12 iPad Projects for the Holidays!

A few years ago my colleague Jeff Kresge and I built the following projects to inspire some creativity using iPad. There are 12-holiday projects using various Apple apps. Everything from recreating your favorite holiday movie scene in Clips to building an ugly holiday sweater Keynote.

Please feel free to use and share! Especially if you promise to share some of the creations!


12 Projects of Christmas

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Posted on December 07, 2022

Lots of creative choice for students - thanks Jason! I love the ugly sweater!

Posted on December 09, 2022

Thanks, Cheryl! We actually had a student create the snowglobe project inside of an ugly sweater. They are so much more creative than I'll ever be!

Posted on December 07, 2022

Thanks for sharing this fun holiday resource, Jason. I love the blackout poetry with holiday songs and the challenge to recreate favorite movie scenes!

Posted on December 09, 2022

Hey Jessica! Kids came up with some crazy videos for that one!

Posted on December 08, 2022

Love this! What a cool resource! I love the santa or snowglobe with Keynote 🫶🏻

Posted on December 09, 2022

Hi Rachel! I wish I could take credit for that one. My friend and colleague, Kurt Klynen was the genius behind that idea.

Posted on December 12, 2022

We started this in 2nd grade today and quickly realized that "ugly sweater" is lost on them. They just wanted to make nice sweaters! I will see what 5th grade comes up with but for now, I'm sharing a 2nd grader's sweater.


Posted on November 02, 2023

Thank you Jason and Jeff! I’m pulling together a bunch of ideas for a 12 Days of Christmas feature for our Apple Regional Training Centre and this is exactly the sort of ideas I am after! I will credit you for your awesomeness. Do you have a Twitter account to follow?

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