Here are some iPad apps that may interest you. Some may had free versions if you’d like to try them out first. I don’t remember which ones I paid for and which ones were free.
ScreenChomp – A blank sketch pad for writing ideas and recording, then use to play back.
Toontastic – allows students to create their own storyboard with their own drawings, recording and even adding dramatic music. It takes them through the steps of a story such as setup of story, conflict, challenge, climax and resolution. Very cool!
PBS Kids – Kids cartoons, such as Curious George, Cat in the Hat, Arthur and many more.
Drawing Pad – A blank sketch pad for students to drawing. Art features include all sorts of colors: crayons, paper type, insert own pictures, brushes, pencils, markers, stamps, stickers, color pencils and more. Ability to email, print, share onto Facebook, Twitter, or the album.
NASA – All things related to NASA from solar system, rockets, videos, pictures, news, etc. Want to learn about NASA, this is a cool app.
SkyView – For the astronomers out there. Great app which allows you to view the sky during the day or night and all the celestial objects there are. One can see the path the planets, sun or moon takes and even where they will be. Want to know where the satellites are, this app will show you. Amazingly fun for kids and adults.
Google Earth – See the world from afar or up close. Use Google Earth to explore the world. Great for geography.
BrainPop – Variety of movies in math, science, social studies, art, music, health, PE, and english. Tim and Moby will help explain concepts in a fun and visual format. There are even quizzes to test your knowledge.
Science 360 – video and pictures media in a cool 360 view of all sorts of interesting science facts, stories, discoveries. Amazing pictures.