Must Have Back To School Apps For Students

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During back to school season, not only do your kids need to have the right back to school clothes, right books and book bags this year, but these Must Have Back To School Apps For Students are a new addition to the supply list!  While not every student has access to a smart phone or tablet, those that do will benefit from these handy apps that will keep them on track and improve their study habits this year.  If you are worried about your kids spending too much time on their phone or tablet, these are great apps that are parent and educator approved.  Some of these are free, others may have a small fee, but all are tested and approved by the experts.

MUST HAVE BACK TO SCHOOL APPS FOR STUDENTS

iHomework:  This is a great app for your middle school and high school students with a varied schedule.  Also great for college students and even mom and dad.  It allows you to keep track of all of your assignments in one easy app location.  Best part?  The ease of setting reminders that help you to stay on track and know when items are due to be turned in.

Any.Do:  This app is similar to iHomework with the ability to track all of your assignments, schedules and obligations.  It’s not only great for students, but tons of parents will find it useful in their daily life as well.  If you need a bit more organization in your schedule this is the app for you.

STOPit:  This is one of our favorite back to school apps that helps students learn more about bullying and easily be able to report cyberbullying as they see it happening.  This is a must for all students, and a great safety tool to prevent further bullying attacks.

Scrbd:  If you have teens or college students needing books and information for research papers this year – you can’t go wrong with the app Scrbd.  A huge lilbrary of books and resources for just about any topic you could cover at the touch of your fingers.  This one is a great resource to have, especially for the older students.

Kahn Academy:  This awesome free review app is perfect for the mathematician or the student who struggles in math.  Tons of free reviews, worksheets and curriculum at the touch of your fingers for review and explanation.  This is one of the best and most widely used apps for students you will find in the marketplace.

My Grades & Homework:  This app is a great tool for those who have been struggling and want to stay on top of their grades.  Being able to track their grades and see what areas need improvement helps parents and students alike know what changes to make.

gFlash + Flashcards & Tests:  This app is a great tool for review.  Students can quickly and easily download or create their own custom flashcards and reviews according to their classes.  It’s a great way to review for tests, quizzes and midterm exams.

This year help your student excel by downloading these great must have back to school apps for students to their phone or tablet.  Not all apps are bad for our kids.  These are great tools that are sure to help them succeed in class this year and finish off the school year with a higher GPA and retained knowledge.

What are your favorite back to school apps for students? Tell us in the comments!

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19 thoughts on “Must Have Back To School Apps For Students”

  1. These are interesting apps. I will have to check these out. I think the kids might need the iHomework app.

  2. This list of back to school apps for students is totally amazing. The g-Flash and Flashcards & Tests sounds like an awesome app for sure. Thanks for sharing.

  3. This is a good selection of apps for those who have kids! I really like the one that educates kids about bullying. It really is a problem.

  4. Fi Ní Neachtáin

    I had no idea all these apps were available for students. There seems to be an app for absolutely everything these days! Thanks for sharing the list.

  5. I like the my grades and homework app. That’s a cool one when the kids say they want more electronics time. 🙂

  6. Omg a list of apps that I’ve seriously never heard of a single one lol… I’m an app junkie so I will have to check some of these out!

  7. This is a good list of resources. Our oldest is starting a much more rigorous academic schedule this fall, so we can use some help staying on top of due dates. Eliminating Sunday night panic (oh my god, it’s due tomorrow! why didn’t you tell me tomorrow is October!?) would be a-mazing!

  8. Some of these do sound like they would help keep students organized and not let them forget important assignments until the last second! Back when (in the dark ages) I used to do that all the time!

  9. These are some great apps for students. Back when I was in college (it seems so long ago even though it was only a little under 2 years ago,) I would use iHomework and I really loved it!

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