iPad Lesson Plan - Life Science
Identifying and Labeling Anatomy
Students Engage in Life Science through Digital Art
Students use a free or paid drawing / coloring app on the iPad to identify and label 6 or more parts of the anatomy. Students use basic drawing tools and colors to create their own printable pictures. Students can save, share, and or print their work.
Distance Learning: Students with iPads could label the anatomy and send the finished picture digitally for teacher review.
These examples were created using the free ipad app "Doodle Buddy" by Doodle Buddy Labs. Doodle Buddy allows student to take pictures from within the app or use pictures from the camera roll. Students can label using the brush and text tools. Doodle Buddy is free, but is ad supported. Ads can be hidden with an in-app purchase.There are many free and paid kids drawing apps at the app stores. Students can use their own existing apps as well.
The Doodle Buddy iPad app allows students to send their drawings by email, save to the photo album, and post to social media. Students may print their photos from the photo album for classroom display.