Writing is a complex process that includes everything from handwriting skill to sentence construction to planning and drafting a story. Spectrum writing grade 4 pdf’ve found apps that help young children along all of the steps of the writing process, including the final stages — publishing and sharing your writing with others. See also our list of apps for multimedia composition.
Quotable Quotes: The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go. Students have the options of practicing single letters — upper case or lower case, whole words, sentences, and numbers. Parents can also create word sets. Each letter of each word set is presented to the child to pracitce in order.
While a stylus is not required to use this app, using one will allow a child to practice using a pen to write in cursive. Kids create an account then choose to create a page with a list of words. The list is stored in what looks like a drawer that opens and closes on the calendar-style wall of letters. To create a page with images, students enter a word, a description, and an image, and save it. The completed alphabet organizers can be printed as individual word pages or as charts with notes. These documents are saved as PDFs and can be emailed, printed, or saved to the app. Simple app lets kids craft their own books to read or share.
Hailed as a Schoolhouse Rock for the 21st Century, Grammaropolis uses the parts of speech as animated characters whose personalities are based on the roles they play in the sentence. From the shady pronoun always trying to take the noun’s place to the motherly conjunction who just wants everyone to get along, Grammaropolis achieves the seemingly impossible: we make learning grammar fun! Students can work from preset groups of letters or you can enter groups for them to use. Letters are shown one at a time with a demonstration. Once the letter is traced correctly, the next letter is shown. At the end of the sequence the results are shown as handwriting to give a great sense of achievement. They can create diagrams, maps, organizers, brainstorms, and text outlines.
Outlines can be converted to maps, and maps can be converted to outlines. The Lite version, which is free, lets kids create up to five mind maps with no sharing options. It helps if kids already know how to count and read numbers up to 10 in order to play this game. Users can create stories from scratch or can add a specific kid into stories already included in the template, which is especially helpful for kids on the autism spectrum who may need to see themselves encountering situations, such as a visit to the dentist, in storybook form before encountering the situation in real life. Kids Writing Pad Lite is a basic large-lined writing pad useful for practicing numbers and letters. It has a middle dotted line between two solid lines like most primary school paper so children can practice having the appropriate parts of the letters or numbers in the right areas. Children can also choose the color of their pencil, use an eraser, or touch the big eraser to erase the entire page.