As I write this, there are tens of thousands of people in Houston’s shelters. Some of my homeschool friends have lost everything while some are displaced. I had a conversation with a mom today who is in crisis mode and not able to homeschool normally. Some days are like that. Weeks are like that too. Maybe there isn’t a crisis, some days mom just need a break. These apps will help!
For days you can’t homeschool but want educational options for your kids: technology is your friend. There are so many apps out there… and many are for younger kids. I tried to find a list for our older kids. Here are some educational apps to help when homeschooling isn’t normal.
Reading and Writing Apps
Storykit or story creator – Create your own storybooks
Vocabulary/SpellingCity – Input vocabulary or spelling lists (or search for already created lists) and play games or use flashcards to study words.
Reading Comprehension – Fifth Grade Reading Comprehension
Romeo and Juliette – Fun way to learn Shakespeare!
5 dice – Learn the order of opperations
Zap Zap math and Zap Zap Fractions – Instructional
Spatial Line Puzzles – brain teaser puzzles
Algebra 5+ (for ages 5 and up)
Fraction Basics (Instructional)
Action Graphing – Physics Graphing Game
My World of Atoms – Periodic Table
Motion Body – Anatomy
Professor Astro Cat’s Solar System – Space and the Solar System
Apps for Multiple or Miscellaneous Subjects
ck 12 – Reading, Math, Science… more informative rather than entertaining.
Duolingo – Learn a foreign Language
Quizlet – Flashcard and quiz system
Blimp Code – learn to code
Coding Adventure – learn to code
Disclaimer: I have not played some of these apps. If you find one that does not work or is not fun, please leave a review on the app website. Be sure to read my disclosure policy.
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