Getting Started:
Popplet
Ready, Set, Create!
Alyson Carpenter
Instructional Technology Specialist
Athens City Schools
alys...
Open Popplet!
Select Background color:
Gear → Make New Popple
Looking Around A Popple...
1 2
3 4 5 6
7
8
9
1. Change Popplet Background
2. Make New Popples
3. Change Popple Color
4. Ad...
Select a popple color:
Adding Text:
Let’s Add Popples!
Create Subheadings:
Insert Drawings:
Insert
Photos
from your
camera
roll:
1
2
Insert
Photo
Using the
Camera:
Pinch to
Center
popplet
on your
screen.
Select
Export →
Save JPG
Select
ok
The
finished
popplet
can now
be found
in your
photos:
Open your Google
Drive
Click + →
Upload
photos
1
2
Select
photos
Choose
the
photo
you
want to
add:
Click the
in the
upper
right
corner:
Find &
open
your
saved
popplet
in
Google
Drive:
click on
the
white
info
button in
the top
right
corner:
Select
Share:
Enter Your
teacher’s
email
address →
Click Can
Edit → Click
the :
1
2
3
Your
teacher’s
name
should
now
appear
under
“Who has
access”
How might you
use Popplet?
● Create a Presentation
● Create a Timeline
● Divide Words into Syllables w/ Popplet
Boxes
● Pr...
Popplet Challenge
#1:
1. Create a new popplet.
2. Insert a picture of an animal you copied from
the web. In Safari tap and...
Popplet Challenge
#2:
1. Create a new popplet.
2.In the center use the iPad camera to take a
picture of yourself. Add your...
Let me know if you
need additional
support!
alyson.carpenter@acs-k12.org
Alyson Carpenter
Instructional Technology Special...
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Getting Started with Popplet

Getting Started w/ Popplet (Athens City Elementary Schools)
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Getting Started: Popplet Ready, Set, Create! Alyson Carpenter Instructional Technology Specialist Athens City Schools alyson.carpenter@acs-k12.org
  • 2. Open Popplet!
  • 3. Select Background color:
  • 4. Gear → Make New Popple
  • 5. Looking Around A Popple... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1. Change Popplet Background 2. Make New Popples 3. Change Popple Color 4. Add Text (text menu will pop up when selected) 5. Free Draw (Hint:Make Large,/Shrink) 6. Add images (Camera, Camera Roll, or ClipBoard) 7. Tap Any Dot to Make New Popple 8. Delete Popple 9. Share Your Popplet / Save to Your Camera Roll
  • 6. Select a popple color:
  • 7. Adding Text:
  • 8. Let’s Add Popples!
  • 9. Create Subheadings:
  • 10. Insert Drawings:
  • 11. Insert Photos from your camera roll: 1 2
  • 12. Insert Photo Using the Camera:
  • 13. Pinch to Center popplet on your screen. Select Export → Save JPG
  • 14. Select ok
  • 15. The finished popplet can now be found in your photos:
  • 16. Open your Google Drive
  • 17. Click + → Upload photos 1 2
  • 18. Select photos
  • 19. Choose the photo you want to add:
  • 20. Click the in the upper right corner:
  • 21. Find & open your saved popplet in Google Drive:
  • 22. click on the white info button in the top right corner:
  • 23. Select Share:
  • 24. Enter Your teacher’s email address → Click Can Edit → Click the : 1 2 3
  • 25. Your teacher’s name should now appear under “Who has access”
  • 26. How might you use Popplet? ● Create a Presentation ● Create a Timeline ● Divide Words into Syllables w/ Popplet Boxes ● Practice Adjectives (Put pic in Center & Describe) ● Word Webs ● Use Pictures to Show A Concept (Example: How many ways can you make the #15?) ● Brainstorm ● Create a StoryBoard ● Create a Character Analysis ● Plan a Story / Paragraph (Main Idea & Details) Source: http://suprtektalk.blogspot.com/2014/11/awesome-ipad-app-popplet.html
  • 27. Popplet Challenge #1: 1. Create a new popplet. 2. Insert a picture of an animal you copied from the web. In Safari tap and hold the picture and select Copy. (Try this site for photos: http: //pics4learning.com/) 3. Create popples around the picture and type in adjectives to describe that animal. 4. Tap export and save the popplet as a JPEG. Source: http://suprtektalk.blogspot.com/2014/11/awesome-ipad-app-popplet.html
  • 28. Popplet Challenge #2: 1. Create a new popplet. 2.In the center use the iPad camera to take a picture of yourself. Add your name. 3.Add popples to the right and enter important dates and events from your life. 4.Tap export and save the popplet as a JPEG. Source: http://suprtektalk.blogspot.com/2014/11/awesome-ipad-app-popplet.html
  • 29. Let me know if you need additional support! alyson.carpenter@acs-k12.org Alyson Carpenter Instructional Technology Specialist Athens City Schools