After they watched the videos, they were invited back to carpet, where I demonstrated how they would share the information they learned. We used Feltboard to create MLK characters (this was just a quick way to do it, you could also have them take photos of artwork they'd made, take a screenshot from one of the YouTube videos, draw using a drawing app, or take a photo of a book that MLK was in). They saved their Feltboard characters to the camera rolls, then opened ChatterPix Kids, uploaded the Feltboard MLK, and used the microphone to make their character talk and tell the facts they had learned from the videos.
The students then saved the videos to their iPads and uploaded to Seesaw (I love how easy this is becoming for them to do independently!) They turned out so great. Here are a couple examples:
Apparently MLK was a huge spaghetti fan? LOL :)
Another ChatterPix project we did in first grade was making habitats. Students chose an animal, then used Feltboard to create a picture with the animal and items found in that animal's habitat. We saved those pictures to the camera roll, then uploaded to ChatterPix and the students made the animals talk and share about their habitats. They really turned out cool! This is such a fun and versatile app!