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Michelle Appelman

Dabbleboard and Photo Story 3 - 18 views

Both of these websites seem really great and appropriate for early childhood. I really enjoyed learning about Photo Story. It seems like a great project for students. I loved the fact that they can...

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Brittany Milner

Kerpoof® - 8 views

shared by Brittany Milner on 14 Oct 09 - Cached
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    Open-ended drawing and story creation for children.
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    Kerpoof is all about having fun, discovering things, and being creative. Use kerpoof to make artwork, make an animated movie, make a printed card, t-shirt, or mug, tell a story, make a drawing, etc!!!
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    Kerpoof Studio is a website for children to create books, cards, drawings, movies, or a picture. It is sponsored by the Walt Disney Company, but is not Disney themed. It is easy to navigate and very child friendly.
Caroline Kennedy

Sketch Swap - 2 views

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    Children can create their own sketches and illustrations. Very simple and easy to use.
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    Very simple and easy. Recommend for younger, new computer users. Good practice of mouse/pointer manipulation while expressing creativity.
Caroline Kennedy

Tate Kids Home - 1 views

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    Tate Kids allows children to create artwork, games, videos, etc.
Caroline Kennedy

YouthLearn - 1 views

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    Great way for teachers to incorporate digital skills into the curriculum. Offers planning guides, teaching techniques, activities and projects for teaching computer graphics and image editing.
Brittany Waltz

Snapfish in the classroom - 6 views

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    Snapfish has a really neat way where teachers and parents can communicate with each other by posting thier pictures to a secure room. It is a really great way for parents to share pictures of their vacations, outings, or fun adventures they experience with the class. There is also a way that parents can take their child's artwork and turn it into calendars, purses, etc.
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    Snapfish is an online place to print, share, and create with your digital photos. Post and share your photos with a group, class, team, or club. All photos and students' work can be posted and published in one convenient room. This is a great way for teachers, parents, and students to get to know one another by sharing their photos, in a safe and secure room. There are also great tips and ideas for taking pictures, projects, and gifts.
Kahlin-Ivie Hilliard

Mr. Picasso Head - 3 views

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    With this site you can create a face using various types of eyes, noses, lips, ears, eyebrows and hair. Once you have created a face you can manipulate it by scaling it up or down, rotating or flipping it. You also have the option to save your picture and email it to friends and family. Overall, I think this is a good site for children to explore creative technology. My biggest concerned was I could not find a statement on who the target audience was. For this reason be sure to carefully watch children when they are at this site.
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    I really liked and enjoyed this website! I liked the freedom to personalize the face I was creating. With the editing tools of color and scaling up and down, I was able to create numerous completely different faces. I think this activity could be great for older children and could let them explore all of the options online art sites can offer.
LaToya Wilkerson

Drawing For Children - 1 views

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    i was not able to download it since it states that it is for PCs and I have a Mac.
LaToya Wilkerson

Online Art Activities - 0 views

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    I don't promote coloring book pages. I believe we can develop the children's creative expression more by encouraging them to draw their own pictures.
LaToya Wilkerson

Tux Paint - 0 views

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    Site for creating artwork and images ideally for children ages 3 to 12. Anyone can access and download the application for free from the website (tuxpaint.org). The application has special features to engage children, including sound effects when tools are selected and used, and a cartoon displayed in the corner to give help and hints. The drawing tools that are available for children to use are paint brush, rubber stamp, line tool, shape tool, text tool, special effects (magic) tools, eraser, and undo. Also, teachers and children can easily open, save, and print creations.This program could be used in an early childhood setting to help children work on fine motor skills by using the mouse on the computer. It can also foster creativity because the children are allowed to create whatever they want, however they want, and there is no limit on the amount of pictures that can be created. I would use this program in centers in the early childhood setting so that children could get equal opportunity and assistance, if needed.
Alicia Caldwell

Dabbleboard: The Whiteboard Reinvented - 3 views

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    Dabbleboard is an online whiteboard that allows users to visualize, explore, communicate, create, and share their work. Users can chose from two ways of drawing: freehand or computer-recognized shapes. Either way, users can create a multitude of pieces. Dabbleboard can be especially helpful for students. They can create flow charts, organizational charts, or mind maps to process school topics. As well, they can create comic strips, mark on uploaded pictures, or freehand drawings to accompany an original story. There is also a collaborative feature, that allows users to voice and video chate, share with or browse the public library, or send the link of their creation via the web. There are endless possibilities for students to express their creativity using Dabbleboard.
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    This can be a great graphic organizer to help students study for tests and communicate while doing projects.
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