Color Uncovered is a fascinating app for iPad put out by The Exploratorium in San Francisco. The app is billed as an “interactive book,” and features experiments kids can perform on their own, investigating optical illusions, light, and color.
In this edition of sAppurday, we’ll look at Paper, a beautiful writing and drawing app. As soon as I started doodling with Paper, I immediately wanted to use it in class as on the overhead. The problem, of course, is how to get the iPad screen onto my LCD projector. I’ll show you how I accomplished it.
Hopefully you’ve tried out Google Reader, my favorite source for classroom inspiration, and are conveniently subscribed to dozens (or hundreds!) of useful sites. Now let’s check out some apps for iPhone and iPad that integrate the Google Reader experience.