3rd Graders App Smashing on International Dot Day

On International Dot Day, as we discussed how students could “make their mark” (both artistically and by helping others), the 3rd graders were asked to draw a dot using the Drawing Pad app. They could make their dot any way they chose. The next step was to brainstorm what they could do to help someone else; whether it be a family member, a teacher, a classmate, etc.

The children then pulled their drawing into the ChatterPix Kids app. This is a super-easy app that allows the user to record short narration, add text/stickers, and save to the camera roll. The students drew a “mouth” on their dot and recorded how they would help others. Each video was air dropped to the teacher iPad where all were combined to create a class video in iMovie.

FullSizeRender(4)Here are a couple of student samples:

This was a fun way to help the students practice their creativity on International Dot Day!

Links to the Class Videos:

4 Comments on 3rd Graders App Smashing on International Dot Day

    • Karen Arrington
      October 13, 2015 at 8:01 am (3 years ago)

      I LOVE what your students did! Their drawings are amazing and what they wrote is caring and thoughtful. Thanks for sharing!!

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    • Karen Arrington
      December 29, 2015 at 12:20 pm (3 years ago)

      I like ChatterPix Kids because it has more kid-friendly stickers than ChatterPix. It doesn’t look like either version of ChatterPix is available for Android tablets; so far, only through Apple’s App store.

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