At school, I do more than just try out new apps. I promise! Even though it probably doesn't seem that way with each passing week of this linky. I couldn't help, but want to share a few more apps with you this week.
During center rotations on Fridays try to incorporate review over the topic from the week and review for the basic operations. Part of specific learning disabilities is the fact that material has to be worked with and reviewed often for it to "stick" so that's what we do.
The last month or so, I've started downloading and incorporating some new free apps into my center rotations. Zombie Math, Sushi Monster, & Wings.
|The "world" (background) changes depending on which operation your using|
|You can see that this student had a correct answer from the human running off to the side.|
Sushi Monster is an app that only works on addition and multiplication. You have to pick plates that equal the number that the monster is wearing around it's neck. You need to feed the monster to keep him happy. There are several levels of difficulty, and the monster in the middle changes with each level of difficulty too.
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