To test this app, I downloaded a simple book and two worksheets from Reading A-Z. This is a great website with leveled readers and phonemic awareness and comprehension activities and worksheets to go with it. Our school system subscribes to this, thankfully.
The name of the book was "Where Animals Live" (level D), and each page explored a different place and different animal habitat. The language and organization were simple, but still exposed the kids to new concepts (i.e. 'burrows'). I emailed the pdf worksheet to myself, and figured out how to load it into the neu.annotate on the iPad (this is obviously not a complete tutorial). The worksheet listed the main idea (where do animals live), but the child needed to write down the specific habitats into the graphic organizer. Given the iPad, and neu.annotate, the child could type the habitats directly into the worksheet. There was also a drawing tool if he wanted to illustrate.
|chile completing worksheet within the app|