Students in Mrs. Wiggington and Mrs. Allen’s classes created Butterfly Life Cycle Digital Books after they hatched classroom butterflies. They used the app Book Creator. This app allowed them to add text, pictures, and audio to their books. They really did a very nice job! You can listen to them read their stories here:
There are two versions of each book: epub and pdf. The epub can be downloaded and read in iBooks (on an iPad or iPhone/iPod Touch) or any other ebook reader. The pdf can be downloaded on a computer and printed. Check them out below!
Students in Mrs. Bier’s writing class researched and wrote interactive Science books on various topics like electricity, rocks and minerals, and magnets! Along the way, the took videos and pictures and even completed science experiments.
There are two versions of each book: epub and pdf. The epub contains videos and audio and can be downloaded in iBooks (on an iPad or iPhone/iPod Touch) or any other ebook reader. The pdf can be downloaded on a computer and printed but does not have interactive features. Check them two examples below.
Students in Mrs. Clapper’s class used the Pic Collage app on the iPads to create an ABC book. They were each assigned a letter (a few did two), and then they took pictures of things in the classroom that started with that letter. They were so cute! Here’s a few examples.
I can’t post them all because most had students names and pictures on them. If you want to see all the letters, though, check with Mrs. Clapper or I. We’d love to show you!
It’s a new school year, and 2nd graders at Clearbrook have been discussing the rules for 2nd grade, their school, and their community. They used Pic Collage to make rule posters!
This was a great project for introducing how to use Pic Collage, for practicing working in groups, and for learning to transfer work using the dropbox app. I’m looking forward to see what other things they create with this app in the coming months!