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Five apps for storytelling, astronomy, and museum art


This round-up ensures you won’t miss any of our weekly highlighted apps

september-appEach week, we feature a new App of the Week on our website and in our newsletters. These apps are for students or educators and offer a range of uses.

But one thing is certain: educators and students are using apps now more than ever.

Here’s a round-up of the apps we’ve featured over the past month. Check back each Monday for a new App of the Week. And don’t worry–if you miss one, you can find a summary of recent apps at the end of each month.

(Next page: Five apps featured in September)
1. Get interactive with museum art

Name: NGAkids Art Zone
What is it? This app contains eight new hands-on activities inspired by works in the National Gallery of Art collection.
Best for: Students ages 9-11
Price: Free

 

2. Explore the solar system

Name: Planets
What is it? 3D guide to the solar system for aspiring astronomers
Best for: Students and teachers
Price: Free

 

3. Create stories with Curious George

Name: Curious Me
What is it? Curious About Me is an interactive story-building app that celebrates your child’s imagination and individuality. With the help of you and everyone’s favorite monkey, Curious George, your child will be delighted to become the star of his or her very own story.
Best for: Children ages 5 and under
Price: $2.99

 

4. Stay in the loop

Name: SchoolCircle
What is it? SchoolCircle is a new survival tool for busy parents, teachers and room parents. It eliminates much of the “busywork” that teachers and room parents deal with in order to communicate with parents, and organize events and volunteers.
Best for: Parents and educators
Price: Free

 

5. Interactive whiteboards for everyone

Name: Conojo
What is it? Conojo is an innovative drawing tool that makes it easier to share ideas, images, notes, and any other visual manifestation you can think of.
Best for: Students and teachers
Price: $2.99

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