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Best 8th Grade Apps

10 Best 8th Grade Apps

Are you looking for the best 8th grade apps and games all in one place? The following list shares some of the best, most popular apps for 8th grade teachers and parents for in the classroom, remote learning, and homeschool as well.

1. 8th Grade Math Common Core

This app provides practice, revision and learning support for many maths topics. Each is populated with randomly generated questions to ensure it is never exhausted. The app covers the maths curriculum for grade 8 of the USA’s Common Core curriculum, which places it approximately at the level of year 9 in England and Wales. Parents who want a comprehensive all-in-one package for their children to practise maths with, and teachers who want to make use of self-marking worksheets, can both get good use from this app.

Devices: iPhone, iPad

2. iTooch 8th Grade Language Arts

With more than 1,590 exercises, iTooch 8th Grade Language Arts is a new and fun way of practicing and learning Language Arts for 8th Graders. It is, by far, the largest collection of educational activities based on the US National Common Core Standards on the App Store.

Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad

3. 8th Grade Reading

8th Grade Non-Fiction Reading Comprehension is designed for classroom use as well as the student and family looking for an advantage in solidifying their reading and understanding skills. The app is aligned with CCSS - Common Core State Standards for 8th Grade reading.

Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad

4. Quizlet

Quizlet is more than just a study tool! There are literally thousands of quizzes that others have created, and students can create their own question sets to use privately or to share. Nearly anything that can be put into question-answer format or pieces of paired information can be uploaded and turned into flashcards with the touch of a button.

Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad

5. Khan Academy

Khan Academy offers thousands of video lessons and practice questions on just about any subject or topic that a student might need to review. Users can look up specific concepts or take sequences of lessons that amount to supplemental teaching, reviews or even entire courses about whatever they want to learn. It’s very user friendly, and can be set up to send performance records to teachers or parents.

Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad

The apps above are listed by subject have been aligned with the 8th Grade level based on the Common Core Standards.

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