Monday, July 22, 2013

App Review Sites and Resources for the Elementary Classroom

The start of the school year is quickly approaching.

Each time I walk into Target or Walmart, I am greeted with aisles and aisles of school supplies. Clean binders, notebooks, sharp crayons, and more. Dare I even mention the Papermate Flair pens?

Oh, my heart be still!

I find it a little embarrassing to admit that I was totally the kid begging to get my school supplies on the fifth of July every year. I would spend hours rearranging them and organizing my pencil box until it was JUST so. My crayons were organized into an elaborate color scheme- and, yes, I showed flagrant disregard for supply lists and purchased the box with the sharpener. I was always a rebel ;)

The way that I felt about school supplies as a kid is the way that I feel about apps as an adult. I have spent hours pouring over websites, blogs, and review sites searching for the perfect apps to add to my iPads when the little darlings come back in August.

I put together a quick list of my favorite app review sites and resources. Be sure to stop by my blog and check it out:

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