K-12 Add-ons Etc.

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Updated 9-12-21

This is apps, add-ons, extensions for browsers and Google Drive.

  1. LucidCharts–add-on for MS Office

Annotate PDFs

  1. Kami–open PDF in Google Drive, then open with Kami (app)
  2. Lumin–open PDF in Google Drive, then open with Lumin (app)

Annotate Webpages

  1. Marker.to — highlight and more

Classroom Management

  1. Adblock–blocks ads, honor-ware–pay what you can afford once the extension is installed; even blocks ads at the start of YTs
  2. Checker Plus–notifies you when a doc in Google Drive changes; extension
  3. Flippity–turn GA into flashcards; add-on
  4. Google Keep–keep track of notes and lists
  5. Hapara–quickly manage students and classrooms with CB; a bit expensive
  6. Task Timer–track how much time is spent on different tasks

Communication

  1. Bitmoji–add emojis to email

Device Management

  1. Add Block–app to block website ads (app)

Economics

  1. Time is Money–this add-on converts prices on a webpage to hours worked

Google Drive

  1. Save to Google Drive–save web content or screen captures direct to Google Drive

Grammar

  1. Grammarly

Keyboarding

  1. Typing Club

Math

  1. EquatIO

Music

  1. Flat.io–compose music collaboratively

Note-taking

  1. Webpage Sticky Notes–attaches to the webpage and appears whenever you visit that page (extension)

Presentations

  1. Pear Deck–create a slidedeck; share it with students via class code; Q&A; assessments

Reading

  1. Action Story–improve English comprehension
  2. Read & Write–(extension) reads passages aloud; text-to-speech; include a dictionary; create voice notes; simplify and summarize text; free for teachers (maybe students)
  3. Readability–(extension) cleans up ads and clutter prior to reading
  4. Web-page sticky notes-(extension) add notes that appear every time you access the site

Screenshots and Screen captures

  1. Loom (extension)
  2. Nimbus (extension)
  3. Screencastify–records everything from your screen plus voice

Special Needs

  1. Open Dyslexic–(extension) open source font that improves readability for students with Dyslexia; changes font on pages (no download)
  2. Read & Write–(extension) reads passages aloud; text-to-speech; include a dictionary; create voice notes; simplify and summarize text; free for teachers (maybe students)

Video

  1. Soapbox–free Chrome extension to create videos; webcam and desktop side-by-side
  2. Spark video — works on Chromebooks and iOS; add personal narrative, images. Use a story template or start from scratch; creates as slides

Writing

  1. Cite This For Me–(extension) like EasyBib; saves time but not perfect
  2. EasyBib–Google Apps add-on
  3. Grammarly–(extension) get writing suggestions
  4. Storybird–app