Category: How-to



3 Ways To Help Kids Memorize Anything

It takes a lot of work to help kids who can’t read well memorize. In this article I am going to show you how I only spend a few minutes to help my kids memorize anything. Memorization takes lots of repetition and reading. The best tool I have found to help kids memorize is my phone or iPad. I use the simple app called voice memos on my phone or...

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Building a tree house with the boys

Now that the Coronavirus keeps a lot of us home I have an opportunity to spend more time playing with the boys at home.  Here is a list of things I have been doing with the boy’s are home under lockdown Build Lego creations Go on bike rides Read some books Help with math Plant a garden Build a chicken tractor (coop) camp in the back yard Make a rabbit...


Best iOS 11 Feature for Educators

The iPad/iPhone screen capture feature is one of my favorites.  Its easy to take take a screen shot on the iPhone or iPad by pressing the home and power buttons at the same time. (Screen capture on the iPhoneX is a little different – On the iphoneX you press Volume Up button and Power button together at the same time to screen capture.) What the new iOS 11 screen capture...

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Using Kenote as a remote

Apple Keynote can control Keynote. I gave a talk this weekend and I thought it might be nice to have a remote for my Keynote presentation.  A quick internet search revealed that the latest version of Keynote for iOS includes a remote control mode.   When you open the Keynote app, there is a small icon up top that looks like a remote symbol.  If the icon is not available then...