This page is dedicated to apps for the iPad that you can integrate into your classroom activities. Some of these are original and some are honestly borrowed from other educators.
Wordsalad - This FREE app creates word clouds in a quick, fast, fun way! Help students review vocabulary and combine this with Fotobabble and have them explain their word salad! What a great way to engage students in learning vocabulary, concepts, formulas, and more! So easy, no directions required!
Corkulous - This app is a sticky note app that allows the creater to create sticky notes on a cork style board. You can input sticky notes, labels, etc. The greatest feature is that it is free! Students can use this app to write notes and or study notes. Notes can be shared via mail, exported as a PDF file, Image or Board, saved as a photo or template, or it can be printed! For more information check out: http://www.appigo.com/corkulous
BingoBaker - Create free printable Bingo Cards with Bingo Baker (www.bingobaker.com). This is not an app, but you can create a bingo card and students can use their iPads to play the Bingo game. Directions: Directions for BingoBaker
QR Codes - Give students questions and then have them find answers by using QR Codes. The Redlaser app allows students to scan QR Codes to read codes. QR Codes can contain text, links to websites, pictures, videos, etc. They can be used for bingo games, scavenger hunts, posting homework, weekly agenda, giving notes, etc. You can create QR Codes at www.qrstuff.com for free. To create scavenger hunts I often use the following website: http://classtools.net/QR/.
Scavenger Hunt Activity Using RedLaser and QR Codes
Scavenger Hunt Activity QR Code Cards
DropBox or Posterous - These are 2 examples of programs that will allow your students to share their projects, assignments, etc. with you! Check out their sites: https://posterous.com/ and https://www.dropbox.com/.