Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Children's Book Week- Adobe Voice and Haiku Deck

This week was Children's Book Week
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There was a lot going on the Media Center this week form state testing to practice Battle of the Books but we were sure to celebrate.

Kindergarters, First, and Third Graders use Adobe Voice to take pictures of books and explain why they liked them.  

Adobe Voice is a free app that allows you to easily record your voice to share a story to give information.   There are a lot of choices for images or you can take your own.  The app add "cinematic motion" and a soundtrack to give it a final touch the students really love.

First Graders:

Second Graders used Haiku Deck to share their favorite books.  They typed the title and why they like the book.  Then students used the large range of images to find one that matches the book.

This great project idea was from Shannon Miller at Van Meter Library. Everything she does with her students is just amazing. Van Meter Library Voice

Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app

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