Mobile Apps Mind Map

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Mobile Apps Mind Map by Mind Map: Mobile Apps Mind Map

1. Math

1.1. Hundred Board-a Montessori Approach to Math


1.1.2. Practicing skip counting to 100. Also counting by odds and evens.

1.2. Talking Calculator


1.2.2. Large, bright, colorful buttons.  Can be adjusted for different contrasting colors.  Capability for speech for answers and VoiceOver tool available.

1.3. Virtual Manipulatives


1.3.2. Virtual Fraction bars.  Includes pictures that can be measured.  Also has blank page that loaded with pictures or bars and can be written on with stylus or finger.

1.4. Math Evolve:  A Fun Math Game for Kids


1.4.2. Math remediation provided through interactive games.  Targets basic math facts.

2. Reinforcers

2.1. Funny Forest Family


2.1.2. Educational interactive story game about animals, birds and nature.  Includes activities to build logic.

2.2. Train Conductor 2:  USA


2.2.2. Students keep trains moving on the tracks while solving problems along the way.  Boosts problem-solving skills.

2.3. Doodle Jump


2.3.2. Puzzle game that builds fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination by navigating through puzzles.

3. Reading

3.1. Homer


3.1.2. Early phonics app.  For early decoding skills, speech production and language

3.2. Question Builder


3.2.2. Builds comprehension and inferencing skills.  Designed for students with special needs; especially Autism.

3.3. Speech with Milo:  Sequencing


3.3.2. One in a seres of Speech apps.  specifically builds sequencing skills through storytelling and sequencing cards.

3.4. Word Bingo


3.4.2. Sight Word Bingo.  Includes additional games for spelling and word identification.  Individual Student progress can be tracked.

4. Writing

4.1. Alphabet Organizer


4.1.2. Organizes words and ideas into a graphic organizer by alphabetic order

4.1.3. app

4.2. Book Creator


4.2.2. Create books ranging from picture books to chapter books.

4.3. iWriteWords


4.3.2. Tracing and writing letters and numbers using a dot-to-dot practicing pattern