Feature app

Book Creator

A true 'must have' - Book Creator drives creativity and literacy right across the curriculum.Great opportunities to share, discuss and evaluate in class.

Check it out on the App Store

Primary apps

Apps, apps apps. We get a lot of questions about apps! A lot of those questions are around getting a very specific app for a very specific part of the curriculum, but there is a better way – think about creativity first and content second. Follow our simple guide below to get the best apps for the Primary Curriculum:

Step 1 – Get the core apps

These ‘core apps’ are the must haves for every single iPad – the cover productivity, creativity and workflow. So, these are entirely cross curriculum and can be built into all aspects and areas of teaching. They are also the apps that we use in all of our sessions – so if you are training with us, you’ll need them all.

Download the core apps list >>

Step 2 – Get some specific apps

These ‘drill and practice’ apps are great for re-enforcement, practice, extension activities and lots in between. Check out our Numeracy, Literacy , Programming and SpLD lists by clicking the links below

Numeracy | Literacy | SpLD | Programming   | Topic  apps

Step 3 – Build them in

Download our simple example topic grid – we’ve listed one topic, Primary 1 – 7 , and given you some ideas as to how some of the above apps can be used in class.

Download the topic grid >>

Step 4 – Explore the app store

We’ve listed a few great apps below – new apps come out all the time that are great – keep an eye on our twitter feed and app of the month section – or sign up to our tips and tricks menu.

But remember the best source of apps and lesson ideas – your colleagues. Sharing good practice with fellow teachers is always the best source of information. If you are stuck – drop us an email – hello@iteach-uk.com.

In the meantime, check out our Wonderful apps list for some fantastic topic related apps

Download topic app list >>

Comments are closed.