February 6th, 2013 was Digital Learning Day (something I just found out about this morning). You may be a day late when it comes to Digital Learning Day but you won’t be a dollar short because McGraw-Hill has made a number of their paid apps available for free in the iTunes store. These apps normally cost around $2.99 each.
Little Red Riding Hood
Why the Sea is Salty
Country Mouse and City Mouse
Jack and the Beanstalk
Little Red Hen
Top It – Addition
Beat the Computer
Sail Through Math
Grammar Wonderland (Primary)
Grammar Wonderland (Elementary)
American History Timeline
I don’t know when this deal will end. I read that the apps would go back to normal pricing after Februaury 6th, 2013 so it could happen any day now so don’t delay. If you miss this deal, many of these apps also have a lite version with limited functionality or content that you can download an upgrade top the full version if it suits your needs. Happy downloading!
When we purchase our gadgets, environmental impact is usually the last thing on our minds (if at all). We usually start thinking about those kinds of things when it’s time to dispose of an old device.
Despite having an arsenic- and lead-free display, the iPad is still considered by some to be an environmental demon. Check out some of the stats in the infographic below.
Do you consider the environmental impact of an electronic device before you purchase it? Should you? Leave a comment below.
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Your kids will discover something new every day. Being a connected parent, you make think, “Not this again!” They’re experiencing it for the first time. Share in their excitement so they will continue to explore, ask questions, and learn!