism, in early education, or typical children with a visual learning style).

2.2. i am-READY Pre-K Assess and Learn FOR EDUCATORS. This app was designed to make the informal assessment process for 3 to 5 year olds faster and easier. Not only that, the children in your class can complete their skill assessments in a fun and engaging way. The app covers all of the developmental areas using mostly interactive activities that any child 3 to 5 will enjoy. Adult supervision is required.

3. Reading

3.1. Kids Academy Montessori math, reading and educational puzzles for toddlers by Kids Academy

3.2. The Cat in the Hat Read & Learn The best-selling, classic book "The Cat in the Hat" comes to life with Playful Interactivity, Delightful Animations and Learning Activities!

4. Other Tools

4.1. Decide Now Sometimes in our life there seems to be no choice or ... just so many of them, that it's hard to decide. Decide Now! will help you to quickly choose your next step in different situations and give you entertaining ideas on different occasions.!/id383718755?mt=8

4.2. Timer Set multiple timers and stopwatches at once! Time by the second, minute or hour. Runs in the background so you’re free to use other apps. Includes a Today extension and iPad multitasking support. “One of the most useful apps.” – Pocketable

5. Writing

5.1. LetterSchool Play to learn how to write all letters of the alphabet: abc - xyz and the numbers 1-10 with LetterSchool

5.2. Little Writer The Tracing App for Kids

6. Fun

6.1. YouTube Kids  The official YouTube Kids app is designed for curious little minds to dive into a world of discovery, learning and entertainment. This is a delightfully simple (and free!) app, where kids can discover videos, channels and playlists they love.

6.2. Kids Doodle "Kids Doodle" is a pretty easy-to-use painting application that is designed specifically for little kids to enjoy doodle freely on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It supports more than 10 brushes, such as glow/neon brush, rainbow brush, crayon brush, oil brush, etc. The brush size and color is randomly adjusted to let kids entertained all the time.

7. Behavior and Communication

7.1. Proloquo2Go Proloquo2Go is an award-winning symbol-supported communication app providing a voice to over 150,000 individuals who cannot speak. It is designed to promote growth of communication skills and foster language development through research-based vocabularies.

7.2. Working4 Everybody likes a visual reinforcement system. Using this app, you can let someone know what he’s working for, how much work he needs to do, and how close he is to earning a reward for that work. You can use this for lessons in school, chores at home, getting your children to eat their vegetables, and much more

7.3. Class Dojo ClassDojo helps teachers build a positive classroom culture by encouraging students and communicating with parents.ClassDojo is free for everyone, and K-12 teachers, parents, students, and school leaders in over 180 countries have joined. It works on all devices, like iPhones, iPads, tablets, phones, and smartboards.