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Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry Wrap-up

February11

Earlier this week I shared a Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry template containing 60+ words and discussed ways it could be utilized in the classroom, especially in conjunction with Google Apps for Education. When students initially access this Google Slides template, it looks something like this: Until they use their creativity to transform it into something that […]

Love Me Some Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry

February8

All you need is love……And a copy of my Valentine’s Day Magnetic Poetry activity! So, here it is: A brand-new Google Slides activity containing 60+ words and phrases that can be manipulated into a fun-filled holiday poem, story, etc. As with my other creations, the word boxes are actually images and cannot be edited; however, they can be […]

Get Creative with Winter Magnetic Poetry

January13

Well, the bad news is… It looks like winter finally arrived in Central PA, bringing with it about five inches of the white stuff and 30 mph winds—ugh! The good news is… My Winter Magnetic Poetry activity arrived just in time! So, here it is: A brand-new Google Slides activity containing 100+ words and phrases […]

Christmas Magnetic Poetry Wrap-up

December19

Last week I shared a new another new resource I recently created and shared via my Twelve Digital Days of Christmas interactive holiday resource, a Christmas Magnetic Poetry template containing 100+ words and discussed ways it could be utilized in the classroom. When students initially access this Google Slides template, it looks something like this: Until they transform […]

The 12 Digital Days of Christmas Tech Treasure #4: Christmas Magnetic Poetry

December7

So, what makes Tech Treasure #4 one of the best in this series? It includes my second installment of Magnetic Poetry, one focusing on the upcoming Christmas holiday. This brand-new Google Slides activity contains 100+ words and phrases that can be manipulated into a holiday themed poem, story, etc. As with my Thanksgiving Magnetic Poetry […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks

December6

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for five really cool and useful web sites that students can access to reinforce and enrich science, math and literacy skills! » Tree House Weather Kids An interactive site that provides students with basic information and activities related to various weather topics […]

Fun with Halloween Magnetic Poetry

October28

If you’re ready to combine a little bit of holiday fun with Google Drawings, then Shake Up Learning has created and shared a really cool must-try activity for you and your class: A Halloween-themed magnetic poetry template containing nearly 100 words. The students start out with a creepy palette that looks something like this: And […]

The Easter Resources Collection: Part IV

April2

Whether you’re in need of some Easter lessons with a spiritual nature or maybe you’re an educator just looking for some seasonal fun. Regardless of your interest, you’re going to love bringing this holiday into your classroom with this updated collection of Easter Resources: » Do you and your students have spring fever? Then be sure […]

Diigo Weekly Update

June8

What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some pretty neat apps that can be integrated into your classroom lessons and activities! A shout out to ICTmagic Wikispaces for sharing these cool tools! » Visual Poet An iOS app for creating mixed media works of art using photos and text. […]

The Updated Easter Resources Collection

April17

Whether you’re in need of some Easter lessons with a spiritual nature or maybe you’re an educator just looking for some seasonal fun. Regardless of your interest—puzzles, scavenger hunts, videos or poetry activities, you’re going to love bringing this holiday into your classroom with this updated collection of Easter Resources: » Harry Kindergarten: Check out this […]

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