Students can use it to record ideas and even their own voice. What a great tool to use during running records, so I can check on what they read if I have any questions!
2. One of my favorite apps I played with was StoryKit. In StoryKit, kids can create their own stories by taking pictures, writing their story, and even recording their voices. I loved using it because the students can use it for so much more than just telling stories. They can also use it to write reports and show the class, all with an iPad!
30Hands. This was another easy to use app that students can work with pictures and words to create their own stories. I didn't spend as much time with it, but it was fun to use!
Kahoot! was a hit with all of us!
By answering the questions quickly and correctly, the students earn points and get on the leaderboard. It was fun to see who was getting them correctly the quickest!
Which app would you be most apt to use in your classroom?
What did you do this week? Link up with Kacey at Doodle Bugs Teaching for Five for Friday and let us know!