Jackie Myers, the 4th and 5th grade art teacher at Independence Elementary School in Yukon, Oklahoma, explains how to create a functional iPad stand using a cardboard box, duct tape, and a box cutter. Jackie used cardboard iPad stands like these with her students in April 2014 on a stopmotion video project. View examples of student work on: http://iesart.posthaven.com. Students used the free “Stop Motion Cafe” iPad app for their projects.

Check out Jackie’s Elementary Art blog on:
http://iesart.blogspot.com/

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