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One way not to use an iPad...



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Art Apps

Music Apps



Group Piano Playing (Teresa/Heidi)


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Free Piano Music! First Pieces



Sketch Mee Lite (Fun photo editing for creating interesting works of art for student projects) (Teresa)

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Sketch Mee Lite


  • Take a photo of either yourself or an object

  • Use the Sketch Mee Lite App to change the photo into a drawing and then save to photos and email it to yourself.

  • Open in your email

  • Note* One quirky thing with this app is that when you tap on a choice in a menu, you must continue to hold with your finger to keep it open and slide your finger to choose an option




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Social Studies Apps


Pick Me Buzzer (Buzz in Trivia Activity with any Question Set)

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Pick Me! Buzzer- .99

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Constitution for iPhone


  • Form groups of 4 people

  • One person has one of our Dept. iPod Touches with the Pick Me Buzzer App Open on it (in the Teacher Tools Folder)

  • The other group members will open the US Constituion App

  • The Host will start the game

  • Each group will "Enter Game" and click on the Host's iPod when they see it

  • The Host will ask a question pertaining to the US Constitution (1 ea. from the first 5 Articles and one additional question about the signers)

  • Each Group will search using the US Constitution App to find the answers to the questions

  • Buzz in when your group feels they have the answer. Give your answer. If it is correct, move to the next question. If incorrect, others may buzz in.





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Science Apps



Create A Graph is a Website that can be set as a desktop icon (Create bar, pie, line graphs and more)

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Use Create-A-Graph with any content area where you would like to graph information.


Weather Bug App

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Weather Bug


Science Content Activity: Create a double line graph that documents high temperatures of two cities (SLC and St. George Utah) for the week of Feb. 13-17 2012.

  • Work in pairs

  • One participant opens Weather Bug App to find data for each of the two cities. Add both cities to the app. (you can compare any two cities you want to)

  • One participant opens the Create-A-Graph website that was set as an icon

  • Work together to create a double line graph documenting the high temps for SLC and St. George or whatever two cities you have chosen for the next 7 days.

  • How could students find information that would help them in answering the essential question below?

  • Email the Graphs to one of the instructors

  • Also take a snapshot of the graph that could later be used in a project

  • Share Graphs


Essential Questions:

  • How can two cities that are close to one another have such different temperatures?

  • What other differences will you find in these two cities because of their unique climates?



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