The iPad's size makes it perfect for throwing, smashing, scratching, getting spilled on, oh the possibilities!
You've invested in the iPad and it's a pricey tool. It will be worth it to go the extra mile and spend a few dollars to properly protect it. Week 7 will tell you how.
- Indestructible: The Griffin Survivor Case - Highly durable, no-slip grip, water-resistant, a notoriously tough case. $80
- Toddler/Fidgety Kid Specific: The Addy Case allows you to block the Home Button from toddlers and fidgeters so you can ensure they don’t navigate to other apps. Not as durable as the Griffin. $40.
- All Around: This case from Big Grip is a fan favorite. It has a soft yet durable frame and kids love how it feels in their hands. You can also purchase the stand (included in this picture) for improved ergonomics and tabletop use. Without stand: $35. With stand: $50.
Mounts and More:
- TableTop +: From tabletop to wheelchair AbleNet has a variety of mounts that make iPad use stable and posture-appropriate.
- Carry Along: The CHAT Bag provides a way for your child to carry her iPad hands free. Allows for greater mobility and fewer instances of "where did you leave your iPad!?"
- A stylus provides students an easy way to write, draw, and create on the iPad.
- Video Adapters can give you the flexibility of showing videos directly from your iPad onto the projector. Allows for easy access to any app, video, or presentation.
Thanks again for joining us on our 7-Week Guide to iPads & Education. We hope you learn a lot and are now have confident to navigate the wonderful world of iPads and education.
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- The Making Friends Team