Lesson plans using your apps by Vicki Windman

How do you take an app and create a lesson plan?
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How do you take an app and create a lesson plan?

Strip Designer $2.99- Kids love comics. They can create a story using comic blurbs that you write. Add photos from your library or if you really want to boost creativity, add Drawing Pad $2.99. Drawing Pad is cheaper than a box of crayons and has a toolbox of supplies that can make anyone feel like an artist. Students can work individually creating their own story or work as a class. These two apps are perfect for helpong students create interesting book reports.

Timbuktu Free- first iPad magazine for children. It combines imagination and technology to display news and stories through the most advanced methods of education. Read one article add thoughts to Popplet $4.99, a graphic organizer that gives students a visual tool to remember the five w's.

In a World Drama $1.99 - Drama is a fun app that lets you create and star in your very own movie trailers. It's Mad Libs meets the movies. This is another way to create and present material to the class. Students can choose the pictures, music, and dialogue.

Video Time Machine $.99- Pick a year from 1860-2011 and watch categories including TV, Music, Advertisements, Trailers, Video Games, Sports, and more. Studying s time in history show students what the world really looked like. Have students go one step further with Webnotes Free- It gives you a side by side pad and the ability to surf the Internet on the other side. Once you have completed your assignment you have both your Video Time Machine and Internet notes documented. The information can then be copied and pasted to the notebook app of your choice.

As we continue to look at the possibilites of the iPad we also are seeking a greener environment by creating digital portfolios.

Writing Prompts $1.99 Four prompt generators: Scenes, Sketches, Texts and Words. Store your favorite prompts into the "Fav's" tab by tapping the favorite star on any prompt. over 250 scene elements, 400 words, 60 sketches, 10 colors, 80+ genres and more -- all of which generate millions and millions of unique prompts. The ability to write crosses the curriculum in all grades, mainstream and special needs. Students need to be inspired to write. Writing Prompts gives students the boost they may need when they need to be creative. To increase the pleasure of writing, Maxjournal $1.99 gives the student a true journaling experience while allowing students to import pictures.

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