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Are iPads and tablets bad for young children? - theguardian

Are iPads and tablets bad for young children? - theguardian | Snezana Lindskog | Scoop.it
Paula Cocozza: Tablet ownership has more than doubled in the past few years – and as many parents are finding, children are highly proficient at using them. But are these devices harmful to their development?

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RJ Lavallee's curator insight, January 9, 2014 10:35 AM

Depends on the kid and how inplemented, right?

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Five Free iPad Apps for Elementary School Math Practice

Five Free iPad Apps for Elementary School Math Practice | Snezana Lindskog | Scoop.it

"Something about playing a game on an iPad can turn a simple series of math practice activities into a fun experience for students. The following five free iPad apps do a nice job of offering a fun way to develop and practice elementary level mathematics skills."

 


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Reg Corney's curator insight, January 10, 2014 4:49 PM

These sound great 

Paul Huebl's curator insight, January 10, 2014 5:15 PM

Good for maths @jadehill82 and @anderspearz 

Juan Rodríguez Silvar's curator insight, January 11, 2014 1:35 PM

Herramientas interesantes para "mates"

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ChatterPix - Create Talking Pictures on Your iPad - iPad Apps for School

ChatterPix - Create Talking Pictures on Your iPad - iPad Apps for School | Snezana Lindskog | Scoop.it

"ChatterPix Kids is a free iPad app that you and your students can use to turn pictures into talking pictures. To create a talking picture just snap a picture with your iPad or import a picture from your iPad’s camera roll. After taking the picture just draw in a face and tap the record button to make your picture talk. Your recording can be up to thirty seconds in length. Before publishing your talking picture you can add fun stickers, text, and frames to your picture. Finished Chatter Pix projects are saved to your camera roll and from there you can export it to a number of services including YouTube."


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