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A Comprehensive App Matching School Curriculum


When I reviewed the SplashMath App, I was really in love with the app. Because it provides a comprehensive math exercise for kids at elementary school, with all the contents aligned with school curriculum.  Today I am even more excited to share another app that is also linked with school curriculum, and what is more, it includes Math, Language Art, and Science for Grade 3 to 5, and Health for Grade 5 – this is a total of 10 titles.  iTooch Elementary School is a great app for kids in Grade 3 to 5.  It is especially great for using at home, so parents don’t have to go out search for apps at their kids’ level.  All you need to know is your child’s grade level and the subject or topic you want the child to practice on, say, math 2-digit multiplication.

The structure of the app is very intuitive.  The iTooch Elementary School is a shell app.  Within the app, you will find 10 titles, Grade 3 Math, Grade 3 Language Art, .., Grade 4 Math, …, etc. You can download the shell app for free, with some sample questions under each title.  If you are interested in getting the full package of any of the 10 titles, you can purchase it via In-App Purchase.  Each title costs $4.99.iTooch Elementary School App

There are so many nice features in the app.  I don’t think I can cover all in details.  I will highlight a couple of them that I like the most.

First of all, it is the alignment with school curriculum.  It takes all the guess work out.  For busy parents, it is frustrating when you think you find the right exercise book for your child, and then find out it is too hard or too easy for him/her.  With iTooch, you don’t have to guess anymore.  It saves parents time and money.  It also makes homeschool a lot easier.

Second, it is very comprehensive and detailed on sub-topics.  Here is an example: for 3rd Grade Math, under Geometry, you will see 11 sub-topics, including Polygons, Quadrilaterals, and Perimeter. There are 1500 to 4500 questions under each of the 10 titles.

There is a practice mode and a test mode.  Kids can practice on the subject first, then take a timed test.  If they did not do well in tests, they can go back to practice for more exercises.

There is a built-in notepad, kids can write on with fingers.  This is very handy if kids need do some calculations for the math problems.

Last, there is a wide variety of question types.  In addition to multiple choices, there are questions kids have to fill in blanks, type in numbers, true or false.  For each sub-topic, the question type changes, so kids are less likely to be bored, and stay engaged better.

The only thing I wish the app can offer is a tracking feature.  It will be great if parents can track kids progress on each subject.

iTooch is developed by EduPad.  It works on iPhone, iPod and iPAD.  It is FREE with some sample questions for each title.  The full packages are available at $4.99 via In-App Purchase.

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iTooch Elementary School | Math, Language Arts and Science worksheets for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade - eduPad Inc.

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  • Julie Wood

    I’d definitely use it for math the most!

  • natalie nichols

    We would use the math part of the app!!

  • We would use the math part of the app. My son seems to struggle in Math more than anything.

  • amy williams

    We would love the math one I am not very good at math at all and so to help my boys with all the new math is hard.

  • I would probably use the math the most

  • stacy

    My daughter would use the language arts app the most because it is the area she has the most difficulty.

  • jeremy mclaughlin

    Math app grade 3

  • Jennifer Vega

    I would use grade 4 math the most.

  • ellen casper

    I want them all but most of all the math app.

  • Carla C

    Math and Language

  • Abby Kraynick

    Math for sure

  • Gina Rock

    I would use the math for sure. I have a child that needs extra help in Math!

  • Georgia Beckman

    We would use a math app the most. Reading & math, in my opinion, are the two necessities to the basis of education.

  • Hanna R

    What a great idea! I think my son would use Language Arts the most- he struggles in that area.

  • Kellie Christensen

    I would be most likely to use the science. I am a speech/language pathologist and work with science vocabularyl

  • kathy f

    We would use the science most often.

  • Kasey L

    I would most likely us math

  • Sarah L

    Language and math would be used most. I like that it’s geared for the right ages and abilities.

  • Kat Emerick

    my granddaughter would love the science.

  • She would use the math the most.
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  • Dawn Monroe

    Id pick math or science. Its so hard for me to help explain it to them and Id love to have some help.

  • Linda W.

    My daughter has been struggling with math so that’s what i would pick.

  • Corene h.

    I would say they would all be great but math would be great for my sons!!

  • Emily

    My daughter could use language apps.

  • Adrianne B

    The Math curriculum would be the one we used the most, particularly if it was free. I think that Math concepts lend themselves so well to apps.

  • Jackie

    I think math would be great. Algebra and Geometry are kind of tough to understand.

  • The science app would be great. Thank you for your post!

  • Kristie D.

    I think math would be the most difficult. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you!

    • Kristie D.

      I think math is most difficult for us. I think that would be the app we would use most. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you!

  • Tammy Greer

    The math apps would be beneficial to my kids.

  • Marysa

    I would be most interested in the math portion of this app, but all the features sound great!

  • Sarah Gonzales

    I would use the math apps. My kids need that most.

  • Valerie C

    Language arts aps are ones we use a lot at home.

  • veronica cummings

    I would use math.

  • jodie risner



    For me I would choose Math! That seems to be the subject my sister struggles with the most!

  • Laura

    The math topic would be a great help!

  • Madeline

    My daughter could use some help with math so that’s the one I would choose.

  • The math app for sure!

  • christine

    I would love to use the science app 🙂

  • Amanda Kortokrax

    I am about to start graduate school to become a SLP, and this would be very useful in helping me (efficiently) find ways to link therapy activities to the classroom curriculum goals 🙂 With that being said, I’d probably find all aspects of useful, but for the sake of picking, I’d probably vote for language art 🙂 I love all the educational apps they (meant in the most general sense) are constantly coming out with!!

    Thanks 🙂

  • Marie A

    Definitely the math app!

  • Abby

    I would love this for math. I think repetition is helpful, and kids would be more willing to do that with a neat app like this.

  • amanda randolph

    I think Math. Math encompasses so much.

  • I think the math would be the most helpful for my kids…..

  • darby

    I think that I would use the math one the most!

  • Jena

    I would use the health one!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • takisha a.

    my daughter is only in 2nd grade, but it would be nice to start practicing math and language arts for 3rd grade to maybe get a better start.

  • hollie n.

    i would use the science app the most..my fav subject:)

  • KHBride

    I’d use the math and health ones the most

  • I would use the math app the most. I like that you can practice before the test. The timed test part my be a problem because as soon as my kids know something is timed they freeze. Is there a way to not have it timed?

  • Nikki Lynn Hanna

    I would use the language app


  • I’d definitely use the Math portion the most! My kids’ school required them to study math at least 10 minutes every night, above and beyond any other homework. It’s tough to keep coming up with new ways to study!

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  • amber

    math would be my choice , b/c not my strongest subject

  • I would use the language app!

  • Gayle

    Math would be a huge help!

  • Heather

    I would use the language app

  • bmello

    I would definitely be interested in the 3rd and 5th grade language. My rising 5th grader has autism and creative writing and reading comprehension are his biggest deficits. My rising 3rd grader has always struggled with reading as well.

  • Samantha Daleo

    I would use the Math one as that is the main one my daughters struggles with.


  • Frances A.

    I would be able to use all subjects since I teach all and everything looks so wonderful. Especially, science, math and language arts apps. Working with students with Autism and Multiple Disabilities it is essential to obtain as many resources possible to support and foster student growth and learning.

  • Sarah

    I would love the math curriculum. My kids LOVE educational games from itunes. Thank you for offering this outstanding giveaway!

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  • Nancy

    The Math would be especially useful for us.

  • Stacy D.

    Our house would benefit from the science one!

  • wendy b

    This would be very useful in the area of mathematics.

  • I’d use the math program to get a step ahead of my kids

  • Wassi Chamsy Homeschooling

    I would love a language app to help my daughter with her language delay

    • Wassi Chamsy Homeschooling

      by the way my daughter is a homeschooler 🙂 so apps are so useful!

  • Sheila Hall

    I would want to try out the math for grade 4.

  • Tonette Joyce

    I am torn between language arts for 5th or math for 4th, but I would think I’m leaning toward language for 5th grade.My 5th grade grandson likes to write, but one side of the family has had a negative effect on his language skills.

  • Dorrie Turner

    I would get the Math for grade 4! I love the fact that there is a way to get education and fun into our tech savvy children!

  • jennifer horn

    We’d use the science and math.

  • Giant Sis

    I’d love the first grade math for my sister (she hates to practice math)! I like that there’s a practice mode with redo’s on it – and that it can track multiple players! Looks like fun!

  • Kevin E

    I would get 5th Grade Math for my daughter!

  • Laura Jacobson

    Oh we would use the Math!

  • Janice

    I’d use the math and language

  • Kaitlin

    An app for math would be very welcome! I have a hard time not jumping in and just saying the answer to math problems

  • Hal

    Math for sure.

  • Nicole

    these apps would be really cool. I am beginning homeschooling this year and my son has some obstacles ahead. this would be a great addition

  • Christina

    My family loves the Math iTooch, so I would love to include the Science one for extra science teaching!

  • 3rd grade math is just what we need!

  • Jennifer Aldridge

    I’d use the app for beginning readers.

  • Maria

    I would be most likely to use the maths apps, because in maths there’s (usually) only one right answer — with other subjects, it can be much more complicated, and I’d prefer to talk with my children myself.

  • Natasha

    I would definitely use the science!

  • I would surely use the Math with my son! erinnsluka@gmail

  • nicole

    Language Arts and Health

  • Amy T.

    My son would be most interested in the science and math, and I would likely gravitate toward the language arts and science sections !

  • Math for sure!

  • debra daigle

    defin. math!

  • Veronica R

    I would love to have the math!

  • Rachel S

    Math for sure.
    Biggest subject my daughter struggles with.

  • Frank

    Science and Math!

  • Math, we’d use math the most because more review is better.

  • Giuliana G

    My little brother loves using the science and math portions!

  • miranda

    I would love the language section

  • Rachelle

    For us, the choice would be math.

  • Dana

    I would think the math portion would be the easiest to use on an app.

  • Heather Manu

    I think I would use them all between both my girls.

  • Teish

    The language arts intrigues me the most I think. I’m looking for educational apps right now actually.

  • Mahwesh

    ITooch apps seem interesting, I would love to have any aap which teaches kids, and increases their general knowledge. Science tops my list, then language (as English is the lingua franca of the modern world and my kid’s second language). I would go to an arms length to give the best to my kids. I wouldn’t leave Maths behind, as without it you couldn’t do a lot.

    • It is hard to choose. I have used the math the most so far. I think I am going to use the science more.

  • Wassi Chamsy Homeschooling

    I would love a language app becaus emy daughter has a language delay 🙂

  • Danielle Porter

    I was homeschooled and I think I definitely would have used the math!

  • Lynn

    It’s hard to pick because my son has special needs! But I think his most needed area and the one we’d use the most would be math. But I LOVE all the apps you have, and the variety!

  • Wassi Chamsy Homeschooling

    We would use the language the most!

    • Wassi Chamsy Homeschooling

      we would use the language potion the most because my daughter has a language delay. I am always looking for good language app and I really like itooch apps :=)

      • Wassi Chamsy Homeschooling

        portion ^^’

  • Kelly D

    We would use the science portion of this app the most.

  • Tea

    We love all the iTooch apps very much! We like Science and probably the Health too. Really top notch apps for education.

  • Misty Fuqua

    We could use the Language!

  • Marty Keith

    I love all of the iTooch apps and subjects! My son with Autism is in 7th grade, so I would like to see higher level developed as they only seem to go through 8th grade right now. Or maybe some elective-type subjects. Would love Science and Social Studies for middle school. Oh…most of all…I would LOVE to be able to download and print out the lessons! Love it!

  • Science for sure!

  • Jill

    I am interested in science material.

  • FC

    I am homeschoolers and we have a few of the itooch apps. They are excellent and we love them!

    • FC

      We would love to have the science apps, but they are all good

  • MJ

    I need more math apps so I think math may edge out language arts (but it would be close!)

  • Helen Wagner

    Hi! I would like all of the subjects, but I would most like the Language Arts!

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