In Term 3 this year, the ACTF will again be running a Little Lunch App competition for primary students who have created their own stories using the app.
Designed to promote literacy learning while also developing digital technologies skills, the Little Lunch App supports teachers and student in creating and sharing their own Little Lunch-inspired episode.
Entries can be submitted between 4 September – 27 October 2017. We will run professional learning events in the lead up to the competition, guiding teachers in linking the Little Lunch app to the curriculum, and providing technical tips.
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Are you new to Little Lunch? Check out the Little Lunch Resource Package to learn all about the books, series, and app, and view our Little Lunch App Competition education resources in the Support Materials section of the ACTF Education site.
Based on the books by Danny Katz and Mitch Vane, the Little Lunch TV series is set in an Australian primary school, with each episode taking place during recess time. The issues and events explored in this ‘mockumentary’ comedy series are representational of students’ own lives, which has contributed to the ongoing popularity of the series.
Winner's Package (valued at over $600)
2nd & 3rd Runners-Up Package (valued at over $320)
Honourable Mention Package (valued at over $200)
Teachers can access either a PDF or iBook step-by-step ‘Little Lunch App: A Teacher’s Guide’ that also includes a range of suggestions for curriculum activities
What does the Little Lunch App allow students to create?
The 'Little Lunch App – Case Study Video' below has students and teachers explaining what the App does and how it enhances well-planned story-telling and developing structured narratives in the classroom.