Learning apps to stop summer slide: high school
7 fun, educational apps teens can slot in between part-time jobs and fully-packed social calendars to keep learning alive.
By Sonali Morris
Works on: iPad.
Journaling is a great way to keep teens writing all summer long. For those loathe to pick up a pencil, here’s a modern-day alternative. Simple to use but sophisticated in style, this mobile journal lets writers incorporate photos (from adding a simple shot to over-the-top scrapbooking), and allows for your child to keep multiple, separate diaries (say, one for camp and another for creative writing). It’s a great way to capture the events of the day all summer long.
Check it out: Maxjournal.
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