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Updated by Michelle Morley on Oct 02, 2018
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Word Study (Elementary)

iPad Apps to help support literacy.

Kids Doodle - Movie Kids Color & Draw

Word Work - Kids will enjoy practicing printing their words - can even share on their blog or portfolio.


Word Work - practice printing word families - share on blog or portfolio.

Pic Collage - Photo editor with effects and templates

Visualization Strategy - use a drawing app or students can draw on paper - students can capture each image and stitch it together using Pic Collage.

Explain Everything™ Interactive Whiteboard

This is a standard App for GSSD Schools. So many possibilities for this app in ELA. Students can write, record and share.

Word Clouds by

Word cloud is a great place for your students to showcase the words they know.

Skitch - Snap. Mark Up. Send.

Skitch can be used by the students to take photos and then annotate it

Popplet Lite

Popplet is a simple tool to capture and organize your ideas. With Popplet you can quick jot down your ideas and sort them visually. Students can search for words around the room, take pictures and categorize the words - these words begin with letter R, words with the "at" family.

Draw with Stars ! Play with Musical, Animated and Glowing Shooting Stars !

Inspired by Vincent Van Gogh's "Starry night" painting. This app allows you to draw with beautifully animated stars !

Students love this app to practice spelling words they know.


Built-in Camera

Built-in Camera

The built in camera on the ipad can be used to document student learning or to explore and guide learning.

Seesaw: The Learning Journal

Easily Capture Student Learning in Any Form
∙ Students can use photos, videos, drawings, text notes, links or PDFs to show what they know and store evidence in their digital portfolio. You can also import from 100s of other apps.
∙ When students add to Seesaw, content is uploaded, organized by student, and accessible from any device.
∙ Teachers can browse work from the entire class or for a single student. Optionally, use folders to organize work by subject area project, or assessment standard.
∙ Teachers can flag items in the digital portfolio for follow up or to review at parent-teacher conferences.