Best Educational Tools of 2014
Today we’re bringing you a recap of the best educational tools we’ve brought you throughout the last year. As a part of our Best of 2014 series, we aim to provide your family with some valuable tips and tools related to technology, and look forward to doing more of the same in 2015.
When it comes to apps for students, there are literally thousands of educational options out there. But what about apps for homeschooling moms and dads? We set out to find the best apps for homeschooling parents to help their days run smoothly. Read More
A paper calendar on the kitchen bulletin board has its charm. But it’s not always with you, it doesn’t have an alarm to remind you where you need to be, and if plans change, it doesn’t automatically alert the entire family. Read More
Whether you are looking for product reviews for cameras, catching up on your quantum mechanics, or just want to spark some curiosity in your youngster’s mind there is a YouTube channel that can fulfill that need. Read More
From keeping track of class schedules, to note-taking, studying, and time management, these apps can help students of all ages head back to school organized and prepared for the year ahead, whether they’re in traditional school, online school, or homeschool. Read More
For on-the-go families, it might seem overwhelming to coordinate school, work, after-school activities, childcare, sports, and other obligations. Luckily, there are some great apps and tools that can help keep it simple. Read More
Did you know children’s classical literature is available for free on a web site? Dr. Doolittle, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Velveteen Rabbit, and hundreds more are available to the public as free downloads via Project Gutenberg. Read More
This has been a great year for new educational technologies, and the Learning Liftoff team has covered some of the best available. Be sure to check out all of our posts about technology and tools, and comment below with any recommendations for your favorite tools of the past year.
Scott Holm is a contributing writer for Learning Liftoff. Scott has more than 14 years of experience managing websites and publishing web content. As a tech-enthusiast, Scott enjoys writing about science and technology. Born and raised in the Portland, Oregon area, Scott is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys all kinds of outdoor activities, including hiking, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and summiting some of the tallest peaks in the Pacific Northwest. Scott is married to his high school sweetheart, Jennifer, and has two loving kids, a dog (Nemo), and a cat (Gizmo).