“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” – Albert Einstein
This is a great way for students to be creative and to work on their writing skills by describing or writing about their holiday traditions, plans, or memories.
In the classroom, this app is an excellent tool for kids of widely varying levels of writing enthusiasm and skill.
Combining charts, graphs, text, and built-in graphics, teachers and students can easily assemble and present information using the drag-and-drop interface.
One of my fave conversations centered on the idea of using emojis as a way to help kids make sense of social studies and incorporating them as part of a quality lesson that can help improve student thinking and literacy skills.
The free Film It site consists of a set of filmmaking lessons that give students the training to make their own short films without feeling intimidated.
TES Teach with Blendspace is an easy-to-use multimedia lesson creation platform that students can access via website, Chrome app, or iPad app.
The Adobe Spark team announces new features to increase users' creative expression, collaboration, and the option to work in local languages.
Gizmos & Gadgets is an app for the littleBits platform that uses electronic building blocks that can be combined and recombined to make endless inventions.
The activities below will motivate your students to reflect, help others, move and learn, and think creatively
The platform features three project types: Post (social graphics), Page (web stories), and Video (animated videos).
Students can create original videos with dynamic, interchangeable backgrounds using green screen technology.