Quizlet.live allows teachers to create customized flash cards with text, images and audio, as well as share with and borrow from other users.
Class dojo is an excellent classroom management platform. It allows communication between parents and teacher and allows pupils’ behaviour to be tracked. Pupils can also have their own class dojo access (Student Story-eportfolio).
Perfect for children learning English vocabulary, fun to play.
Quiver uses 3D augmented reality to bring 2D colouring page to life.
Puppet Pals allows pupils to create their own own animations. Firstly pupils chose a background and virtual puppets, next they record their animation as they move characters around the stage.
Comic Life allows pupils to create their own comics using their own images or web sourced images. There are a variety of visually appealing templates available to the user and the comic can be saved, printed, emailed and exported to a blog or wiki.
Adobe Slate is a free video making app which comes with a range of themes, images and sound. The app allows you to use your own voice and images but the font is limited to the theme you choose.
Socrative is a Cloud-based student response system, an App which allows simple quiz creation and enables teachers to collect data from their students via mobile devices.
Kahoot is a game-based classroom response system and a fun educational platform. Through quizzing teachers can use it in every subject and any topic for fun formative assessment or presentation of content.
This is my favourite app for revision of time. Telling Time is a very versatile app which allows the user or teacher to select which analog clocks are being assessed. The interface is clear and easy for students to manage on their own. Teachers can add their own voice.