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Two Good Apps for Creating Stop-motion Videos on Android Phones

Stop-motion video apps can provide students with a good way to bring their stories to to life. Through stop-motion your students can create fun, non-fiction stories to animate in Gumby-like fashion. Your students can also use stop-motion to create a timelapse of a process or event. The following two apps offer good platforms for making […]

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Now You Can Change Page Layout in Google Docs for Android

This week Google added a feature to the Docs Android app that should have been there long ago, the option to change your page layout. Within the app you can now change your page orientation from portrait to landscape, change the page size, and change the page color. Other updates to the app include the […]

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Moose Math – An App for Primary Math

Moose Math is a cute app from Duck Duck Moose and Khan Academy. The app is designed to help young students learn how to count, how to add, and how to subtract. The setting of the app puts students in a “moose city” that they are trying to build by completing five levels of mathematics […]

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Three Android Apps That Help Students Search the Web

Students might forget their lunches, their gym shoes, and their homework assignments when they leave their houses in the morning, but they never forget their mobile phones. We can help students put those mobile devices to good use through the use of mobile search apps. Google Goggles is a free Android app that lets students […]

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Kiwi Corner – Great Ideas and Directions for Hands-on Projects

Kiwi Corner is a free Android app that offers a huge catalog of ideas for hands-on arts & crafts projects and simple kitchen science projects. You can discover projects in Kiwi Corner in a few ways. First, there is a daily project suggestion that you’ll see when you open the app. Second, you can browse […]

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