Apps for parents of preschoolers and teachers as school begins

Aug 31, 2009
Educational

Even if your preschooler isn’t ready for a long day in a classroom, parents can use the iPhone or iPod Touch to turn a little education into a playful game. For teachers, however, the app landscape is a lot less useful. Games to teach basic skills If you have young children, you’ll want something to […]

Even if your preschooler isn’t ready for a long day in a classroom, parents can use the iPhone or iPod Touch to turn a little education into a playful game. For teachers, however, the app landscape is a lot less useful.

Games to teach basic skills

If you have young children, you’ll want something to keep them occupied during a long car trip or wait at the doctor’s office. iGrade, (99 cents) which simply calculates a student’s test score based upon two inputs: number of quiz questions and number of questions answered incorrectly. The iGrade app spits out the calculated answer as a percentage. Again, this is something your iPhone’s calculator does easily, so an app seems unnecessary.

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Mark Smithivas

Mark Smithivas is an independent wireless and mobile analyst, gadget enthusiast and proud parent of two rugrats. He'd rather text you than call, and is still on the lookout for the perfect drive-thru app.

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