iPad-Inclusive Classroom-Aug23

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iPad-Inclusive Classroom-Aug23

iPads in the

Inclusive

Classroom

karla.holt@me.com

@karlaholt


Welcome to iPads in the

Inclusive Classroom

Settings App

Choose:

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Welcome to iPads in the

Inclusive Classroom

The presentation and

additional resources are

available at http://

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iPadsInclusiveClassroom


Introductions:

Today will be successful for me...


Goals

SETT Process

Accessibility

Features

Explore text to

speech features and

apps

Displaying your iPad

Sharing content with

and from an iPad

Speech to Text

Basic LA apps

Explore apps to

“show what you

know”


Agenda

•Intros

•Accessibility Scavenger Hunt

•Word Processing & Writing Supports on the iPad

•Group Activity & Workflow

Lunch

•Apps for teaching and learning in the inclusive classroom.

•Reading Supports & Story Writing Apps

•Apps for children with diverse needs

•Explore grade level and subject specific apps

•App Smack Down


Ways to display your iPad through a

Projector

VGA

Adapter

$35.00

Connect directly to

your projector

cable.

Pro

•Disconnect projector cable

from computer and connect to

iPad

Con

•Unable to move around

•Often comes loose

•Does not work with iPad 1

(only iPad 2 and later)

Document

Camera

(Price Varies)

Use Document

Camera

•See your fingers and gestures

•Works with iPad 1 (and 2 & 3)

•Unable to move around

•Glare from device can be an

issue

Air Server

$3.99 single

$14.99 five

Download http://

www.airserver.com

•Wireless-You can move around

•Works using AirPlay Feature of iPad

- no connecting cables.

•7 day free trial

•requires wireless internet and both

computer and iPad on same

network

•Does not work with iPad 1

Reflector

$14.99 single

$49.99 five

Download

https://

www.reflectorapp.c

om

•Wireless-You can move around

•Works using AirPlay Feature of iPad

•10 minute free trial

•PC (XP & up) or Mac (10.6.8 & up)

•requires wireless internet and both

computer and iPad on same

network

•Does not work with iPad 1

Apple TV

$109.00

Connect Apple TV

to your projector

and use airplay to

mirror iPad.

•Wireless-You can move around the

room

•Works using AirPlay Feature of iPad

•requires wireless internet and both

computer and iPad on same

network

•Does not work with iPad 1

•You may need an HDMI to VGA

adaptor

Adapted from: http://learninginhand.com/blog/5-ways-to-show-your-ipad-on-a-projector-screen.html


AirPlay

• AirPlay

• Double Tap the home button

• Swipe backwards.

• Click on the airplay icon

• Choose the device

• Mirroring: ON


Why the iPad?


SETT Process

What does the student need to be

able to do?

What tools could assist the

student to do those tasks?


SETT Process

by Dr. Joy Zabala

http://www.joyzabala.com

S

(Student)

E

(Environment)

T

(Tasks)

T

(Tools)


Built-in Apps

iMessage - Send a text message to another

iPod, iPad, iPhone over wifi

Camera - Take photos or video; Switch between

forward facing camera and rear camera

Photos App - Any images taken by your camera are

saved here. Many apps also save images here.

FaceTime - Make a video call over wifi to

another iPod, iPad, iPhone

Maps - Plan routes, get directions, etc.

Clock - Set timers, use stop watch, world

clocks

Photo Booth - Take photos with special effects.

These are saved to your camera roll.

Calendar - Add events, reminders

Contacts - Add contacts for easy reference for

email

Notes - Write notes; can be sent in email or

iMessage

Reminders - Create to do lists

Newsstand - download magazines, newspapers

from the online store

iTunes Store - Purchase music, movies, etc.

App Store - Purchase and install apps (including

free apps) from the app store.

Play games online; requires apple ID

Settings App - Access wifi, restrictions, location

services and many other features

Safari - surf the Internet

Mail - sync email accounts to your iPad (gmail works

best). Apps will use your default email to mail from.

Video - Play videos on your iPad; Access itunes

store to purchase videos/TV shows

Music App - Play music from your music library.

iBooks - Not a “built-in” app; read digital books; access iBookstore to download books; Save PDFs into iBooks.


Built-in Accessibility

Physical

Vision

•Assistive Touch

•Alternative Access - Bluetooth switches &

Switch Accessible Apps (See here for more info:

http://www.janefarrall.com/html/resources/

Switch_Accessible_Apps_for_iPad.pdf

•VoiceOver

•Zoom

•Invert Colors (White on Black)

Hearing • FaceTime

•Mono Audio

Learning • Text to Speech (Speak Selection)

•Guided Access - ‘Locks’ ipad in an app


Settings>General


Accessibility Scavenger Hunt

You will need to move around

the stations and explore the

features that would be most

relevant to your context.

You will need a QR Code

Reader app such as:

Inigma

Scan


Speak Selection -

Built in Text to Speech

Settings>General>Accessibility

Scroll down


Speak Selection -

Built in Text to Speech

Settings>General>Accessibility

Scroll down

To use Speak Selection, go to an email or webpage with text.

Long-Click (press and hold) on the text, then choose Speak.

Scan to watch a video on

Speak Selection.


Google Search App

• Use the voice search

(microphone icon) to conduct

a Google search. Combine with

“Speak Selec/on” so students

can have the search results

read aloud to them.

• Note: iPad 3 has the

microphone icon (Siri) in the

keyboard for Speech to Text in

any applicaHon.


Voice Over -

Reads aloud Everything

Settings>General>Accessibility


Voice Over

Settings > General > Accessibility >

Voice Over

In Voice Over, your iPad works differently:

Tap an item or app (once) - it’s description will be

read aloud.

Then Double Tap to select the item or app.

Three fingers to scroll up or down.

Scan to watch a video on

using Voice Over:


Invert Colours

Settings > General > Accessibility >

White on Black (Black on White)

Low Vision Settings Video

Tutorial:


Zoom

Settings > General > Accessibility >

Zoom > On


Zoom

Settings > General > Accessibility >

Zoom > On

Once Zoom is on, double tap with

three fingers to zoom 200%.

Double Tap with three fingers to

Zoom out.

Three Finger drag to move around the

screen.

Low Vision Settings Video

Tutorial:


Guided Access

Settings > General > Accessibility >

Guided Access

Allows you to ‘lock’ the iPad in one app and control

which features are available.


Guided Access

Settings > General > Accessibility >

Guided Access

Once guided access is turned on, go to the app where you want to use it.

Triple Click the home button.

Optional: Circle areas of the screen you want to

disable.

Press Start. You be prompted to set a passcode.

To Disable: Triple Click the home

button. Enter the passcode. Click end.

Scan to watch a video on

Guided Access.


Speech to Text

Siri - Available in iPad 3, iPhone 4S

+ and iPad Mini

Siri Dictation Key

When Siri is on, you will see the dictation

microphone key on the keyboard in any

application.

Scan to watch a video on Siri

and Voice Activation.

Press then Talk. Siri will convert

your speech to text.


Assistive Touch

Assistive Touch can be used with students who may have physical impairments and may find

traditional gestures difficult to use.

Settings>General

>Assistive

Touch>On

Touch this icon to

perform gestures such

as using the home

button. Click on

Device to adjust

volume or take a

screenshot.

Scan to watch a video on

Assistive Touch.


Accessibility Scavenger Hunt

What can you use in your classroom context?

Record your answers using Socrative.

Go to http://

m.socrative.com/

student/#joinRoom

Enter Room

Number

msholt1234


QR Codes


Watch Video:

How to create a QR Code

http://www.qrstuff.com


QR Codes

http://www.lexrich5.org/webpages/kogen/files/qr%20codes%20in%20the%20classroom.swf


http://qrvoice.net

• Creates a QR code to a voice recording.

• Enter typed text and it will be converted to

speech.

Saturn


Speech to Text-Dragon Dictation

Free

•Edit text by selecHng the keyboard icon aJer conversion.

•Copy and Paste text into other applicaHons

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Other Word Processing Apps

App Pros Cons Notes

Notes (Builtin

App)

Easy to use.

You can set them to sync with

your iCloud account.

Cannot open word or

PDF documents.

PaperPort Notes

(formerly

Noterize) (free)

Pages

(9.99)

Open PDF files; highlight text, add

sHcky notes, typed text and voice

recordings to pages. Import

images, documents and web

content. Share created notes by

email, dropbox or google docs.

Speech to Text

Open, create and edit Pages and

Word documents.

Share via email or “cloud”

Cannot open Word docs,

only PDFs;

Becomes unreliable with

very large PDFs.

Price.

QuickOffice

Pro

(19.99)

Open, create and edit PowerPoint

presentaHons, Word Documents and

Excel spreadsheets. Share via email or

“cloud”

Price.

Google

Drive App

(Free)

Links to Google Account . Easy to

use.

No PowerPoint


More Writing Supports

App Price Description

iReadWrite $19.99

iWordQ $24.99

Predictive Text App and word

processing

Text to Speech

Predictive Text App and word

processing

Text to Speech

ZenTap

Free

Pro Version

$1.99

Predictive Text App

Good for writing short texts. Works

on iPhone & iPod as well.

Abilipad 20.99

Predictive Text

Customizable keyboards

Slightly ‘awkward’


Speech to Text Not Working?

iTalk Voice Recorder App

Free

• Easy to use voice

recorder. Students

can record voice

and email the

sound file (aiff

file=can be played

in iTunes or

QuickHme).


Word Processing & Annotating

Documents or Images.

For the next activity, you’ll

need the Paperport Notes

app (Free)

Writing notes or annotating PDFs.

Built in Speech to Text.

Watch a video on using

PaperPort Notes:


PaperPort Notes

Select the T then click on the

page. The Tap & Speak button

will be above the keyboard.


How can I get

documents to the iPad?

• Upload to a webpage (class webpage).

• Email (open in...)

• Dropbox (Shared Folders)

• Google Drive (Shared Folders)

• Edmodo Class page


To download

The Volcano Diagram

http://erlc.wikispaces.com/iPadsInclusiveClassroom

Click on Download

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After hitting download, tap once anywhere on

the Volcano PDF. Tap on Open in... Notes


Annotate the Diagram

T - Add

Typed

Text

Draw,

Highlight,

Erase

Select the T then click on the

page. The Tap & Speak button

will be above the keyboard.


Paperport Notes-Other Features

Free

Once you have selected file or snapshot, you are re-­‐directed to the PaperPort Notes web-­browser.

• Type in the web site address.

• Locate your image or diagram.

Some images will allow you to tap on them and they will download automa/cally to your

note page. Others won’t. So…

• Select WebSnap

• Use your finger to draw a box around the image/diagram.

• Select Capture Selec/on

• Your image will be captured to your note and ready for you to annotate.


Paperport Notes - Other Features

Some images will allow you to tap on them and they will download

automa/cally to your note page. Others won’t. So…

• Select WebSnap

• Use your finger to draw a box around the image/diagram.

• Select Capture Selec/on

• Your image will be captured to your note and ready for you to annotate.


How can you use these

features & apps?


Tip:

• Tip: To save an image from the Safari or Google

App, long click on it and press save image. This

saves it into your camera roll.


Group Activity

• Use the app task card to complete the

activity. Please adapt the learning objective to

suit your classroom context.

• Consider how does this app supports diverse

learners in your classroom.

• What else could you use this app for?

Record your group’s ideas in a mindmapping

app such as Popplet lite

Idea Sketch

5 Groups

or

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Kid Picker App

$0.99


Grade 4 Social Studies:

4.1.2 - examine, critically, the physical geography of Alberta by exploring and reflecting upon the

following questions and issues:

What are the major geographical and natural vegetation regions, landforms and bodies of water in

Alberta (e.g., prairie region, forests, rivers, hoodoos, Rocky Mountains, oil sands)?

What are the significant natural resources in Alberta, and where are they located (e.g., mineral

deposits, coal, natural gas and oil, forests)?


Use the app Tellagami to create a 30 second

infomercial about a region of Alberta. Provide

some information on the landforms and/or

natural resources. Be sure to include an image of

the region as your background.

1. Scan the QR code to access images and information about the

regions of Alberta.

2. Gather information and save a background image to your

camera roll.

3. Use the app Tellagami to create a short animated infomercial

about the region. Export your Infomercial to the camera roll.


Tellagami

Preview

2. Choose a character

3. Choose emotion

(optional)

1. Choose a background

(from Library)

4. Record your voice or

add typed text that will be

read aloud.

5. Share - Press Save to save the video to your

camera roll


Grade 5 Science:

5-8 Observe, describe and interpret weather phenomena; and relate weather to the heating

and cooling of Earth's surface. Describe the effects of the Sun's energy on daily and seasonal

changes in temperature- 24-hour and yearly cycles of change.

• Use the plasticine models of the Sun and Earth to demonstrate the

Earth’s rotation and revolution around the sun.

1. Use the app StoMo (iPhone App) to film the animation.

2. Export the completed animation to the camera roll.

Extension: Add voice over and titles to your animation using a movie

editing app such as Splice iPhone App (Free).

Scan to watch a

video on the Earth’s

Rotation and

Revolution


StoMo iPhone App


Grade 9 Science:

* investigate and describe evidence of energy transfer and transformation (e.g., mechanical energy

transformed into electrical energy, electrical energy transferred through power grids, chemical energy

converted to electrical energy and then to light energy in a flashlight, thermal energy converted to

electrical energy in a thermocouple)

• Use the app Doceri to explain how a wind mill or wind turbine

produces energy.

1. Find an image or diagram of a wind turbine. You may use the one

linked to the QR Code or find your own image. Save this image to

your camera roll.

2. Open Doceri and insert the image. Record your voice and/or

annotate to explain how it generates energy.

3. Export your video to the camera roll.

Wind turbine Image


Doceri

Add image

Record Voice

and Screen cast

Pens and

Drawing tools

Undo and redo

New


Doceri- To save your video to the

Camera Roll

Select your recording

and drag to the

camera roll icon.


Grade 7 Social Studies

7.1.4 - assess, critically, the economic competition related to the control of the North

American fur trade by exploring and reflecting upon the following questions and issues:

• How did the First Nations, French, British and Métis peoples interact with each other as

participants in the fur trade?

• How did the fur trade contribute to the foundations of the economy in North America?

• Create a short video presentation outlining key aspects of the fur

trade. Use images and voice over in your presentation.

• Scan the QR Code for images and information.

1. Collect images and save them to your camera roll.

2. Use the app 30 Hands or Videolicious to

create your presentation.

Toward Confederation Images


New Presentation

30 Hands

New Presentation

Give Title and Add Slides

Skip this step

Choose your type of slide

(photo or draw)

Choose your

photos. You can

choose more than

one at a time.


30hands

Drag to re-arrange

your slides if

neccessary.

Tap on Begin

Recording

Record your

voice. Swipe

to move to

the next

slide.

Tap the arrow to

publish the video.

Save to camera

roll.


Videolicious - Free

Choose Shots > Camera Roll Select your images in order. Record your voice over.

Drag up the photos as

you record your voice.

Choose your music.


Digital Story Telling

Videolicious - Continued

Choose your music.

Preview & Save

Save

Give it a title

The video will be saved to your

camera roll.

You can also email out from

Videolicious.


Grade 5 Language Arts

Experiment with language

• experiment with words and sentence patterns to create word pictures; identify how imagery and

figurative language, such as simile and exaggeration, convey meaning

• Create a short dialogue between two characters using the Puppet

Pals (Free) App.

• You must include at least two similes, one metaphor and two

hyperboles.

• Export your puppet show to the camera roll.

• Extension: Use the app Pic Collage

illustrating different similes or metaphors.

to create a poster


Now Share your Project from

your iPad:

• Email - the Mail app must be configured on the

iPad

• Dropbox App

or Google Drive

Requires teacher to share folder with students.

• Class Blogs or Wikis

• Class Moodle Pages or Edmodo

• Manual Sync - Image & Videos will be imported

from the camera roll


Email Your Work

karla.holt@me.com

• You may be able to email directly from your

app.

• If not, save the project to your camera roll.


Share with Edmodo

• Requires edmodo accounts (no email necessary for

students)

1.Go to https://www.edmodo.com

Be sure to use Full Site for the first time you login.

imltdl

2.Click on I’m a Student. Enter

the code 4k4j3x and your info.

(No EMAIL)


Share with Edmodo Con’t

Once signed in as a student, you’ll be directed to our class page.

Turn in

Add a description,

then click on this icon

to upload your image.


Share with Edmodo Con’t

Once signed in as a student, you’ll be directed to our class page.

After choosing your

photo, select Turn in

Assignment.


Sharing Using the

Google Drive App

• Requires google accounts.

Uploads


Sharing Using the

Google Drive App Con’t

To share:


Sharing Your Photos

Note: Videos and photos in your camera roll can be manually

transferred to your computer through the iPad cable.

1. Plug your iPad into your computer.

2. If iTunes opens up, close it. DO NOT SYNC.

3. PC-The auto import from camera should appear.

Import images as you would from a digital camera.

Mac-Open iPhoto and import.


Apps for ‘showing

what you know’

Explain Everything

$2.99

Doceri - Free

Educreations-Free

Draw&Tell $2.99

Screen Chomp-free

Show Me- Free


Math example: Lattice Multiplication


Explain Everything

Explain

Everything

(2.99)

•Write, annotate images and

record voice.

•Your recording is saved in the

app.

•Can be exported to camera roll.

•can be exported to dropbox, gdrive,

etc.

•multipage


Doceri

•Write, annotate images and record voice.

•Your recording is saved in the app.

Doceri

(free)

•Can be exported to camera roll.

•can be exported through email, youtube

or facebook.


Draw&Tell

Draw&Tell

(2.99)

•Write, add clip art and record

voice.

•Can be exported to camera roll.

•Very easy to use.

•Most suitable for younger

children.

•Music gets annoying but can be

switched off.


ShowMe

ShowMe

(free)

•Write, annotate images and

record voice.

•Your showme is saved in the app.

•Must create an account to share

video with another person or

device.

•Cannot save to your camera roll.

•No text-just pens.

•One page only.


Screen Chomp

Screen Chomp

(free)

•Write, annotate images and record voice.

Your Screen Chomp is saved as a video.

•Share with other computers or devices by

Cannot save to your camera roll.

emailing/sharing the URL link to your

No text-just pens.

ScreenChomp.

•No account necessary.

•Cannot save to your camera roll.

•No text-just pens.

•One page only.


Educreations

Free

If you have an

educreations

account, you can

share links to your

lessons.

Without an account,

your lesson can only

be saved in the app.

•Write, annotate images and

record voice.

•Use multiple pages in your

presentation

•Your Educreation is saved in the

app.

•Must create an account to share

video with another person or

device.

•Cannot save to your camera roll.

•Example:

http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/

fractions-on-a-number-line-and-chart/886897/

gmail

BB22


Digital Story Telling


More Digital Story Telling Apps

Splice iPhone Video Editor (Free)

•iPhone/iPad/iPod

•Use images and/or video, voice over and music

•email, or export to camera roll

Reel Director - Video Editor $1.99

•iPhone/iPad/iPod

•Use images and/or video, voice over and music

•email, youtube or export to camera roll

SonicPics $2.99

•Put together images, title overlays and voice over.

•Email from app or use file sharing (uploads to a URL)

iMovie $4.99

•iPhone/iPad/iPod

•Use images and/or video, voice over and music, themes

•More complex, but still easy to use.

•export to camera roll, youtube, facebook and iTunes.


A few more...some just for fun...

App Pros Cons Notes

Sock Puppets

(free)

Simple to use.

Great for Second

Language Learning.

30 second limit

Puppet Show is only saved

in app; cannot be emailed/

exported in free version.

out.

Puppet Pals

HD (free)

Simple to use.

Create an animated

puppet show.

Puppet show can be

saved to camera roll to

be shared.

Limited amount of puppets

and backgrounds in free

version.

If you buy the Director’s Pass (2.99) you

can use your own photos as characters.

Toontastic

(free)

Students are guided

through the story wriHng

process as they create a

comic-­‐style story using

images and text.

Cannot export to camera

roll but can upload to

internet.

Advertising to buy all

access pass.


How would you use

this?


Reading Supports


Text to Speech Apps

Voice Dream

Lite (free)

Full (9.99)

vBookz PDF

$4.99

Built-in Voice Over


To Download a copy of a digital text:

http://erlc.wikispaces.com/iPadsInclusiveClassroom


Reading Supports


Reading Supports

Raz-Kids App (use with

Reading A-Z Subscription)

Reading A-Z subscription =

$89.95/classroom/year

One free book (app) per level (from

Language Technologies, Inc.)

http://books.readsmart.com/LAZ/free.html


Reading Supports

Tumble Books

Use the mobile site on iPad

or

Access the full site using a

web browser such as Puffin

to play the flash files.

http://www.perthunionlibrary.ca/tumblebooks.html


Vocabulary Supports


Flashcard Apps

SAS Flashcards - Free (Can add text, image and voice

prompts)

Chegg Flashcards iPhone app- Free (Can add text and

image; can access flashcards from Quizlet.)

Evernote Peek- Free (Can add text and image) Use your

smart cover and peek under it for the answers.


Story Writing Supports


Story Writing Supports

Scribble Press

$3.99

Book Creator

$4.99

Story Patch

$2.99


Scribble Press (3.99)

• Create books from scratch or from one of the templates.

• The templates provide a cloze passage to guide writing.

• Need a scribble press account to share with others.

These themes are for purchase.

Choose a category. All of them

(except blank book) have a cloze

passage to complete.

Click here to

start writing.


Scribble Press

Complete the

cloze or start a

Blank Book.

Draw, add images from the

camera roll or clip art. Text

can also be edited.


Scribble Press

Books are saved in the app. If you want to share it digitally you will need to

create a free scribble press account.

Click here to share book.


Story Writing Apps

App Pros Cons Notes

Scribble

Press ($3.99)

Story

Creator

(Free)

Story Patch

($2.99)

Book

Creator

($4.99)

• Create books from scratch or from one of

the templates.

• The templates provide a cloze passage to

guide writing.

•Stories are saved in the app.

•Lots of images and styles

• Create books from scratch .

•Allows Voice Recording.

•Stories are saved in the app.

•Can only access images in camera roll.

•Students write stories (either independently

or guided) using images and text.

•Lots of images

•Stories are turned into PDF to be shared via

email.

•Easy to use book creation app—created

book is sent to iBooks; add photos from

camera roll or internet, record speech and

add music.

• Must have a Scribble

Press Account (free) to

Share with others.

• Must have a login to

Facebook to share with

others.

•Price

• Can take screen shot

of pages.

• Can take screen shot

of pages.

Story Kit

(Free)

(iPhone App)

Story Spine

(free) iphone

app

•Create new books or use books pre-loaded.

•Edit text, paint and add audio files to pages.

•Upload stories to share. No account

needed.

•Good template for students who struggle

with generating idea.


•Slightly awkward to

use at first but easy

once you get used to it.

•Only one type of story

•Story must be copied and

pasted to another application,

like Notes to share/email to

teacher.


Apps for Articulation and

language development

Artic PCS Flashcards

ArtikPix Full


Specialized Apps


Scheduling Apps


MyHomework

Free

It is not necessary

to create an

account, but

students &

teachers can create

an account to

‘subscribe’ and

sync homework

assignments.


First Then Visual

Schedule $9.99

Click on your new

schedule to edit it.


First Then Visual

Schedule


Visual Cue Lite

• Create picture schedules and timers


Picture Scheduler

$2.99


Choice Boards

ChoiceBoard Creator

(Free)


Communication Apps

• Talking

Picture

Board 1.99

• Tap to Talk

(free

samples)

• Sounding

Board

(iPhone App)

Free


Communication Apps

Proloquo2go -iPad/iPod/

$189.99


Social Skills Tracking

AutismExpress (free)

Stories to Learn ($13.99)

Model Me Going Places (free)


APP


Subject Specific Apps: Three Lists

http://www.tcea.org/ipad

http://www.21innovate.com/top-apps.html

http://erlc.wikispaces.com/iPadsInclusiveClassroom

(GSACRD Recommended App List)

(and a few LA & Math apps are highlighed on the next slides)

Working in Grade (and/or Subject)

level groups, explore some of the

subject specific apps on these lists.

Be prepared to share an app (or two)

with us and how you could use it in

class.


Spellosaur

Free

Spelling

K-­‐4

LA Apps

Add your weekly spelling words and play

games to learn their spelling. Students can

also test themselves. Free Version limit=5

words at a Hme.

Spelling Magic

Free

Language

Arts

K-­‐2

Students drag lebers to spell simple words.

Image support.

Available for short vowels, consonant blends

Sentence

Builder

(Abitalk)

Photo Touch

Sight Words

Free

FREE

LA -­‐

Language

Arts

K-­‐2

Word recogniHon; Sentence

building

Students pracHce sight word flash cards. Levels

are

managed by teacher.

Spelling Bug

Free

Sight

Words

K-­‐2

Drag lebers to make a high frequency word.

Audio and image support.

Alphabet

Tracing

Free

Letter

formation

K-­‐2

Trace upper and lower case lebers and

numbers by following the train, truck or worm.

Follows alphabeHcal order but you can skip

through lebers.

ABC Alphabet

Phonics

Free

Letter

recognition

K-­‐2

Listen to the leber name then tap the

matching leber.

iWriteWords

Lite

Free

Letter

formation

K-­‐2

Trace upper and lower case lebers and

numbers by collecHng balls. An image of the

word appears once all lebers have been made.

My First

Words

Flashcards

Sight Words

Free

Free

Word

Recognition

Vocabulary

developme

nt

Sight

Words

Spelling

Word

recognition

Letter

Audio, image and text for each flashcard;

create your own vocabulary flashcards with

text, audio and images. Full version $1.99 with

1000 cards.

Pre-­‐Primer, Primer and Gr 1-­‐3 HFW included;

Students listen to word then trace lebers to

spell it.


Math Apps

Hungry Fish

Free

Math

K-­‐6

Mental + and -­‐

Learning

Money with

Leo

Free Money CounHng Money and much more

Basic Math

Free

Basic

Facts

Gr 1-­‐9

Review basic +, -­‐, x, and /. Choose

correct answer from 3 choices.

Simple Math

for Kids HD

Lite

Free

Basic

Facts

Gr 1-­‐4

* 3 levels of difficulty for each category.

* Choose between 5, 10 or 15 quesHons

per test.

Drill Math Word

Problems -­‐

Banana Math

Free

AddiHon

word

problems

Gr 1 – 3

Simple word problems. Chalkboard

area to work out problem. Choice of 4

answers.

Shape

Builder Lite

Free

Math

SpaHal

Awarenes

s

1-­‐6

Each puzzle has 5-­‐10 pieces that snap into

place on the silhouebe. Once the pieces are

in place the image is revealed along with a

voice recording and audio reward.

Factor

Samurai 2.99

Math Drills

Lite

Free

Prime &

Composit

e

Numbers

Factoring

Gr 4-­‐7

Math

Number

operaHon

s

K-­‐9

Slice the composite numbers into their

primes.

Students work with math operaHons on a virtual

chalkboard. Number line/tutorial support.

Full Version available for $1.99. hbp://

itunes.apple.com/ca/app/math-­‐drills/id302881525?

mt=8

With the full version, you can track up to 50 different students,

use different themes (not just chalkboard), set the number


APP

I will add the apps to the wiki page.


iPad Resources:

• http://www.schrockguide.net/ipads-in-theclassroom.html

• http://learninginhand.com/ipad/

• http://langwitches.wikispaces.com/iPad+Activities

• http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/26195

• http://www.spectronicsinoz.com/blog/tools-andresources/visual-support-apps-for-ipodipad/

• http://www.ipad-autism.com/category/ipad-apps-forautism/visual-schedules/


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