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High School Apps

Here is a list of apps for High School


Our second Halloween app list is all about books. We have some old favorites from last year, like Vlad’s Vampire Bats, and newcomers, Frankie for Kids. Included are some classics from Oceanhouse Media, like What Was I Scared Of? by Dr. Seuss and a Halloween themed book from the Berenstain Bears.

This week as part of our back to School month, we’re featuring apps that support Language Arts both inside and out of the classroom. So whether your child is working on mastering tracing letters (Pre-K Letters and Numbers Pro for Teachers) or need inspiration for writing projects (Shake-a-Phrase: Fun With Words and Sentences) – there …

Welcome to the world of LEGO brand- a world filled with imagination and learning. These apps just scratch the surface, but they represent some of the best of the best for children both younger and older.   What’s Here: Lego Scooby-Doo Escape from Haunted Isle Lego Duplo Animals The Lego Batman Movie Game Stop Motion …

This app appears to be all positives and almost no negatives. It is easy to use, entertaining, educational, and allows for creative expression in all age groups.

For some of us Presidents Day is just another random vacation / shopping day. But that could also be that I’m not American – so what better way to brush up on my American history than downloading a couple of Presidents Day apps. A personal favorite is Presidents vs. Aliens by Dan Russell-Pinson (developer of …

GeoPop Global Challenge is a reasonably priced, challenging world geography app for ages 9+, but falls behind some of the other geography apps that we’ve reviewed.