As parents, we have probably noticed the trend in recent years of increasing numbers of children and teens reading books and magazines on their cell phones, with the use of free Nook reading apps for Android and other apps for iPhones.
A study on Marketwatch found that prolonged staring at a smartphone screen does damage the eyes, but no more so than reading a regular book or using any electronic device.
It is recommended that parents encourage children not to hold their phones too close to their eyes and to take regular breaks away from their phones to prevent their eyes from becoming too strained. There is also a worry that extended use of electronic devices will affect children’s sleep patterns and make it hard for them to study or concentrate in school. It is advised that they should avoid using any electronics right before they go to sleep, perhaps an hour or so before they go to bed.
This is a huge concern for me, thankfully there are tons of ways to keep children safe from inappropriate material.
All smartphones come with child safety features or downloadable parental control apps to ensure that children aren’t seeing anything they shouldn’t, with instructions on websites such as PC Advisor to talk you through the steps. The Nook app allows multiple profiles to be created on the same account so that parents can have complete control over and monitor their children’s account and see what books they are downloading without interfering with their reading too much.
Mobile reading doesn’t discourage reading time between parents and younger children either. Reading apps are designed with the health, safety, and enjoyment of younger readers in mind.
She is THE Mama Dweeb :) She created this blog back in 2009 and loves to inspire and connect with others through her writing. Annie loves writing, travel & tech, Rachel loves photography, natural living and creating recipes. There are a number of apps that are available to read books on iPad, free or charged, allow us to buy, download and view ebooks for iPad.
But if you often use iBooks you may not feel so satisfied with it, like me, because its catalog is not so bigger than other stores, like Kindle. But eBookMobi's shortcoming is that it can only read drm free ebooks, while you know that most books we purchased from sites are with drm problems.
With an iPad you may not just want to read books, but also some videos, web searching, games playing, etc.
Except for iBooks, another apps are third-party readers, they are related to their stores, and the formats and DRM kinds are also limited.
No matter which store you like, go there to find your books, download them to your iPad or other devices or computer.
As iBooks is the built-in reading app, so the reading experience is guaranteed, be safe, be free.
There are also many iOS apps in the App Store to help you discover, download and read books on the iPad — and the great news is many of them are free. Kobo is famous for its e-readering devices but it also provides an iOS app that has access to the 3.5 million titles in the Kobo Store with first chapter previews for many books. Some people like to listen to audiobooks instead of reading and Audible is far and away the best service for doing so. The Google Play Books iOS app may seem a little neglected, and visually it certainly isn’t anything to shout about, but it provides easy access to the millions of titles on Google Play. Amazingly with technology and innovation, we are now able to read kindle books on your computer. Saving $$$$ yourself without another hardware device expense and using what you already have. As you know, most online books require a device to read published books on Amazon, rather it be a Kindle or a Nook reader device. All because of a Kindle Reading Apps which will help the readers access books right on your own personal computer. I believe you will be able review and see part of the ebook that you’re considering to buy, which is very cool. Enjoy and don’t forget to share it with others by Tweeting, Likes and leave me a sweet comment. Optional Resource: Powerful new software to utilize Amazon into your personal money machine. This entry was posted in Kindle and tagged Free Kindle Apps, Kindle Books, Kindle Reader Application. Oh, one thing I have found very helpful with the Kindle books is that Amazon let’s you download a sample of the book.
Several years ago, you were only able to read kindle e-books using kindle device that developed by Amazon.
To make your gadgets compatible with kindle e-books, you need to install kindle reading apps first. Now you can read any kindle e-book anywhere with your any device using Free Kindle Reading Apps from Amazon. There are SO many incredible apps out there, and I know whatever list I come up with is going to be missing tons of great stuff. Bluster!: Kids can practice rhyming words, prefixes and suffixes, synonyms, homophones, adjectives, and more in this colorful and engaging word matching game. Toy Story: This interactive read-along app allows kids to hear the story being read to them and record themselves narrating the text so they can listen to their own version as they flip through the pages. Puppet Pals allows kids to create their own unique shows with animation and audio so that digital storytelling is simple.
The Three Little Pigs-Nosy Crow Animated Storybook: This classic fairytale seems to come alive through interactive features. National Geographic for Kids: The highly interactive apps from NatGeo supplement leveled text with photos, audio, and video in different ezines about animals and nature topics.
If you’re also interested in eBook reading programs, you might want to check out SnapLearning.

What iPad and iPhone apps do you use to support elementary kids in developing reading and writing skills?
Angela is a National Board Certified Teacher with 11 years of classroom experience and 7 years experience as an instructional coach. There is a worry that reading off of such a small screen will damage their eyes or that they will become addicted to screens and lack social skills.
Here are some of the most common concerns that parents have about mobile reading and why they have nothing to worry about.
The study claims that the real danger which is causing children to damage their eyes is holding the phone screen too close to their eyes. Don’t forget that reading apps also have functions to increase the font size and screen contrast which will make reading more comfortable on the eyes. Multiple health organizations including the NHS say that the light of an electronic screen affects young people’s sleep patterns. Don’t forget also to keep their cell phones away from the bed so that they are not tempted to use them during the night. Nook’s interactive picture books are designed for parents and children to read together, while also encouraging children to read on their own and not miss out on story time if their parents can’t be there. Reading habits might have changed over time but children’s love of good literature hasn’t gone away. I don’t really have any recommendations for reading apps but I do have one for parental controls. We can’t really stop them from using the technology they have the privilege to use everyday.
I think this would be helpful for me, My husband and I can’t stop our kids from using technology.
I always worried about harmful content even though mobile devices can be great for giving the kids access to lots of books. But as both an iPad user and an ebook fan, sometimes we may feel confused about which app to use is better, is there an app that allows us to read books purchased everywhere, no matter drm protected or drm free, and so on. So if you love reading different kinds of books, I'm sure iBooks will not meet your needs totally.
The Kindle has an larger catalog, we can find some more books that we couldn't find in iBooks.
Once a book are purchased from amazon, we can only use Kindle app, no matter we like it or not. Though Kobo app reads DRMed epub books, but we must make sure they are with the same Adobe ID as our kobo account email. It collects a lot of google books in this store, thus we can say it is designed for Google fans, or android fans.
It supports Adobe DRM books, connected with your Adobe ID, regardless of where they were from. About books iPad we can install an reading app to help us read books, so just need to listen to them, for a good rest.
The tool needed Ultimate Converter, helps you remove any drm from books and convert them to epub or pdf format. If you don't want to install so reading apps on your iPad, or you just want to use iBooks, but reading a lot of books, this way may help you. You can store thousands of them on a device as thin as a pencil and view any of your books, at any time, on its beautiful display. With so many apps to choose from, each offering different features and a different catalogue of books, it can be hard to know which are the best.
You can buy any of the many thousands of books on offer in the integrated iBooks store, peruse the top free and paid book charts, and store all downloaded books in the app’s bookshelf. The app is packed with customization options, with changeable brightness, text and background color, page texture and layout choices.
In the app, you can customize your reading experience with adjustable font size and style and Night Mode for reading in darker conditions.
But the e-commerce giant also has a huge book store that is available through the Kindle iOS app including over a million books, with free samples available, as well as hundreds of magazines and newspapers.
With a range of over 100,000 audiobooks, many read by the author or by professional actors, you’ll be sure to find that book you want to read but never seem to have time to and instead you can listen to it on the go. It has much of the functionality you’d expect, like customization, night time reading, free previews, offline reading and more but the main benefit of using the app is if you also use Android devices where you can continue to use the service and keep your book collection in sync.
A Media and Communications graduate from Newcastle University in the UK, Adam is a Bradford City FC fanatic and self-confessed tech nerd covering reviews and opinion pieces for TiP. I only learned about it while looking for a particular book in Amazon and I was wonderfully surprised.
But nowadays, you don’t need a kindle device to shop, browse, download and read kindle ebooks. Get free kindle books samples, you can read the first chapter for free before you decide to buy.
And the most important thing is you can download and read kindle books without having kindle device. Children can write their own scripts around original stories or demonstrate knowledge about a particular topic (sure beats writing a summary paragraph.) Best of all, Puppet Pals is totally free. Add your own spelling words or use an existing list, including compound words, sound-alike words, and SAT vocabulary. Children practice a wide range of reading skills, from author’s purpose to context clues. In addition to lovely art work, an original soundtrack, and a narration conducted entirely by kids, this app offers lots of interactive opportunities. Though the word sets are limited at this time, the appeal to young children, easy-to-use interface, and creative word play opportunities make the app a worthwhile purchase.

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I'm Angela Watson, a National Board Certified Teacher with 11 years of classroom experience. It is only the reading format which has changed, not the books themselves and as proven above, there are no health dangers to reading off of a phone screen. So long as parents are keeping an eye on how long their children are using their phones and that they are using them safely, they have no need to worry and can be encouraged that their children are enjoying lots of great books. I use Screen Time app and it works great it controls the time on the tablets as well as what apps they can use and you can also see their browsing history from the app too.
And, in order to meet your needs, I also spend some time talking about their features, my own opinions, give you some good suggestions to help you find the best way to read books on iPad. The best thing about iBooks is that you can purchase books in this store directly, while another third-party reading apps require you to go to their websites to buy, then back to their apps to read. Kindle is provided by Amazon, as eBooks we purchase from amazon store have kindle's own formats, such as azw3, mobi, so we have no choice but installing Kindle app on iPad to read kindle books.
We can intall this app on android smart phone or tablet with easy, just with Google account. For example, as we known that some of kobo and sony books are protected with Adobe DRM, so when reading kobo and sony books, if we don't want to install kobo, we can install bluefire instead. With iTunes Filesharing we can import those files from our devices or computer to iPad with easy. Things like font, page color and screen brightness are all adjustable and the app has support for note-taking, bookmarking and in-book search. There’s also full book search, gesture customization, highlighting and annotation tools, reading timer functionality, as well as a ton of ways to organize and sort your content. Kobo also has sync functionality with support for bookmarks, notes and highlights so you can pick up where you left off on any of your iOS devices. You can customize your reading experience by choosing margin size, line spacing, background color, font size, font style, and either portrait or landscape mode and tap and hold text to quickly highlight important sections, easily edit or change highlight colors, and select long passages that span multiple pages. There’s support for chapter navigation, bookmarking, sleep mode, variable narration speed, button-free mode in the iOS app, as well as multitasking support for background downloading and listening so you can use your iPad for other tasks while listening. You can do those by using your own gadgets such as iPhone, Blackberry, iPad, windows phone 7, Android and even using your Mac and Windows PC! So I thought I’d share 10 iPad and iPhone apps I love for helping elementary students with reading and writing skills. The free version provides one book, with additional stories available for individual purchase or through a monthly subscription free. Find hidden characters, chase the pigs, and even blow down the houses by huffing and puffing into the iPad’s microphone. It’s a fantastic way for children to develop reading, writing, and listening skills while learning about the fascinating world of animals. They provide hundreds of grade-appropriate eBooks, both fiction and non-fiction, which you can assign to your students and send to their devices!
I currently work as an educational consultant and instructional coach based in Brooklyn, NY.
It’s nice to know that the kids are enjoying reading though, instead of watching silly stuff online.
So with iBooks after you find an interesting book, you can purchase it right away (with Apple ID), then download it to iPad to have a reading.
Except for books from kindle store, Kindle can also display PDF and Mobi files if they are DRM free. So if you collect a lot of books with multiple formats, this app may become your best choice. Kobo Pulse provides a community of readers who discuss what they’ve read which can be a great place to find out about news titles. Amazon’s Whispersync technology keeps your last page read, bookmarks, notes and highlights in sync across devices.
The majority of the recommendations below work with multiple grade levels and are free, but the paid ones are worth the investment, in my opinion. Though the app lacks sound and interactivity, the story lines are appealing and the photo creates a great practice opportunity (and motivation) for kids to read. The eBooks come with interactive exercises and assignments which you can later review and assess. I created this site in 2003 because I love sharing practical classroom ideas and helping teachers build a positive mindset so they can truly enjoy their work.
We must purchase their files on the website, then log in the kobo app to sync books we've bought. The free edition of the app allows you to view only one book at a time, with the paid version removing this restriction.
If you have devices that run on different operating systems, Kindle is a good choice as it’s available pretty much everywhere (even on the web). If you want to check out their close reading portfolio (which is an awesome set of interactive exercises), you can request a free trial demo.

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