Technology in education is moving at a fast pace. As early childhood educators look for ways to integrate technology into their classroom, they find quality tools are scarce.
Pioneering immersive technology for kindergarten, the new Narrator AR app is a writing augmented reality App that uses the AR technology to animate handwritten letters off the page. It encourages children at this vital stage of early childhood education to engage the essential fine motor and cognitive skills associated with handwriting.
With simple and intuitive controls children choose a rocket or unicorn character to trace the letters they have written. The letters appear in augmented reality as a layer of almost magic rocket dust or rainbows over child’s original work.
Lü Interactive Playground transforms a space, like a typical school hall, into an ‘Interactive Playground for Learning’ using video projection, light & sound. It engages kids with captivating activities that transform learning into a fun, social and active experience. Lü comes with an ever-growing selection of educational applications updated frequently and automatically.
In the picture below, kids are learning a Math lesson but instead of holding pencils and papers, they are using colorful balls! The image projected on the wall shows a Math equation with six possible answers where kids have to do a mental calculation and throw the ball against the correct answer.
This EdTech tool definitely offers an outstanding learning experience for the students!
Grade 3 learners at Saint Mary’s Orthodox College (SMOC) in Lebanon wrapped up the Solar System unit through the augmented reality App Space 4D+ by Octagon Studio. They played the role of astronauts in observing the different planets of the solar system, their color, size and revolution around the sun.
This activity increased learners’ engagement and motivation. It also provided them with the chance to explore the planets in 3D and visualize them as they really are in space leaving behind an unforgettable experience!
Make this holiday season different by bringing life to your students’ greeting cards! Augmented Reality Christmas Card App lets your students experience the season of love through Augmented Reality. By pointing their tablet or mobile phone at the card, the illustrations on the cover will be animated with joyful music of the season!
Accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, and the solution to avoiding unpleasant surprises is prevention. RED CROSS is a kids safety app that teaches them to improve their safety by preventing accidents and learning the basics of first aid.
With this app, girls and boys will learn how to recognize everyday hazards they may come upon in different situations and places (at home, in the car, at the park, the beach, the pool, the countryside, etc.) and what steps to follow to prevent them, how and when to call 911 and how to provide assistance for different types of accidents.
RED CROSS – Accident prevention and first aid for children
Quiver is an AR coloring App that combines physical coloring with the augmented reality technology to bring teachers and students an extraordinarily magical experience! When students finish coloring the sheet, they can use the Quiver AR coloring App to animate its content!
Who said a colored horse cannot move?
How to use Quiver?
1- Print out your page from the Coloring Packs.
2- Color it with pencils, crayons, markers or paint.
3- Use the Quiver App to bring the page to life.