Suitable for: All year levels
MTPS Licenses: 128 ios
Platform: IOS (iPad), Android
Being used by PP3 and Room 1
Create video slide shows, adding narration and text. Videos can be up to 30 minutes long and can include up to 100 images. Kids can choose images from the camera roll, the Library of Congress, maps, the MOMA, the British Library, NASA, and NOAA, as well as from Flickr and Web searches within the app. They then scroll through and zoom in on images as they narrate their slide shows, and they can add text or clip art. Videos are automatically saved to the device’s camera roll and online, are accessible via a direct link, and can be shared through social media.
SHADOW PUPPETS EDU is chock-full of resources, all in-app, so kids can quickly and easily create impressive slide shows. It’s intended for educational use and includes resources galore for teachers. And, although kids are searching resources that could include objectionable content, the filters are locked down pretty well.
AMAZE takes the awkward out of sex ed. Real info in fun, animated videos that give you all the answers you actually want to know about sex, your body and relationships.
Here is a link to You Tube channel Get Sqiggling. I saw it at a Wandina PL and
it looks great for K/PP. Letters, drawing and other stuff.
Useful site for creating a variety of worksheets, particularly to give a focus when researching. Probably suited to middle and upper and also Education Assistants.
Kids wiggle. GoNoodle gets the wiggles out, so we can keep on learning. GoNoodle gives us over 100 physical activity videos and games –
including dancing, running, jumping, stretching, deep breathing, and more – and helps students channel their abundant energy. After we take a
quick break with GoNoodle, we’re better able to focus on learning.
GoNoodle is great when:
- we’re transitioning from one subject to another
- we’re feeling stressed or anxious
- we can’t sit still
- we’ve had a great day and need a rest
The NOVA website has been pioneering new forms of web-original content since it debuted in early 1996. NOVA’s online presence amplifies the impact of its programs, with a website that attracts well over a million visitors each month, and with audiences on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and more. NOVA’s mission is to make science accessible to viewers so that they can better understand the world around them.