Mobile Apps

for a K-12 classroom


What is it? Videolicious Enterprise allows users to create video productions in seconds on their iPads. Simply tap and talk and record your video. Users have access to editing tools and a web dashboard to review, approve and publish their videos.

How can it be used? Students can use Videolicious as part of an assignment requiring a video creation. During a gymnastics lesson, students can film each other completing exercise and drills to be assessed.

StoryKit App:

What is it? StoryKit App is a free app that children can use to edit and customize classic storybooks, and they can also create their own books. They have the option to type text on pages, take photos, attach photos and draw on the pages.

How can it be used? During a Language Arts lesson, have students recreate an ending to a classic picture book (i.e. “Three Little Pigs”) using the StoryKit App.


What is it? Voicethread is a sharing tool that users can add images, documents and videos to while others can add voice, text, audio file and video comments.

How can it be used? Students can use this app as part of an assignment. Students create their own poem and record themselves with the audio feature. Later, they make comments on other students’ uploaded poems with the comment feature.

Journal Jar:

What is it? An app that generates random topics for journal entries when the device is shaken.

How can it be used? Teachers could utilize this app to help generate topics for student journal writing. When students are struggling to come up with their own topic, they would benefit greatly from this app.

Bubble and Pebble Story:

What is it? A digital book inspired by students, drawn and animated by students and told by students. This app can enhance engagement and make the story fun. It is a first of its kind created by children.

How can it be used? Students can interact with the story by reading along with the characters while improving their listening and reading skills.

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