|This shows taking a picture with the iPad.|
The next photo is what the image looks like in the app once it's uploaded. Different choices of species are presented. The person trying to identify the tree needs to choose the closest choice.
|This is the next screen shot after the leaf has been idendified. This shows flowers, seeds and bark of the same tree.|
|This is a nice feature which shows where the identified tree is located.|
|Sorry, Andorra, but ferns are not in the tree leaf app!|
Happy leafing!!!! All kids could benefit from this. Not only does it teach tree identification, but parts of a tree are examined, and at the end, some map skills are learned! I'll have to try it out with my speech kids next August!! Teaching hands-on science to children with language delays provides content vocabulary and a knowledge base that they don't get from guided reading books.