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Make A Scene

You are never to old to Make a Scene! This set of iPad apps are pretty clever for assisting our younger students in creating their own pictures based on common themes. The apps are actually categorized as games because kiddos drag and drop images onto the background while music plays and a speaker says the name of the object aloud. Beyond the cutesy nature of these apps, I think the natural connection is to writing. Students can write a story or tell a story based on the pictures made. You can tie in habitats, animals, and science with many of the Make a Scene themes. There is even one for Fairy Tales when you begin reading and exploring literature. The Farm app is free and the others are a small fee. With many of you in Summer School programs during the next few months, I thought these might work with some of the topics you are teaching. So go ahead… Make a Scene!

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