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What are some interactive projects/lessons that primary children can do with iPads?

One example of this is using QR codes to check their own answers.

Seeking Experience E-books , Apps , Education 3 years ago
Bell Tower Schoolhouse
Bell Tower Schoolhouse
Becky, teacher, preschool owner/
Marshfield, Missouri

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Magda de Lange expert
Magda de Lange Global Learning Professional ZA
Education expert

Doceri is an interactive whiteboard and is fabulous in the classroom! Take a look also at My children used the app in an international school and they LOVED it!

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Experience 3 years ago
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Patrick Carroll expert
Patrick Carroll Primary Teacher, ICT Coordinator Armthorpe, GB
Education expert

You can use the free app aurasma to make augmented reality videos that overlap pictures.

Many people do forget the video and photo features on tablets as well which lead to great drama activities.

Skitch is a great free photo editing app.

Puppet pals enables children to produce fun, exciting movies as well.

create wonderful music through beatwave or pottery through Let's create pottery.

Then there is story creator which allows children to do just that and make their own books.

with animoto you can create great presentations on the go.

2simple have just brought out an app called 2 DIY which mirrors their PC version. For free you get access to three interactive games.

Finally, why not have a look at Socrative teacher and student where you can make interactive quizzes for free - a new version is coming out this weekend actually.

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Experience 3 years ago
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Bob Zenhausern expert
Bob Zenhausern CEO Enabling Support Foundation New York, US
Education expert

Back in 1985 just after the birth of online education Kidsnet was an email List that connected children all over the world. Kids from all cultures wrote about holiday dinners in their. Students followed a tall ship race around the world and emailed the crew. Chatback presented first person stories in the UK and Japan. Many of whom would exchange emails.

Here is my app.

Have your students interact with students from around the world and tell about life, politics, music

Does an iPad have an email app?

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Opinion 3 years ago
Олег Кияшко
Олег Кияшко Don't mind my display name >.< Kyiv, Ukraine

I love QR codes ^^

But anyways, I don't even use iPads at all - PCs are more powerful than iPads and are DRM-free.

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Opinion 3 years ago

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