Today's Good Free App of the Day is a really impressive app for kids that comes with three different ezines about animals and other topics regarding nature...and it's not a we-give-you-three-free-and-you-have-to-buy-the-rest deal as there are no in-app purchases or ads. I presume there will be new issues released for free as well but I couldn't confirm that anywhere.
The pages of each ezine are beautiful and include videos, audio, and text that can be read by the child or by the app with the touch of a button. Really nice and advanced stuff for a free app. This is a must download and, because it is so interactive and includes the read-to-me functionality, the app can be used by preschoolers through much older kids.
It also has smallest description for a really good/deep app ever.
National Geographic Explorer is a robust classroom resource that connects students to the world. It supports common core science and language arts standards. Highly interactive content with videos, audio, photos, and leveled text gives students an authentic learning experience that engages while it teaches.
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Here are the rules for the Good Free App of the Day.
1) Rather than just post a list with links of free apps (some of which may not be very good) we're going to find one free app each day, make sure it's worth downloading, and post the info.
2) The app has to have some substance as free. In other words, it can't be a few seconds of play and then require an in-app purchase.
3) My kids or I have to like it.
4) It can't have ads all over it.