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Art Apps

Music Apps

Group Piano Playing (Teresa/Heidi)


Free Piano Music! First Pieces

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

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


Social Studies Apps

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

Pick Me! Buzzer- .99

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.


Science Apps

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


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

Weather Bug App

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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