Looking for free resources to help your students prepare for the S.A.T?
Here are a few great resources I stubbled upon:
1. “Reading Comprehension Grades K-1″ (For iPad)
2. “K12 Timed Reading Practice Lite” (For iPhone and iPod)
3. K12 Reader (Printable)
4. Comprehension Sheets (Printable)
5. More Comprehension Sheets (Printable)
6. Reading Comprehension Game (Online Only)
App Name: “Marble Math” and “Marble Math Junior”
Perfect for: Students ages 5+
Available for: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Marble Math concepts include: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, factoring, decimails, negative integers, counting money
Marble Math Junior concepts include: addition, subtraction, multiplication, ordering, comparing numbers, fractions, shapes, telling time, counting money
Kids practice by rollling or dragging a marble through a various mazes to complete problems while avoiding obstacles along the way. They can unlock new marbles and bonuses. Teachers can customize the setting to target specific needs of students.
Perfect for: Students (Grades 1-5)
Available for: iPhones, iPod Touch, iPads
Kids can complete in speed races for the highest score. Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with 4 difficulties and several levels. Includes 3 grame modes: single player, multiplayer and infinite run.
Perfect For: Managing Student Behavior
- Students can create customized avatars.
- Teachers can create targeted positive and negative behaviors.
- Teachers praise students with coins each time a positive behavior is noticed. (Coins can also be taken away with negative behavior.)
- Students can redeem new articles of clothing and hair for their avatar with the coins earned. *Perfect for older students*
- Students receive an automated username and password for login but can be edited
- Teachers and Students can access Math Games (grades 1-6) based on Common Core Standards
- While teachers can check on student progress on math games, kids can gain additional coins for mastering standards
- No Reading Games Currently
- No Parental Log in available
Sokikom has a similar classroom behavior management software as Class Dojo, which I have mentioned about in the past. Each are great softwares for their own unique reasons. Which one suits you best?