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From Orange: Using I-Pads in a Special Needs Ministry #OC12

April 25, 2012

Meaghan Wall led a great workshop on how to use an iPad as a tool in special needs ministry.  Meaghan covered a number of “do’s” and “don’ts” with the iPad.  She introduced some of her favorite apps and gave great advice on how not use the tool.  Meghan introduced the Big Grips frame that she uses to protect the iPads used in her church’s special needs ministry.   Below is the contact information to obtain one of your own:

KEM Ventures, Inc.

Makers of Big Grips Frame™ for iPad

Toll Free (888) 456-7047

www.biggrips.com

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Here are some iPad apps that the audience members shared as their favorites (many are not necessarily Bible-related).

  • ABC’s and Me
  • American Girl
  • Angry Birds
  • Barbie
  • Bejeweled
  • Bob Books App
  • Buddy Bear Lite
  • Child’s Bible
  • Cookie Doodle
  • Cookie Marker
  • Doodle Buddy
  • Dora ABC’s
  • Draw Something
  • Drop Box
  • Evernote (Notes for phone and goes to your computer)
  • Falling Stars
  • Feel Electric
  • Fluid 2
  • Fluidity
  • Fruit Ninja
  • Garage Band
  • Glo Bible
  • Leap Frog
  • Mad Math
  • Mahjong (Tile Matching Game)
  • Map My Bun
  • Monkey Lunch Box
  • Mr. Giggle
  • My Fitness Pal
  • Noah’s Ark
  • Pictello
  • Pinterest (Free)
  • Proloquo2go (More then $3.00)
  • Quotes
  • Reasoning And Problem Solving
  • Relax M.
  • Scramble with Friends
  • Shut the Dice Box
  • Simple Physics
  • Speak It! (Text To Speech- Great For Non-Verbal Children)
  • Starfall ABC’s (Free)
  • Talking Tom and Other Talking Characters
  • Tap To Talk (Free)
  • Veggie Tales
  • Words With Friends
  • You Version

This earlier post essentially served as the introduction for this workshop:  iPads, Apps, and Technology in Special Needs Ministry.

**Also, due to a technology glitch, an email was not sent out to the blog’s distribution list for today’s earlier post.  Be sure to check out From Orange: Special Needs Champion Spotlight – Denise Briley.

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