I did not create this list, it was sent to me by a friend/fellow teacher. Huge shout out to I Can Help for creating such an amazing list of resources!!!
Laura Smith founded Flyleaf Publishing in 1998 with a mission to create fine-art illustrated, authentic, and engaging decodable literature to help students and teachers bridge the gap between phonetic decoding and fluent independent reading. Since that time, Flyleaf has published over 80 titles that are supplemented by evidence-based instructional materials that help students read better and teachers teach better. They also offer a lot of free online resources.
Prodigy is one of my students and my personal children's favorite games. It is also very helpful for data collection. It looks a little like a wizard video game. You can have it as a free program or you can buy a membership to have more options.
These programs help to make your iPad or iPhone even more interactive. They have so many games available and I love all of them! My students and children have so much fun with them. The apps are free but the game pieces and stand are around $30 for individual games or they do have sets. The sets are usually your best deal. Target and Amazon also carry them.
The Smart Steps Mobile app provides step-by-step guidance for everyday issues by using decision trees. It is made up of a series of multiple choice screens, or as one button at a time for steps in a routine. The free download has several preloaded decision trees, but you can also edit and create your own for $5.99/month.
Schools: Write content that walks students through new procedures such as enrollment.
Educators: Outline steps for a math strategy or science project, including multiple choice screens to include various scenarios.
Counselors and Support Staff: Help students manage stress by providing a list of tools and resources.
Parents: Build decision trees for your child’s unique stressors such as a late ride or a lost item.