Green Screen Instructions Using the DoInk (iOS)

Green Screen Instructions Using the DoInk (iOS)

Your students can enter a whole new world of filming and creating, using a green screen! Make commercials, reenactments, perform reader's theaters, or just have fun...using the iOS Green Screen app by DoInk. This instructable includes simple instructions to use the app. No need for you to spend time to figure out how to make it work. Give this instructable to your students and watch the magic happen on their iPads or iPhones....or try it yourself! Don't have a green screen? No problem! Use a piece of green butcher paper and you're ready to go! Great for students of any age and even a fun staff activity! Please note: I have no affiliation with DoInk. It's just a great app and one of the most child-friendly green screen apps I've found. Enjoy!
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Inquiry-Based  Project Lesson Template

Inquiry-Based Project Lesson Template

Would you like to launch a Product-Based Learning activity but not sure where to start? This is a simple template that will help you or your students create Artifacts or Products that are created by a driving question. This template was created specifically to fit all grade levels.
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iPad Care & Reminders for the Classroom

iPad Care & Reminders for the Classroom

Need rules for iPad care and handling in your classroom? Here you go! This is a simple reminder for students to use care when learning with an iPad. It even reminds them to help others learn too!
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Text Features Mini-Book

Text Features Mini-Book

Teaching text features in the primary grades can be difficult. Use this mini-book printable to allow students to create their own book full of text features. Students will illustrate and describe places in the school, such as the library, gym, and office, complete with a glossary in the back!
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Advertising & Media

Advertising & Media

This is a collection of three activities to help children understand advertising and media. Included is a blank activity, which will allow them to seek out an advertisement, then explain it intended purpose, audience, and features. Extend this activity and allow your students to create their own advertisements and present them to the class!
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