Rachel: The old domain we’d bought for your first Snowflake eBook (MeetSnowFlake.com) expires tomorrow. Since we decided not to keep that domain, I moved the entire website and made a few small updates/changes to it. The new address is a “sub-domain” of your main website. You can find it on snowflake.rachelfryer.com. If you publish another Snowflake book, like you were talking
Rachel created a cereal box book report for 4th grade that is due today, and recorded a summary of her project this morning.
This is a book report Rachel wrote for Ms Moore’s 3rd grade class this year. Marie Curie changed the world through science. Marie and her husband discovered two new elements, polonium and radium. Marie and two other scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics. In 1910, she isolated radium in the form of a metal. Marie […]
Rachel used the VoiceThread app on our iPad tonight to create this book report about “Christmas In Camelot” by Mary Pope Osborne. Christmas In Camelot (4 pages) Click the link above to view and participate in the VoiceThread. Making comments is really simple and you can delete and re-record as many times as you like. […]
Rachel drew this picture of Smaug the Dragon for Sarah’s diorama she created as an English class assignment. - Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone
This evening Rachel and I read “A birthday at the lighthouse” by Robin Robilliard on my iPad. It’s a free book in the International Children’s Digital Library. Rachel was pretty surprised to learn the family had to make their own clothes, give themselves haircuts, and didn’t appear to have any television or computer access. We […]
Hello. This is going to the zoo. I hope you love it! I made this from Story Patch on the iPad. Story Patch created the story when I answered the questions. Then I put in pictures.
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This was a story Rachel created in Manhattan in September 2009. I took photos of the story pages this month over the Labor Day weekend and created this digital storybook using the free iOS app “Storykit.” Here is the link!
Rachel has seen her siblings listen to audiobooks on their iPods, so this week she decided she’d like to have some of her own – particularly in light of our upcoming road trip to Kansas in a few weeks. Last night we searched the iTunes Store together to explore what was available that might be […]
This is a story Rachel (age 6) typed tonight all by herself on our family netbook. We printed it on our home printer, and then she read it aloud. I recorded her oral reading using the iPadio application on my iPhone, which created this embeddable audio version. Rachel based her story on the Starfall.com Chinese […]