Author Archives: Lee Hall

Paper Toys: Flextangles

Thanks to Babble, Dabble, Do, just print out the template (make sure it is going to print Landscape) and let your students follow the pattern to color each triangle. Follow the instructions to fold and you have a moveable toy.  … Continue reading

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Shake Up Learning by Kasey Bell

This is a website with a blog on technology resources, tips and tricks, and classroom integration ideas. If you are interested in more Google instructions, Pinterest, or iPads. You can subscribe to their newsletter and receive a free download of … Continue reading

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The Simple Dollar

Check out this blog site for resources for financial literacy. Get information on saving, investing, cutting costs, paying for college, best credit cards, and so much more.  The Simple Dollar

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Layout Cheat Sheet for Infographics

Do you want to make your own infographics for your students? Maybe you want your students to make an infographic to share what they have learned or are learning about a topic> This articleby Piktochart provides some great tips and … Continue reading

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Digital Creativity Guide

Common Sense Media has put together a collection of apps. websites, and games to foster creativity in you and your students. They are organized by category and under each category they are further divided by age group. The categories are … Continue reading

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Cloud Globe

Have you seen Google’s experiment with showing clouds and storms on Google Earth? Click the link below to take a peek.Cloud Globe

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Zipline Through the Amazon with Google Earth

Google Earth is known for its Street View of places. It makes you feel like you are there. Well, now you can make your way through the Amazon Jungle using Google. Part of the trip is recorded using a camera … Continue reading

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Numerous copyright free stock photos for use in projects.

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Word Map

This site combines Google Translate and Wikipedia to allow you to put in a word in any language and then see it translated, put on a map, and hear it pronounced. Try it. Word Map

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Word Workshop

  Make Word Wall cards, task list, word lists, flash cards, basket labels, quotes, fact cards, math word problems, bulletin board pieces, etc. using this site. It has generated word lists, too. You can choose your border style, font, color … Continue reading

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