Sock Puppets App

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The “Sock Puppets” IOS app allows users to quickly and easily create a variety of puppet shows. That can be uploaded to YouTube with a click of the button. In combination with a green screen app like Doink, there are a myriad of classroom uses!

Classroom Uses: Students/teachers can create puppet shows to:

  • Explain a science concept.
  • Retell a story.
  • Tell about an event from history.
  • Share information about a famous person.
  • Model appropriate social behavior or public service announcements
The app is Free for up to 30 seconds of recording. I’m demonstrating the paid app with includes more recording time and additional puppets and backgrounds.

Using Sock Puppets:

  1. Click the “New” button to begin a new puppet show.
  2. Follow the on-screen prompts to choose the desired puppets, backgrounds, and props.
  3. Use the buttons at the top to start and stop the recording, to save and share, and to navigate the app:
  4. To record a show:
    a. Click the red circle.
    b. Hold your finger on a puppet, talk, and move the puppet around.
    c. Repeat, touching each puppet as you want it to “speak.”
    d. Click the “square” button to stop the recording.
  5. When you’re done recording, you can:
    a. Click the “Share” button to upload it to YouTube.
    b. Click the “Save” button for replay on the iPad.

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