The hAPPy Friday app last/this week is Stick Around -- a program that can be used to make sorting, labeling, or matching puzzles. Ed-Tech extraordinaire, Ashley Pampe at Barton Creek Elementary, shares more about this app on her blog. And she created/shared a couple of great handouts as well (here and here). Check it out!
The talented Eanes Elementary Ed Tech, Debbie Smith, shared Post-it Plus -- a great app for capturing post-it notes you can then sort! See app integration handout HERE. Students in our News Team have even used Post-it Plus to keep track of their story script writing for their special interest stories on Big Buddies/Little Buddies. Try it yourself and see what you think!
Another app to support vocabulary growth for students in grades 3 - 5 is the World's Worst Pet. Bridgepoint Ed Tech shares more about this app on her blog and in this app integration sheet. Check it out and let us know what you think about this additional support for practicing Tier Two words
Our hAPPy Friday app sharing this week reviews Draw & Tell HD -- an app younger students can use for drawing and simplified animation. Whether exploring color and pattern combinations in the coloring-page section, drawing their own images, or creating mini-animations with movable "stickers" and voiceover, this app offers many open-ended exploration opportunities. For more info on how to integrate this app in your classroom, check out the app integration handout.