It is this simplicity that makes it a great tool in the classroom. I am constantly trying to demonstrate how using the iPad should save you time and Flipagram is a great example - taking moments to create an engaging slideshow.
I have previously blogged about a couple of ideas of using Flipagram in the classroom, but I want to share a few more -
1 - Use it to make a #ReadingSelfie video!
Pass the iPad around the classroom and ask the children to take a selfie of themselves with their latest reading book, use Flipagram to add music and create a video that you can share for all to see what books are popular in your class.
3 - Create a recount video of a school trip/event.
Rather than spend time uploaded individual pictures of a trip to the school blog, put them all into a Flipagram video and upload that. The narration option also allows children to explain and recount ever part of the trip.
11- Use it to create a Stop motion animation!
The completed animation Team 1 created today! @ICT_MrP pic.twitter.com/ncl9lUi9qL
— Horn's Mill Primary (@HMillSchool) March 26, 2015