Tech Tips #2.35
Week of May 18, 2015
Drawing apps allow students to not only draw, but they can use them for labeling, note-taking, mind mapping, and more.
Examples of Drawing by Students
Science lesson to illustrate a season. Summer drawing by 2nd Grade student using Hello! Crayon app. (via)
Science lesson to identify and label parts of the anatomy by 5th graders using Doodle Buddy app. (via)
NOTE: While the book talks specifically about the SketchBook app, the lesson ideas can be applied using a number of other FREE app options (some are listed below in the Get an App section).
Additional Lesson Ideas & Resources
- Linear Inequality Exploration by Jonathan Claydon
- iPad Graph Overlays by Jonathan Claydon
- Creative APP-Titude: iPad Activities for the Classroom by Karen Bosch
- Doodling in the Class! by Apex Visual Arts
- STEAM Art Lessons by Tricia Fuglestad
- Mixing Drawing & Photo with Sketchbook Express on the iPad video by Kyle Wood
- Additional Apps in the Classroom iBooks
Get an App
NOTE: The list below is a starting point, your students may find other drawing apps that they like better. Allow them to explore!