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A Free Interactive iPad App To Teach Algebra

Edudemic // Borenson // December 25, 2012

For many students algebra seems too abstract and hard to learn. They often resort to ineffective memorization and in the long run find only frustration and failure.


Now there's a new free iPad app that can turn frustration into success. The Fun Way to Learn Algebra: Hands-On Equations 1 Lite gives even the youngest students visual and kinesthetic ways to understand abstract algebraic equations. 


The app is intended for children from age 8 onward. No user needs a background in algebra to learn the concepts presented.  This app is a digital version of the traditional Hands-On Equations program, which uses physical game pieces, that is widely used in schools and by homeschooling parents across the United States.

The app, like the physical version, is also well suited for helping older students who are struggling in traditional algebra classes.


Learn more about this app on Edudemic.com

40 Years After 'Free To Be,' A New Album Says 'It's Okay To Do Stuff'
NPR.org // EMMA MILLER // December 05, 2012 

Forty years ago, Marlo Thomas assembled a gang of big-name musical and comedic talent - Mel Brooks and Diana Ross and Alan Alda and more. The goal? To create a children's album befitting second-wave feminism, an album that would break down sexist norms and teach children that they could express their gender - and themselves - however they pleased. The result, Free to Be ... You and Me, did just what it set out to do - the album eventually went gold, spawning a best-selling book and a TV special. Boys learned that "It's All Right to Cry," and girls learned that they could grow up to be both mommies and doctors - if that's what they wanted, of course.


Rob Kutner, Peabody- and Emmy-winning writer for Conan and The Daily Show, has released a new comedy album paying tribute to Free to Be ... You and Me, in honor of the original's 40th anniversary. 


Read more about "It's Okay To Do Stuff" on NPR.org

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