iPad Scavenger Hunt

a photo-taking journey about the elements/principles of art

My fifth graders love this iPad project! It's a scavenger hunt, using the iPads to take pictures. After students are given instructions, we head outside to the playground area for about 10 minutes. This is generally enough time to get their 7-8 needed photos. Then, we come back inside and the students start creating their photo collages.
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Student examples:

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The apps we use:

Photocollage

This app is super simple to use - a great one for kids!

* Photo Collage is a powerful collage maker and photo editor for you to create amazing collages using your photos, fun stickers, backgrounds, text with cool fonts and frames.
* Photo Collage is the best collage maker and photo editor helps you combine multiple photos with various frame patterns and photo grids, then share them at a time!
* Photo Collage packs a simple design with a powerful photo editor to give you everything you could, and Collage your photos to be amazing!
* Photo Collage is an easy to use and all-in-one collage maker and photo editor!

Picsart

Another great app for photocollaging!

Creativity is more than just a photo filter—PicsArt provides you with everything you need to make amazing photo edits, artistic camera shoots, photo collages, create digital drawings, and communicate with other creatives who have joined our mission to beautify the world.