Simple android stop motion animation app. This is free but there is also a paid for version for £1.59 here
Featured in "Best New Apps in Education" in iTunes. Green Screen by Do Ink makes it easy to create incredible green screen videos and images right on your iPad. Classroom-tested by kids and teachers, this app emphasizes ease-of-use and simplicity while still enabling you to get fantastic results. With Green Screen by Do Ink, you can tell a story, explain an idea, and express yourself in truly creative and unique ways.
Shoot video and overlay explosions, crash landing satellites, spaceships and more. Great for using as a stimulus for writing. In and amongst great video overlays such as alien spaceships landing there are inapproprite oneswith horror based content. If you craete a video using this app we would only install this on a teacher device and use it as a stimulus rather than letting children use it.
Create animations with this easy to use app. We’d recommend buying tripods for iPods or iPads for use. Export finished films to the camera roll, open and edit in iMovie to add titles, music, captions and voice overs.
Time lapse app, great for use in Science. You’ll need a tripod to keep the iPad / iPad steady. The latest generation of iPads have time lapse built into the camera.
Free with iPads purchased after September 2014. Can be used for video, time lapse and slideshows. One of the most important apps for teachers to use on their iPads.
Shoot, edit and upload your film all in one app. Create high quality trailers from the pre –made templates. You can take photos or import them to create a slideshow and record your own audio.
For Maths, Record pupils working through questions on whiteboards. Fim pupils responses to questions for use in data handling work. Create slideshows of real life examples of shapes. Record people in school posing real life Maths questions such as the caretaker, cook, business admin.
This is the free version of this app. We now recommend this one since Lego Movie Maker was withdrawn. Here is a link to an animation made by a teacher on one of our Maths courses. He uses animation to demonstrate making a net of a cube.