Apps for Elementary School

Here are iPad and iPhone apps that can be used in primary school.

ipad in elementary school

All Subjects/General:

  • Keynote – A slideshow presentation program
  • Pages– A word processing program
  • Numbers – A spreadsheet application
  • iBooks – a ereader book store
  • iMovie – Make beautiful HD movies anywhere with iMovie, the fast and fun moviemaking app for iPhone, iPod touch, and the iPad 2 and above
  • iStudiez Pro – calendar and assignment planner
  • Mobile Mouse – Mobile Mouse instantly transforms your iPad into a wireless mouse and trackpad for your computer
  • Professor Garfield Cyberbullying – Garfield and Friends share information about Cyberbullying
  • Sundry Notes Pro – Sundry Notes is the first social note taking application. Write, draw, record and research right within the app – and then share your notes with others.Take notes right within your application, including: Write text (and change font color, size, etc.), draw anywhere in your notes, search Wikipedia, Google, and Google Books – and grab images from them for your notes using two fingers, Import PDFs from the internet, Import images from your photo library, record sound/voice, Change page background to graph paper, lined paper, legal paper, etc.
  • Blackboard Presenter – Turns iPad into a blackboard presenter using the VGA dongle. Mirrors iPad screen to the projector
  • Little Artist HD – Little Artist is a super easy to use finger painting app for kids of all ages !!

Language Arts:

Alphabet Fun Learning the A-B-Cs was never like this. Alphabet Fun makes the most of Multi-Touch technology on iPad to teach kids letters, numbers, and colors. They’ll swipe through colorful images and easy-to-read text. They’ll trace over letters with their fingers right on the iPad display. They’ll even write entire words. Kids think it’s a game. Parents think it’s educational. Everybody wins. (DESCRIPTION VIA APPLE) and – The free app delivers trusted reference content from and, including nearly 1,000,000 words and definitions and 90,000 synonyms and antonyms. No Internet connection is needed. The app also features audio pronunciations, similarly spelled words and’s popular Word of the Day that is enjoyed by millions of people. (DESCRIPTION VIA APPLE)

Wikipanion – Accessing Wikipedia has never been faster and easier than with Wikipanion, designed for easy, search, navigation and display of Wikipedia entries. Streamline your browsing with history grouped by visit date, and bookmarking that not only bookmarks individual entries, but individual sections within an entry. (DESCRIPTION VIA APPLE)

Miss Spell’s Class is an original word game that lets players test their spelling skills against the most commonly misspelled words on Players must quickly decide whether each of 20 words is spelled correctly or incorrectly, as speed and accuracy count to get to the top of the class! (DESCRIPTION VIA APPLE)

Read Me Stories – A new talking picture book EVERY DAY teaches your child new concepts, new words and how to say them. Your child can practice reading – anywhere, anytime – while you’re driving, shopping in the grocery store, or having a quick coffee at your favorite cafe. Our books are fun and entertaining – so your child will look forward to reading their new book, every day! Imagine that – your child reading a new book everyday! You can spend quality time with your child while teaching them the core skills of reading and speaking that are so necessary for every child in today’s modern world. Bedtime reading will become something extra-special. Or, you can have a break while your child practices reading. With our books in your pocket, that can be when and where it fits into your day. (DESCRIPTION VIA APPLE)

  • ABC Phonics Word Sight
  • Dr. Suess’s ABC – The beloved classic “Dr. Seuss’s ABC” is now available for your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch
  • Word Magic – Teaches young children how to read and recognize letters
  • Animated Rhymes 3 – This App contain 2 Rhymes (1) Pussy Cat (2)The Dog Says Bow, Wow
  • Toontastic – Create your own stories on line using the story arch and our animated artwork
  • Toontastic All Access – Gives you over 150 new characters and backgrounds for Toontastic
  • Book Creator – Create your own iBooks right on the iPad. (Allows everything except video)
  • Popplet – Popplet is a platform for your ideas. Popplet’s super simple interface allows you to move at the speed of your thoughts
  • Reading Trainer – This app teaches you how to train your eyes and brain to read and comprehend text faster. Think of it as exercise for your reading skills
  • Super Why – Help your child achieve the Power to Read with this collection Lof four SUPER WHY interactive games
  • StarFall – The “ABCs” section of’s well-loved website
  • SpellBoard – Monday, we get our weekly words. Wednesday, we have our pre-quiz and Friday is the spelling test
  • Story Wheel – Story Wheel” is an educational game that improves your child’s cognitive abilities
  • Shakespeare in Bits – This is the Free Lite edition of Shakespeare In Bits: Romeo & Juliet
  • Preposition Builder – PrepositionBuilder™ is designed to help elementary aged children learn the correct use of prepositions and learn how prepositions can change the meaning of a sentence
  • Conversation Builder – ConversationBuilder™ (Patent Pending) is a Conversation Simulator designed to help elementary aged children learn how to have multi-exchange conversations with their peers in a variety of social settings
  • Language Builder – Language Builder is designed to help children accomplish the following educational goals: 1) Improve sentence ideation ; 2) Improve sentence formation; and 3) Improve receptive and expressive language
  • Question Builder – Question Builder is designed to help elementary aged children learn to answer abstract questions and create responses based on inference.
  • Sentence Builder – Sentence Builder is designed to help elementary aged children learn how to build grammatically correct sentences
  • Story Builder – Story Builder is designed to help children accomplish the following goals: 1) Improve paragraph formation; 2) Improve integration of ideas; and 3) Improve higher level abstractions by inference
  • Inspiration – Inspiration Maps brings visual thinking and learning to the iPad
  • Bluster – Bluster is a fun and simple vocabulary building game.
  • Language Adventures Quiz Game Show – As kids compete on a fun TV game show, they master tons of important language skills
  • StoryPress – You can fill your StoryPress Library with storybooks that inspire you in different ways: a collection of family stories, or even an audio diary. Make StoryPress interactive: create guided interviews directed by you, with the spoken anecdotes contributed by a mentor, a friend, or a family member, near or far

Books (not in the iBooks App)


Math Fact Master: Addition, Subtraction,... app icon
Math Fact Master: Addition, Subtraction,… Math Fact Master helps kids master arithmetic!

Math Magic – Don’t you just love how much your child has improved in adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing? You never get tired of hearing, “Can I do math?” from your six year old, do you? Of course you don’t. (DESCRIPTION VIA APPLE)

ArithmeTick – How fast can you add and multiply? Solve math problems against the clock! ArithmeTick is a challenging math game where you solve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems! The objective in ArithmeTick is to solve as many problems as possible before time runs out. You are awarded up to 10 points and additional time for each correct answer. A practice mode is also included to help sharpen your math skills! With five difficulty levels, ArithmeTick is perfect for kids and adults!

  • MathBoard – MathBoard is a stunning app for teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems
  • MATHsKOOL 1 – MATHsKOOL 1 contains twelve activities designed to develop numeracy skills
  • Free Graphic Calculator – With the highest number of available mathematical functions, you will be able to solve almost every mathematical problem you can imagine!
  • Ruler – Use your finger to drag the marker across the screen. Actual dimensions will be instantly displayed!
  • Math Quizzer – Math Quizzer is an interactive and fun way to, not only learn, but also to boost your skills in; Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division!
  • Ace Kids Math Games – Easily teaches kids how to Count, Add, and Subtract VISUALLY using fun animations with a prize reward system for completing each level
  • Math Bingo – The object of Math BINGO is to get a pattern of five BINGO Bugs in a row by correctly answering math problems
  • iFactor Quadratics – this is a simple application that will factor quadratic equations
  • eSolver HD – eSolver HD enables you to solve quadratic equations in a very simple way
  • Math Flash Cards – Math Flash Cards is a fun to use math drill application that looks and works just like the old paper flash cards
  • Numerate: Count, Add and Subtract – Learn how to recognize numbers (1-20) and explore simple addition and subtraction with interactive calculations
  • MakeChange – Practice counting change and doing addition problems
  • Equation – a very fast and easy tool to solve Quadratic Equations!
  • Pizza Fractions – In chef’s pizzeria your child masters the concept of naming simple fractions using pizza picture examples
  • Counting Money – Great app to practice making money
  • Operation Math – Designed for children ages 5 to 12, Operation Math teaches basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division through interactive game play that turns boring tables into a global adventure
  • Math Blaster Hyperblast – Cadet, hop on your HyperCycle and discover the intergalactic adventure that adds up to total fun! Outsmart the alien robots, blast through the razor sharp blockades and speed past the stars on this mega-math adventure. The universe is counting on you do you have what it takes to complete the mission?
  • AB Math – Stimulate your brain with an addictive mental calculation game!
  • Math Quiz Show Game – Kids develop math skills as they compete as contestants on a TV game show! Available for grades 1-3 or 4-6


Star Walk is a winner of APPLE DESIGN AWARDS 2010 for technical excellence, innovation, superior technology adoption, high performance, and outstanding design! Star Walk is installed for demonstration on iPads at Apple Stores! Try it out in the shops! Enjoy NEW Picture of the Day and Bookmarks sections, share your astronomy observations via Facebook and Twitter! iPhone best astronomy app *Featured by Apple – Best Apps of 2009!* is now available for iPad! On a bigger screen starry night sky looks fantastic with 3D graphics and one of the user-friendliest interfaces ever. Star Walk is your personal planetarium that can answer to all your curiosities about the sky! For anyone who is interested in stargazing, amateurs or professionals Star Walk makes discovering more than 9,000 stars, planets, constellations, messiers as beautiful and easy as it has never been before! (DESCRIPTION VIA APPLE)

VideoScience – Science Class Experiments brought to you by Science House and featuring Science Teacher Dan Menelly, winner of the NSF Einstein Fellowship in Cyberinfrastructure! These videos are 2 to 3 minutes in length and demonstrate the steps of simple science experiments. The experiments are designed to inspire and excite kids of all ages, with very little set-up time and using only low cost materials. So whether you are a public school teacher, private school teacher, or home school teacher; we hope you use these videos and the many more on our website to ignite the scientific passion in your kids. (DESCRIPTION VIA APPLE)

  • 3D Sun – lets you carry a virtual window onto today’s sun, right in your pocket
  • Star Walk HD – Star Walk enables you to point your iPad at the sky and see what stars, constellations, and satellites you are looking at in real-time
  • 3D Brain – Discover how each brain region functions, what happens when it is injured, and how it is involved in mental illness
  • iSign3D –  Introducing an innovative application for learning the American Sign Language alphabet for the iPad
  • Nova Elements – With “NOVA Elements,” explore an interactive periodic table, play a game hosted by David Pogue, or watch the two-hour NOVA program, “Hunting the Elements.”
  • HTS Periodic Table Pop Quiz – The Periodic Table Pop Quiz will exercise your brain by testing your knowledge of names, symbols, atomic number, period, and group for each element on the Periodic Table
  • Stars – Stars is a light application that displays the 88 constellations in the sky
  • Bobo Explores Light – Hold a fully functional science museum in the palm of your hand!
  • Molecules – Molecules is an application for viewing three-dimensional renderings of molecules and manipulating them using your fingers
  • SolarWalk – This 3D Solar System model enables you to navigate through space and time, observe all the planets in close-up, learn their trajectories, inner structure, history of their exploration, points of interest and more
  • NASA VIZ – This is the NASA Visualization Explorer, the coolest way to get stories about advanced space-based research delivered right to your iPad

Social Studies

National Geographic’s World Atlas HD – Designed specifically for the iPad, National Geographic’s World Atlas HD puts our best maps in the palm of your hand. Unlike other map applications, the National Geographic World Atlas HD utilizes our highest resolution, press-ready images, providing you the same rich detail, accuracy, and artistic beauty found in our award-winning wall maps and bound atlases. The app is preloaded with 3 different styles of world maps, down to country-level detail. With an internet connection, you can continue zooming through continent-level maps to detailed Bing maps – close enough to see your home! (DESCRIPTION VIA APPLE)

  • Geo Play 2
  • The Presidency
  • Stack the States – Stack the States makes learning about the 50 states fun
  • Early Jamestown – Victory Productions presents an interactive textbook exploration of the early days of the Jamestown settlement and the state of Virginia
  • Era of Dino Lite – Here you will find descriptions of more than 330 dinosaurs and some information about the time periods of the Mesozoic era

54 thoughts on “Apps for Elementary School

  1. Wowowow, Outstanding, I would love to have this program in my school to inspire my students to read and comprehend the elements of literacy. Each child has a different level and they could increases their own potential by the use of the iPad program. How can I find a federal proposal to back up our school in Puerto Rico.

  2. I am the Instructional Technology Coach at our school. So far we have been able to secure 10 iPads with grant money. I have show teachers how they might use it demonstrate there lessons using this medium. I believe that mobility is the wave of the future and we as educators have to adapt to the ride.

  3. I am an intern at a new IPad software development company. We are just getting started, and currently have four apps out for download and one more coming out soon. The are all education games, so far we have two games geared towards English/Chinese vocabulary building, and two for math. The games are designed teach kids by repetition, adding new challenges as you progress through the game.

    Math Ninja: for kids 6-12. They can practice math-at the most basic using simple addition and subtraction, all the way up to more complex problem solving. The questions can be answered either by selecting correct answers or eliminating wrong ones. It can be used as a teaching tool or as review.
    Kitty Work: for kids 2-12. This game can be used for a variety of purposes. It can be used as a vocabulary builder for English speakers–spelling, word recognition, vocabulary, or it can be used at as and ESL teaching tool or to begin learning Chinese, whichever the child needs. The player travels through an imaginary world and is challenged to use the appropriate words in each new scene.
    The other part of our games that is unique to Kitty Pad is the Parent Dashboard, which is still under development and will be built into our games and can be accessed online via our website ( The Parent Dashboard allows parents to monitor how long their children are using IPad applications and which applications are being used (educational or otherwise).
    The Lite versions of these applications are available for free download!

  4. I am looking for a good Spanish Language app for 3-5th graders. The ones I have found are either too technical or too primary. Any suggestions?

  5. A new education game for the iPhone and iPad was recently released called “Story Wheel”. It is an interactive game that helps kids build their imagination as they create new stories. Players spin the story wheel and land on an image, they then have 30 seconds to record a portion of a story that is built upon by the other players. At the end of the game, you can play back your story while you enjoy the beautifully animated images.

    Best of all, it is free and available on the app store.

  6. Thanks for all the great suggestions for aps. We’ve just purchased 24 iPads for our school and I’m responsible to train. If there are any excellent literacy aps available for grades 3-5, please post them.

  7. For anyone doing Readers or Writers Workshop, the Confer app is a must for teachers. It not only is a time-saver, but also a way to be more responsive in a timely way to the differentiated needs of learners. If you want to know how it works, there are great youtube demos available.

  8. The iPad is a fantastic tool for the classroom. We are using iPads in our 3rd grade with a foam holder that makes the ipad like part of the desk. Kids use it hands free and it changes the focus to be more about the lesson. The company donated 15 to the 3rd grade class.

  9. My grand son is one and a half and can operate his mother’s iphone perfectly to the point he can call me, he just can’t talk yet. I think we maybe overlooking the real advantage of these devices. The primary benefit for children is to teach them how to learn fast. Learning fast is the most natural addictive drug. Even the “parent hated” war games turn out brilliant minds that don’t go to war. Programs should be consistent, humorous, rewarding, interactive, and exploration oriented. This is a huge educational opportunity and could lead to a much lessor time to receive and education, saving the govt a lot of money in education, and providing many more brilliant minds. It is also just what the ADD mind needs, that no human can keep up .

    David Reynard

  10. Hi Michael,

    I came across your blog and appreciate your enthusiasm for the iPad as an educational tool! My name is Marissa Gloria, I’m an educational psychologist and Co-Founder of TRTL BOT. We design eco-friendly, BPA Free, family-friendly Apple accessories. I’m writing you today because my husband and I created an iPad 2 case that is perfect for students and educators. Our case is designed to be durable and has a built in retractable home button protector. With the Home Button Protector, students remain engaged in the app instructed, ultimately transforming the iPad from a recreational device into an educational tool.

    We were recently featured in where Patrick Black, a special education teacher states that “power of the home button (protector) is overwhelming…this feature continues to be useful in a special education setting”

    This is a true passion project of ours and we are raising funds through to bring our iPad 2 case into reality. Please check it out at:

    My husband and I would sincerely appreciate it if you could donate and share this project with your friends and colleagues. We believe your readers will love our new iPad 2 case!

    Looking forward to hearing from you!

    Marissa Gloria

    • If I would like to purchase just one case for my personal computer to use in class, how much would 1 case cost? Our school district has been hit w/ budget cuts and I’m having to bring personal computers to school.


  11. Hi,

    We at Boreaal think the enclosed information can make a real difference in children’s education, and we hope you will agree. Thank you for your time and attention, and please don’t hesitate to contact us for further information.

    Best regards,

    Mr. Ton Baan, director
    Boreaal Publishers
    the Netherlands

    Game Beats Parents and Teachers at Handwriting Instruction

    The season of letters to Santa once again highlights the deficits in handwriting education. A small Dutch publisher has created a solution for this large social issue: LetterSchool, an educational app that competes with advanced games.

    Watch LetterSchool on YouTube:

    Alkmaar, the Netherlands ( December 6, 2011—Boreaal Publishers thinks it’s high time for a new approach to handwriting instruction. The need for one is high; in the United States and other Western countries, handwriting quality is deteriorating. Boreaal says that LetterSchool, the educational game it released yesterday, can provide better instruction than parents or teachers.

    In LetterSchool children between 4 and 6 learn all about letters and numbers: writing, counting, phonics and more. It is a universal application for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The makers have invested heavily into high-quality graphics, effects and animations at a level not easily found in educational apps for this age group. Young children work magic as they write letters and numbers with sparkling candy, squealing tires, cuddly animals, whistling trains and humming lawn mowers. The wide variety of games captures the child’s attention and keeps young players practicing their letters and numbers, over and over again. At home, at school, in the car and everywhere else, children can learn at a comfortable level and at their own pace.

    In the app, young children practice each letter or number in four steps combining different learning approaches. They first play every letter and number in the silver level, then play them again in the gold level with greater challenge. To put their acquired skills to the test, players write their very own letters in the final free-form writing game. This extensive practice on two distinct levels ensures children’s letter knowledge takes permanent root. LetterSchool makes exclusive use of visual information to demonstrate the letters: American studies indicate that visual clues are easier for a young child’s brain to process than verbal instructions. And visual interaction is exactly where mobile devices are very well suited for.

    At home, parents rarely know how they can best help their children learn to write. At school, overfull curricula leave little room for handwriting lessons. Moreover, those lessons often make less than optimal use of the available time. There are several reasons for this. Many schools consider handwriting skills a lesser subject. In studies, many teachers indicate that they received poor handwriting instruction themselves. The quality of LetterSchool’s instruction is constant and independent of the person, place and time. These are a few reasons why LetterSchool provides better handwriting instruction than parents and teachers.

    About the creators:
    Boreaal Publishers and formed a select team of specialists for the LetterSchool project. The contributors have decades of combined experience in education, publishing, software development and computer graphics.

    You can install the free lite version, which will allow you to reach the gold level and test-drive the free-form writing game more quickly.

    Boreaal Publishers
    Mr. Ton Baan, Director

    LetterSchool website:
    iTunes, LetterSchool:
    iTunes, LetterSchool Lite:
    YouTube movie:
    Boreaal Publishers:

  12. Hello!
    I am an elementary teacher, ell teacher, and preschool teacher. I am also the reading specialist at our school.

    I am wondering where and how I can go to find information on how to write a grant for ipads.

    Thank you!

  13. I am starting a pilot program in my school for teachers to use an iPad for formatvie assessment collection. I spend a great deal of time researching best apps for students to use, but am struggling to find apps for formative assessment collection on the teacher’s side. Also, here is the kicker…….we don’t have wifi, so our use is limited. Any thoughts, or leads to a resource that can help me?

    • Hello Jen M –
      I’m a Pittsburgh, PA company that has been taking teacher effectiveness forms or teacher observation/walk thru forms and duplicating them as an iPad application for schools. In addition, we manufacture student planners and we are looking forward to launching our digital planner. We’re looking for some beta partners to help us develop the planner. Please feel free to reach out to me if any of this is of interest to your school.
      Stephanie Squibb/Squibb-It!

      • Hi Jen! I deeply recommend Nearpod, it’s an app that synchronizes content shared in class. You can add activites to it and control the slides. You should actually see it for yourself 🙂
        I’ve been using it for weeks and it’s awesome. I leave you the link:

        good luck!

    • I recommend Explain Everything.
      This app does not require wifi and its applications are endless.
      I teach grade 2 and I’ve been able to use it as a formative and summative assessment tool for math, literacy and our Units of Inquiry. Also it has been effective for teacher, peer and self assessment and feedback.

  14. My son, a recent CS graduate, has developed an iPad and iPhone app called Timed Test Arcade. A local primary school did a 30 days pilot where 3rd and 4th grade students took one 100 problem timed test each day. Student accuracy improved by over 40% and speed of answering the problems improved by over 25%. The students were motived to use the app both at school and at home as they were rewarded with 2 gaming tokens for each 100 problem timed test taken. The teacher loved the app as she could see the students progress each day without manually grading each test or subjecting her students to grading each others paper. This is a great app and it works great in helping students gain proficiency in their math facts. Check it out a. Thanks!

  15. Hello! Our elementary school just received iPads for all second and fifth grade classrooms plus one Kindergarten room. We are trying to figure out apps now. I am helping research for geography for the fifth grade classes and would appreciate any suggestions. In specific we are looking for an atlas (in addition to Google maps) that has the additional features:

    * Maps that go from simple to complex (continents to detail)
    * Include information about the country (flags, photos etc.–not just maps)
    * Can plot latitude and longitude
    * Can access information online, but will also run offline.
    * One atlas I saw allowed you to print maps. That might be useful.
    * I am sure there are other features that I haven’t even thought of or am aware of.

    I have also had difficulty finding specific social studies apps for our grade level. We study ancient North and South American cultures (Anasazi, Mound Builders, Inuit, Aztec, Inca, Maya). We also study European Exploration. I have found some resources through iTunes U, but they were not appropriate for our grade level.

    Any help would be very much appreciated! Thanks in advance.

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  17. I am recruiting participants for my senior study on the benefits of the iPad for elementary instruction.

    Provided is a link to my survey

    I would appreciate it if if you could take a minute to complete my brief demographic survey. I will contact you to set up an interview to talk about how you use iPads in your class room. Thank you for your time!

  18. Our school rolled out 1:1 iPads for G2-5 this school year.

    Our context for the use of iPads has been that they are a tool, like paper, pencils, books, laptops, scissors etc, for learning. As teachers we must use the iPads for learning and understanding.

    With few exceptions, apps need to be use for generating and creating. This concept relates to blooms taxonomy and children working at higher levels of thinking.

    An example of this is the use of the app Explain Everything being used for students to solve a math problem and explain their working as they go. Teacher and student can then view their work and evaluate and assess HOW they got their answers. Students can also view the thinking of others in the class by watching how they completed the problem, listening to their explanation. This has proven to be a rich way of learning providing deeper insights into student learning and understanding than a student score in a math app. Another benefit of this approach is that the work can be loaded to Vimeo and a link emailed to parents, siblings, friends (anyone with an email address) from class. We now have students as young as 7 sending and receiving emails, generating and loading content, self and peer assessing and learning and sharing new strategies to solve problems.

    To our school we view this as relevant and real life learning.

  19. Good quality picture books are important apps on the iPad.
    Have a look at ‘My Mom’s the Best’ for ages 3+ featured in best apps for kids dummies book 2013. Easier to find on our website than iTunes. Happy give out some codes. Great discussion.

  20. I’m the founder of Spinlight Studio. We have a growing catalog of educational apps including AlphaTots, TallyTots, Operation Math and Geography Drive. Please take a look at when considering educational apps for your school. We’re trying hard to make a positive contribution to this exciting tech revolution.

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    I welcome any direct contact from educators at or 217-351-6700.
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