Livescribe Sound Stickers – Applications
Updated on 4/1/2013: The new Livescribe Sky smartpens come with the Sound Stickers app built in. You’ll still need to purchase Sound Stickers from the Livescribe Store ($25 for 1,000).
Livescribe Sound Stickers are small stickers for recording and playing back audio notes.
You can use them to add recorded audio to
- Make interactive flash cards, study guides, and talking books
- Record audio instructions or fluency assessments
- Create annotated art projects and oral reports
- Create talking tests or worksheets without having to copy them onto dot paper
More information is below the YouTube videos
5 – Talking Word Wall (with translatable closed captions
4 – Audio Math Flash Cards (with translatable closed captions
1 – How to Record and Play
2 – How to turn on and use One Step Recording
3 – How to Add a Tactile Marker
The entire playlist of Sound Sticker Videos is here.
For about $25 you get the Livescribe Sound Sticker app (for one smartpen – Echo or Pulse), 1,000 Sound Stickers (or about 2 1/2 cents each), and what I like to call a “non-inking stylus” which is a great thing to have if many students will tap on your Sound Stickers as it will keep them from getting all inked up (especially since Sound Stickers are quite reusable).