Are you looking for gross motor apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Just Dance NowMotor Skills– Dance to your favorite hits from over 300 songs available on Just Dance. Release your inner dance with this app and enjoy great choreographies without a video game console. All you need is an Internet-connected device such as Apple TV, iPad, computer, or Chromecast. The latest installment comes with an additional 42 games which are available on video game consoles.
Make A Scene: Farmyard– Make a Scene: Farmyard stimulates children’s creativity and allows them to design their own scenes. Little kids love cute farm animals, and this app has sheep, cows, ducks, chickens, and more. With hours of entertainment, they will learn and practice vocabulary, motor skills, and coordination simultaneously. They will be able to numerous scenes in this dynamic farmyard; for preschool to adult, this app will not disappoint.
OctoPlus– Octoplus is a math app that uses interactive gaming to help children develop math skills. This app takes you into an underwater world where you battle turtles to earn points. It has both drill and challenge modes, designed to develop children’s math abilities using their innate intelligence. It is also helping develop motor skills in children who have motor or cognitive delays. This app can be customized to keep children interested and motivated; it comes packed with features designed to improve visual attention, timing, coordination, and control. Parents can also use this app to emphasize individualized education program (IEP) objectives.