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Screens are everywhere. Today we talk about bringing a screen, purposefully, into our homeschool environment as a learning tool and a one-stop-shop to aid the educator. With a tablet, we can take our books on the go, reference our curriculum, teach, and enrich all from a single device. It’s not the totality of our homeschool, but it can do just about everything. Let’s talk about how you can build a purposeful tablet-based learning platform.

Why a tablet
For the Educator
Apps for the Educator
For the learner
Apps for the learner
Things to remember

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Show Notes
Trello –
Notion –
Apple Calendar –
Microsoft One Drive –
Dropbox –
PDF Expert –
Foxit –
Libby –
Kindle Reader –
BlueFire Reader –
EverNote –
Canva –
Goodnotes –
Strides –
MinimaList –
YouTube –
Khan Academy –
Duolingo –
Google Maps –
Google Earth –
Procreate –
ArtFlow –
Notability –
Calligraphy Handbook –
Filmic Pro –
PowerDirector –
Stop Motion Studio –
Simply Piano –
Moodscaper –
Audible –
Downcast –
Podbean –
Spotify –
Wikipedia App –
AllTrails –
Seek –
Google Arts and Culture –