The good news is that today it is FREE instead of it's usual price of $3.99 at the app store! Go get it if you don't have it!
I want to share my latest activity that I made using this app. It's a Part/Whole activity that features photographs of things we see in the fall.
Here's a glimpse of some of the pages:
This is how I made it. I took pictures of fall things that I saw around me and loaded them into my computer. When I edited them, I duplicated the originals, and then cropped each one to show just a part of the complete object.
I used PowerPoint to created the slides. It's a very easy process. First I chose a background color for the slides. Then I added a text box and a photograph to each one. My slides looked like this:
Next, I imported the slides into a new Tapikeo HD grid. You need to select them one by one from your iPhoto library, but it only takes a few minutes to complete an entire grid.
I chose to only include photos in this grid. I did not add text or record a sound, which made this project even easier.
The finished grid looks like this:
When you want to view your grid as a sequence of single pictures, you press Play on the bottom left of the screen. That's it!
Jean Eudes (the creator of Tapikeo HD) was kind enough to provide me with a link to share my grid with you. If you have the app and want to use my grid, you can find it here: http://bit.ly/RMhoDE
Are you new to my blog and are wondering what else I've done with Tapikeo HD? Check out these older posts:
You might even find some more free grids :-)