Exploring a color app for the iPhone (and iPad). Children are given a colour to look for around the house or outside. They can then take a photo of the object they have found that matches the colour….add a time limit for fun team work and to create excitement! Find out more on my blogspot 

http://exploringthroughplay.blogspot.nl/2012/10/colours-app-for-ipad-and-iphone.html

Exploring a color app for the iPhone (and iPad). Children are given a colour to look for around the house or outside. They can then take a photo of the object they have found that matches the colour….add a time limit for fun team work and to create excitement! Find out more on my blogspot

http://exploringthroughplay.blogspot.nl/2012/10/colours-app-for-ipad-and-iphone.html

We have had the Ipad blocks for about a year now (the free packaging that sandwiches each IPad when it is bought) and they are still as popular now as they were when we first introduced them. And with relatively few casualties despite them being trodden on from time to time! We have had them out every day this week and what I love is that the play and constructions change each time they are out :-)

On the first day the dinosaurs were in a multi-storey car park…in the next session they were at a theme park and mixed the long wooden blocks in with them to make slides. There has also been a castle this week and a mountain leading up to a volcano… Fab imaginative play for next to no money (well aside from someone having bought the IPads of course, but you get what I mean!!!)

I love the precision with which the blocks have been aligned in the top picture and the dinosaurs peeking out in between in the second!

Our school recently bought some iPads and the IT guy thoughtfully saved the packaging for us! We have had them two weeks now and the children have had a ball, building, constructing and imagining! And the best thing is that they are robust enough to withstand group play :-)

Our school recently bought some iPads and the IT guy thoughtfully saved the packaging for us! We have had them two weeks now and the children have had a ball, building, constructing and imagining! And the best thing is that they are robust enough to withstand group play :-)