Clip Art, Stamps

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Faces iMake Lite

I used this application with a middle school multi-handicapped classroom as we were talking about different body parts and feelings. We looked at the pictures on the Flickr Faces I Make Gallery using the SmartBoard. Then individual students used words, symbols, or a communication device to tell me how to make unique facial creations. We started with just the food library. I like how the banana can be rotated to be happy or sad. Next time this activity can be extended to include toys, tools, school items, buttons and even letters (rotating the "C" or "D" can also make a happy or sad face). I wish that I could resize the items, so I may upgrade to Premium version for $1.99.

Submitted by: Deanna Wagner
Additional ideas/comments from others:
This app is a wonderful value. When I looked lately I found the update added letters, which means you can also use it for making words!