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Step by Step on how to lock your kids into apps on your iPhone/iPad/iPods! No more getting into things they are supposed to be in!
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In the Art Hunt lesson, which uses the Art Authority app, students ages 5 to 10 learn the elements of art, demonstrating their understanding through drawing. They start with a scavenger hunt through 1000+ major artists, looking for paintings that showcase line, color, shape, value, texture, and space within a virtual museum of classic art. Once identified, they illustrate key elements in a drawing of the word “art.” For more lesson ideas, download this free book: http://apple.co/ArtAuthority
Classroom Tour 2014-2015 - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
Whew…it happened. I got to a happy place in the room today. I hope it will be a wonderful space for my incoming first graders. Before we start with the zillions of pictures let me just say that there is very little content on the walls to start. All the blank spots are meant for […]
Artsonia iPad Upload Station is complete. Directions to the left explain step by step how to use the student iPad mode for uploading their artwork. Students scan their projects QR code on the key ring and it takes them straight to the upload step one!! Change out white roll paper as needed. Students can take photo hanging on wall or from above by placing on the counter.
Watercolor Leaves on Your iPad in Procreate
Hi everyone, I've been planning this class for a long time so I'm glad to finally be able to click publish! The class is all about how to use Procreate on your iPad to create watercolor leaves that look like real pigment on paper. Everyone who takes the class, gets my free watercolor brushes for Procreate! I love painting watercolor leaves on paper, but honestly, I prefer working on my iPad now that I have my techniques down pat. I wasted so much paper when I used real watercolors because…
Apps for the Art Classroom - The Arty Teacher
Apps for the Art Classroom. I’ve been teaching with iPads for a number of years now & I thought I’d share what Apps I’ve been using & found success with.
So you’re starting to think about animation…
If you're considering using iPads for animation for the first time but don't know where to start, my advice is simple - DO start! It's never been easier to
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iPad Art - Words and Landscapes - Manipulating Traditional Art with an iPad
Have I mentioned how much I love iPads? Once or twice :) This first semester we've been enjoying our 6 iPads in my art rooms. Students have to take turns or work in groups but they don't seem to mind. They all love working with them. We will be working on creating original works directly on the iPad soon, but for now we have been using them to transform our traditional works in a few different ways. The first example of this is adding words to the Grant Wood inspired Landscape Collages…
iPad in the Classroom!
I am sooooo excited to say that I now have an iPad to use in my room! Well, it's not just mine but I'll explain that. I found a website call...
5 Free Tools for Creating Animations in Your Browser or On Your Tablet
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