Educational Apps & Website Reviews

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 Social media: what parents need to know about popular apps September 2016

Social media: what parents need to know about popular apps

Discussing apps like Instagram, Snapchat and Kik

Local teacher develops math apps September 2016

Local teacher develops math apps

New apps help students with trigonometry, exponents and more

Teens recommend educational apps July 2016

Teens recommend educational apps

Two Montreal teenagers share their top picks for apps that are fun and help with school work

New app puts history of Old Port at your fingertips June 2016

New app puts history of Old Port at your fingertips

Get to know the city's rich and colourful history with the help of your smartphone

Free program helps improve literacy skills May 2016

Free program helps improve literacy skills

ABC Life Literacy Canada, a non-profit organization, has developed a program that helps improve literacy skills.

Love hockey but hate math? There’s an app for that! February 2016

Love hockey but hate math? There’s an app for that!

Hockey Scholar is a game created in partnership with the NHL and its players’ association that takes math concepts and applies them to hockey using various activities.

New app makes learning French fun January 2016

New app makes learning French fun

Francomobile was created with kids 7 to 12 in mind and has 40 videos spread across eight modules based on various themes

App makes cooking with kids fun and easy January 2016

App makes cooking with kids fun and easy

SideChef is an award-winning app that offers interactive, step-by-step directions using video, photos and text

Video game about potato growing aims to harvest change December 2015

Video game about potato growing aims to harvest change

I Love Potatoes, a new adventure game backed by the National Film Board of Canada, is trying to teach kids ages 9 to 12 about social innovation and a sustainable environment in a fun and quirky way.

Card game highlights role of women in science October 2015

Card game highlights role of women in science

Luana games was created by a Laval husband and wife who wanted to bring more visibility to women scientists who never gained due recognition

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