Popplet is a mind-mapping tool students can use to show the relationship between facts, thoughts, and images. Accounts are free (up to 5 Popplets at a time), and Popplet can be used in a web browser or on iPads with the app. The free iPad app limits you to one Popplet at a time. See the sample below, and then head over to Popplet to get started on your own!
Padlet allows you to create "walls" online where you can post images, videos, documents, and text, from any device (computers, tablets, phones. You can create all the posts, or invite others to post on your wall. Use it to check for understanding of topics, brainstorm ideas, present topics, create exit tickets, and more. Here is a sample (add a post if you'd like!)
It is possible to create a green-screened video using your iPad! And even better--it's easy to do with an app called DoInk Greenscreen! Watch the tutorial!
MyCreate is a stop motion animation app. This app could be used with any subject area. Model a math concept, explain science concepts like the water cycle or life cycles, tell stories, retell scenes from books, “build” words, reenact a scene from history, define words, show a sequence of events or describe processes, teach new vocabulary words, or create how-to videos. Stop motion animations can be made using paper, clay, small objects, whiteboards, photos, recycled items, and more!
Check out the ThingLink below to learn more!
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Feed the hamster by clicking inside the box above. Click the center of the wheel and the hamster will exercise. (The hamster may not appear on all devices.)