One of our members in the Teacher Learning Community recommended the Christmas Tale mobile app as a fun way to help students learn in the holiday season. This interactive storybook has an enhanced reading experience perfect for little learners. Each page is filled with colorful images and engaging audio for them to listen to in class or on their own time.
With a Christmas Tale, students can work on their geometry skills by putting together a Christmas jigsaw puzzle or improve their comprehension skills with an auto play that reads the story to them. This Christmas mobile app is wonderful as a self-learning activity or extra-credit assignment.
This got us to thinking about what other options were available for you to use in your classroom. Below are some of our favorite holiday mobile apps, so go ahead and try them out with your students, or suggest ones of your own to share in the Comments section below.
Holiday Mobile Apps To Use In The Classroom
This mobile app helps celebrate the days leading up to Christmas. It is also filled with Christmas music to spread the tunes of joy around.
You’ll find this app in iTunes. It’s useful for either beginning bakers or experts looking for new ideas.
Take geography to a whole new level by adding this app to your students’ assignments. The kids can track Santa and learn a new place on the map at the same time.
With this app you can celebrate Hanukkah wherever you are. The app also includes Hanukkah prayers in English and Hebrew, traditional songs, and lightning instructions.
This app is great for exploring other cultural holidays. Kwanzaa honors African heritage in African-American culture and is observed from December 26 to January 1.
We hope you have fun with these holiday mobile apps for your classroom. You get some bonus goodwill this time of year if you share them with your teacher friends.