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 +======Skoog======
 +{{:​digital_literacy:​technology_resources:​skoog:​skoog.jpg?​nolink |}}Skoog is a musical instrument that anyone can play. It’s a music accessory for iPad, PC and Mac that opens up a world of ‘musicplay’ to everyone. ​ Whatever your skills, abilities or musical talents, Skoog’s design enables accessible, expressive music-making for children, parents, teachers, musicians and families, including those with disabilities.
  
 +| **Recommended Ages** | Prep to Year 6 (ages 5 to 12) |
 +| **Product Cost** | $300-$350 per unit |
 +| **Where to Purchase** | The Skoog can be purchased from [[https://​thebrainary.com/​|The Brainary]] ​ |
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 +====Product Requirements====
 +  * The Skoog requires an iPad
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 +{{section>​digital_literacy:​clippings#​loanable_kits1}}
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 +=====Resources=====
 +====Activity Guides====
 +[[http://​skoogmusic.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2016/​08/​MorseCode_SK2.pdf|Playing with Morse Code]]\\ ​
 +[[http://​skoogmusic.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2016/​08/​MyBonnie_SK2.pdf|Learn to play 'My Bonnie'​]]\\ ​
 +[[http://​skoogmusic.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2016/​08/​Dice_SK2_Support.pdf|Playing by chance dice game]]\\ ​
 +[[http://​skoogmusic.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2016/​08/​Learning-Simple-Melodies.pdf|Learning Simple Melodies]]\\ ​
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