Saturday, March 15, 2014

Seven McGraw-Hill apps FREE for Literacy Month - Limited Time

Did you know that March is Literacy Month? All the wonderful folks at McGraw-Hill are offering their literacy and reading apps for FREE for the month! We have a list of seven apps which are now free, as well as two always free apps -- a $16 value! So grab up these great and educational apps before April 1st when the cost goes back up to full price.



** Please note: Some of these apps have in-app purchases, but they can easily be disabled in the settings of your device. There are also ads and social network links in some of these apps.
Only the app's developer can control when an app is free or not. All apps that we post as free are verified to be free at the time of this post. We make no guarantees otherwise.**

Screen Shot 2013-04-15 at 6.36.49 AMGrammar Wonderland (Primary)
iPad only - $2.99 to FREE

Fly, swim, feed, and toss your way to grammar mastery. Who knew grammar practice could be so much fun? Lead your character through many wonderful adventures as you practice using nouns, verbs, adjectives, and more!


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Screen Shot 2013-04-15 at 6.57.08 AMGrammar Wonderland (Elementary)
iPad only - $2.99 to FREE

Fly, swim, feed, and toss your way to grammar mastery. Who knew grammar practice could be so much fun?  Lead your character through many wonderful adventures as you practice using nouns, verbs, adjectives, and more!


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Country Mouse and City Mouse
iPad only - $1.99 to FREE

Country Mouse and City Mouse may live in very different worlds, but through the pages in this book, they still become friends. And with this interactive ebook, your child can join in the fun as the mice explore each world together.

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Little Red Riding Hood from McGraw-Hill Education
iPad only - $1.99 to FREE

This interactive story offers children ages 3-8 an opportunity to experience the classic tale like never before. Your child can hear the story, read the story, and become part of the action.

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Screen Shot 2014-03-13 at 6.53.54 PM Why the Sea Is Salty
iPad only - $1.99 to FREE

So, why is the sea salty? In this engaging folktale, your child will learn of one culture’s idea of how the sea became salty, giving you an opportunity to discuss the science around the oceans and seas. Your child can listen to the story and experience the action on every page.

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Screen Shot 2014-03-13 at 7.01.21 PM Jack and the Beanstalk from McGraw-Hill Education
iPad only - $1.99 to FREE

Everyone knows the story of Jack and the magic beans, right? Not like in this retelling of the classic fairy tale. Selling the beans, climbing the beanstalk, hiding from the giant; it is all there, and your child will be the one helping Jack in this interactive ebook adventure!

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Screen Shot 2014-03-13 at 7.03.22 PM Little Red Hen Interactive Reader
iPad only - $1.99 to FREE

The classic fable is retold like your child, aged 3-8, has never experienced it before. In this retelling, your child not only hears the story of the industrious hen and learns about the value of hard work, but becomes a part of the action.

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K-12 eFlashcards
iPhone/iPad x2 - FREE

McGraw-Hill’s eFlashcard app gives you a quick and easy way to study your key vocabulary terms for a variety of titles. The cards allow you to study the key terms from each chapter in the textbooks. You can start with terms or with definitions. It even keeps track of which ones you mark as correct or missed so that you can keep trying until you get it.



Bluster!
iPad Only - FREE  
Contains in-app purchases for additional words

This word matching game develops vocabulary and word understanding for school-aged children or anyone brave enough to battle the elements. Shine bright in single-player mode as you learn and practice important word skills. Match rhyming words, prefixes and suffixes, synonyms, homophones, adjectives, and more.



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Rachel H loves when her kids ask if they can read her their bedtime stories



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