Tablets, iPads, and Apps, Oh My! Today there is an app for everything; manage tasks, edit photos, pay bills, and gather coupons. While working with students who have ADHD, Dyslexia, Anxiety and Executive Function concerns, I have found several excellent apps that help them stay organized and focused.
Check out the top five apps that every student needs to stay organized and focused:
- Sure you can use a traditional planner to write down assignments but why not add some novelty to your agenda? Check out the myHomework app to use on any smartphone or tablet. Using this app, students can enter assignments, due dates, and even receive alerts to remind them when assignments are due.
- Does your child forget assignments at home? Has he ever lost his flash drive and can’t complete an assignment. Sign up for a free Dropbox account and say goodbye to the disappearing digital documents.
- Does your child need some tools to track thoughts and emotions? Try the Momento app. This app is a digital journal
- Brain breaks are an excellent way to provide opportunities for short breaks from academic work to rejuvenate and refocus the brain. Here are a few apps that are great when kids need a break: Zentomino, Where’s My Water, and Optical Illusions. These apps can be found in iTunes.
- Backpack? “Check”. Lunch? “Check”. Planner? “Check”. Use the To-Do Lists, found in the iTunes store, to prevent the morning mayhem. Students or parents can create any checklist needed to assist with daily routines.
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