Monday, February 25, 2013

Update: 2/25/2013 Futaba

First mentioned on EDge21 in May of last year, INKids creates and delivers free and inexpensive iPad apps from Australia that help young kids learn literacy, math, and more.

One of their most popular apps has been Futaba, a classroom app designed for multi-player fun on the iPad. Futaba now includes a single player mode, meaning students can practice at home (or in the classroom) with sets tailored to their specific learning needs.

Single player mode in the latest version of Futaba is perfect for study at home, or during 1:1 iPad time in the classroom - students who might struggle with the pace of the multiplayer game can now practice sets at their own pace.

Watch the video demonstration


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