# AR in Math

Question:

I am looking for ways to incorporate AR into a math class learning about surface area.

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Posted on October 04, 2022 in response to Maghan_LCS

The Measure App is a great AR experience for area and taking screen shots into the animation space of Keynote is so much fun!

Posted on October 09, 2022 in response to Maghan_LCS

You can bring shapes into ARmakr.

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Posted on October 04, 2022 in response to Maghan_LCS

The Measure App is a great AR experience for area and taking screen shots into the animation space of Keynote is so much fun!

Posted on October 09, 2022 in response to Maghan_LCS

You can bring shapes into ARmakr.

Posted on October 10, 2022 in response to Maghan_LCS

One of my favorites is GeoGebra 3D Calculator!

Posted on October 10, 2022 in response to Maghan_LCS

Hello Maghan! What a wonderful way to engage your students in new and innovative ways! The Learning Center has some great resources on using Augmented Reality (including in math). That could be a great place to start exploring! 🧮📱

Posted on November 14, 2022 in response to Maghan_LCS

Reality Composer is also superb for this, brining in shapes and models from SketchFab. Great for scale and ratio too!

Posted on November 16, 2022 in response to Maghan_LCS

The Measure App, Reality Composer and AR Makr would be a great place to start!

And, check out ideas from Lyndsey Stuttard, Paul Hamilton, and Apple Education’s ‘Augmented Reality Overview’ page on the Learning Center, and the two main resources for download on there:

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Posted on December 07, 2022 in response to Maghan_LCS

AR makr is an easy app for students to start using AR and very user friendly

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