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Davey's Featured App Today:
"Solids Elementary" - It is worth projecting on to the Promethean Board! Check this out: http://goo.gl/De3Aa
Description from the iTunes Store:
When you run the app for the first time you will be able to choose what shapes you would like to explore, and once you do that you are presented with an interface that allow you to dissect any chosen shape.
With the tools given to you will understand how a shape is constructed, and what are the basic elements that makes it.
This tool is ideal for:
- Kids: put them in front of the iPad with Solids, and let them loose. Their curiosity will take over, and while playing they will start to understand how the building block of the chosen shape is made.
- Academic: teachers can easily use Solids to make their classes more engaging by capturing the imagination. Since seeing is believing - kids will understand geometry faster, especially if they will be allowed to play with the app itself.
Remember: if you have an iPad 2, or higher, you can connect the device to a projector or external display. It will then be more easy to share the experience in a class or big group.
With Solids Elementary you can grasp the basic understanding of the most basic shapes that exists in geometry.
What are your favorite elementary iPad apps?