Popplet is a tool for the iPad and web to capture and organize ideas. It is easy to use and entirely intuitive, especially for younger users – put Popplet into the hands of a classful of Kindergarteners and they’ll be fluent in the basics in no time at all!
Popplet’s uses are many and widespread, however. Popplet’s public forums are brimming with work from all age groups, areas (education, business, writing…), and every subject imaginable. One reason for this is the many ways Popplet lets users capture their ideas: text, image, video, URLs and even drawings.
This is the second of a two-part tutorial on how to add drawings to Popplet work. The first tutorial focussed on the basics. In this second part, we’ll see what can be created with the drawing tool, and give examples of its main uses. There will also be some handy tips.
Coming hot on the heels of our previous two tutorials: All About Popples and Adding Images To Popplet, we’re now ready to begin to tell you everything you need to know about how to add drawings to popplets. Of course, you can add images and text to a Popplet board very easily, but sometimes, like any artist, you just have to get in there and draw, especially if it’s a popplet about your Mom!
It’s not only Moms that Popplet People want to draw. Educators especially, (like Mrs. Oxley-Simpson, whose 1st-graders created those wonderful Mom popplets ) have discovered multiple ways to use Popplet’s drawing feature, making it work for students and teachers in a wide variety of subjects: math, phonics, biology… Check out Pop Art: 9 Ways To Use The Popplet Drawing Tool to see some more excellent examples like the one above.
You could of course just dive in, that’s what most Popplet drawers do, but if you’d like to know a bit more about how it works, and get a few time-saving tips then read on.