Product Review: Buncee for Edu

Product Review: Buncee for Edu

Buncee for Edu (available on iTunes)

Retail Price: Free

This iPad app is an educational portal for teachers that can be used to create dynamic presentations, digital stories, project-based learning, and much more.

Quality and Effectiveness
The Buncee for Edu app allows students to create a presentation in a safe environment while adding dynamic multimedia content. The export feature allows for printing and public or private sharing of finished projects.

Ease of Use
Buncee for Edu, just like its website counterpart, is very easy to use, with everything being done via a drag-n-drop interface. Educators can access a wide variety of educational resources to help integrate Buncee into their classroom. There is even a helpful wizard that helps users create a “buncee” in seconds.

Creative Use of Technology
Buncee for Edu provides some of the most beautiful clipart for education. With the tap of a button, educators and students can add text, record narration, draw, and add photos, clipart, backgrounds, and more.

Suitability for Use in a School Environment
Buncee for Edu was designed with educators and their students in mind. Educators create and manage the student’s account, and everything is published in a safe environment. The abundance of educational resources and lessons help teachers seamlessly integrate Buncee for Edu into their classroom. Educators use Buncee in a variety of ways, such as flipping a classroom, project-based learning, digital storytelling, and differentiating instruction.

Buncee for Edu is a simple-to-use learning tool that educators can leverage to integrate into any curriculum for any grade level.

Top features:

Simple to use

Seamlessly integrates into any curriculum, for any subject or grade level

Lots of educational resources and beautiful, student-friendly clipart

David Kapuler is an educational consultant with more than 10 years of experience working in the K-12 environment. For more information about his work, contact him at and read his blog at