Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Pic Collage

Hi, everyone! It's Farrah, from ThinkShareTeach to share this great little FREE photo collage app that I found. What can you do with a photo collage app, you ask? We made collages of opaque, transparent, and translucent objects yesterday. It was so much fun to see the kids learning the "tricks" of the app and showing one another, not to mention seeing them figure out which items to take pictures of. Here are a few examples of their work:

This was such a fun learning activity, and the app is really simple to use. When students open it, this screen appears:

The stickers, text, and background options were pretty popular with my kiddos. Items on the page can be turned and sized using the standard pinching gestures. Once finished, students emailed their collages to our class email account. I can't wait to use this again soon! Some ideas I have are to make collages of:
  • real life examples of planes (we're starting geometry soon)
  • acute, obtuse, and right angles around our school
  • items that are insulators
  • items that are conductors
  • equivalent forms of money ($1.00 shown in several different ways)
Have you ever used this app or one like it in your class? Please comment and share an idea!
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  1. Thank you
    I love trying new apps!

  2. I love, love, love this app! It's so easy to use, even for my first graders!! :)


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