HomeschoolingApps.com Is Now Live


Have you used an app or computer program in your homeschool? Chances are that you have!

Do you have a favorite site to track great homeschool and/or educational apps that have been released and might be useful in your homeschool?

Do you have a place to find and purchase some great, useful apps that are created by a homeschool family for homeschool families?

HomeschoolingApps.com is the new, premier site for finding apps to use in your homeschool. We have some apps that we have developed, we have a bunch of apps that are in the works, and we are always open to suggestions for apps that you would love to use. Check out the Educational Apps and Other Apps pages for more information.

We also will review apps as we get a hold of them and let you know how useful they are, who they are geared to, and how well they teach the subject at hand. Just check out the different categories for what type of app you are looking for.  Visit our Apps Reviews menu!

Finally, in our experience with developing apps, we have spent many hours gaining knowledge – of app development tools, app development platforms, programming languages, app design, and how to publish and sell apps through markets like Amazon Digital and Google Play Store. We might just be available to consult for you on your next app or provide development services. Look over our App Consulting Services pages for more information.

2 comments

  1. I would love to see a math facts flashcard app that would automatically retest the facts that had an incorrect answer input. So if the person being tested consistently knows certain facts but not others they don’t keep having to go through the entire group of facts. For example if they are practicing multiplication and are working on the 7’s, they always get 7 x 1, 7 x 2, 7 x 3 etc. correct but consistently miss 7 x 6 or 7 x 8. I would like to see the app adjust and retest the ones that are missed until they are correctly answered. Similar to the way you would handle it if using actual flash cards to test, you would pull out the ones they already know and have them repractice the ones they didn’t until they were all mastered. Make sense?

    1. Thank you Risa, I have had the suggestion before (I think it is called adaptive testing) and it is in my queue to develop. Hopefully in a couple of months 🙂

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