Monday, May 27, 2013

Nattie's Play!

As the iDevice family, everyone takes their turn sharing fun things they are learning and doing with one of our iDevices!

Today, our family share comes from the hands of our two and a half year old who loves to play a puzzle game called Toddler Puzzle Woozzle!

Try out this app on your iPad with your little toddle!  You'll be glad you did!

I made the movie using iMovie with the iPad after I took the video of Nattie playing with the app!
Signing off with Love,
Nattie and Mom

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Making Folders, Kameron Taught Me

 New device learning...Kam taught me how to do this.  One day, I was watching him play with the i-pod touch.  I was curious to know how he had so neatly arranged all of the apps he had picked into little folders.  So I got up the courage to ask, "Hey, Kam, how'd you get those apps together in that little box?"

He sweetly says, "Oh, mom, it's so easy!  You just drag two apps together and it makes a little folder-so you can put all the things that are alike together!"

"Brilliant Kam!  Thanks for showing me that!  I didn't know how to do that.  You rock!"

And so, my folder making began!
Here's a screen shot of just a few of my folders!

Happy folder making!

Hello, Nice to Meet You!

We are the I-device family!  I'm Amy!  I am a member of this family of devices.  We're here to share our learning about things that are happening in our house related to our i-devices (phone, pod and pad).  The goal of our blog is to get the stories out there in blog land and let the world know about our learning from our devices.  We will try to promote a new piece of learning twice a week.  Hope we can share things that you find helpful and productive when using your i-devices.  Happy new learning!

The first thing that I am going to share was new learning this week!  I learned how to take a screen shot!  All you have to do is click the power button and the home button at the same time!  That will allow a screen shot to be saved to your camera roll and viola!  You can now go in and edit the screen shot to capture a picture of something you deemed important from your i-device.  Thanks to The Mrs. Geeky who shared this during an ipad training session that I attended on Monday (5/13/13) @ Robinson CLC!

For example, here is a screen shot of  some recent tweets on my twitter feed!

Let us know how you use the screen shot to capture things you need or want to add to your camera roll.