iPads in the Early Years

Learning, Teaching & Exploring with iPads @ Laburnum PS

Minibeast Adjectives

1T have been very busy using Safari and PicCollage to produce creative displays of minibeasts and adjectives that describe them!

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Explain Everything

Students in 1M are using Explain Everything to complete a series of slides containing drawings, videos, photos and recordings to share their knowledge of spiders!

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Handwriting with iPads

Today for handwriting I modeled tricky letters such as r, d and k on the Interactive Whiteboard. After explicitly modeling the formation for each letter the students engaged in 1:1 iPad handwriting on the application ‘Doodle Buddy’. The students were extremely engaged and did fabulous letter formations for these tricky letters. After approximately 15 minutes of handwriting on the iPads the children went off to complete handwriting with writing pencils at there tables and to my amazement did the best letter formation to date!

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Puppet Pals

Learning about narrative writing with Puppet Pals today.

Helena shows us how – after only 10 minutes experience with the app. Click the link below!

Puppet Pals with Grade 1M

 

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Grandparents day

Great to see so many Grand-parents and special friends able to visit the Prep area this morning. The students were very proud to show them around. I even saw one prep student asking her grand father to Be Quiet as they walked past the library – seems those reminders are working!

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ShowME

This great app is allowing our students to Show Us exactly what they know about books they read. The student who created the video below was supported to demonstrate her ability to read punctuation and phrasing through her use of voice, tone and pauses. She does a fantastic job of bringing the story to life – have a look to see what you think!

 

 

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