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Hands On Letters and Numbers with Doodle Buddy When I first began learning to write my letters and numbers, I must have gone through an entire tree worth of paper as I practiced tracing and then writing them on my own. Now, with your iPad your students can practice their letters, numbers, spelling and handwriting while leaving a forest of trees intact. Here’s how I would approach this apptivity: Safari 1. Using Safari on the iPad, navigate to Super Teacher Worksheets (www.superteacherworksheets.com).
The new iPad has gotten a lot of people excited. As a “mac person” I am happy to see Apple come out with yet another cool product that goes beyond typical computing. There are many different ways that an iPad can be used as a tool for educators and students (of all abilities) to use in the classroom, as well as a source of fun and learning at home too! Even where we are located, in rural Minnesota, it is exciting to hear that some small, local schools are purchasing iPads for their students.