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Turn Meaningful Words into Images with Quozio


quozio_logoNeed a cool tool to transform words into neat visuals? Then look no further than Quozio, a very user-friendly web resource that turns any quote into a nifty image.

It works something like this: Just enter the desired text in the field provided followed by who said it in the next box then click the “Go” button. And boom—within a matter of seconds, an image is generated.  Next, scroll through the various styles available on the site and find the one that best matches your message. To save your masterpiece for use in print and digital projects, simply right click on the image and use the “Save image as” command.

So, how much does Quozio cost? Ummm… It’s totally free so hopefully you’ll find some room in your budget for this tech gem! If you love the tool, then pay it forward by offering up some “web currency”—a Facebook like. Yep, show ‘em some love on all of your social networks.

Do I need an account to use Quozio? Nope. Just have at it. No account, no sign-up, no email address required. However, if you do chose to create an account you can save your favorite quotes, share ‘em with your peops on Facebook, Pinterest, email and all that kind of cool stuff.

As an added bonus, there’s even a Quozio bookmarklet which allows users to instantly create an image from any text that is highlighted on a web page.

Check out my very first Quozio image shown below.


Classroom Connection:

Besides using quote images to pimp out your classroom with inspirational messages for students, there are a variety of really cool ways they can be utilized for academic purposes as well. Check out the following resource for a plethora of excellent suggestions: Ideas for Using Quotes in the Classroom.

That said, whether you’re a teacher or a student, Quozio is an excellent tool for generating quote visuals.

Be sure to visit the following blog posts that also discuss additional tools that can be utilized to create images: ReciteThis and

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Looking for some technology integration ideas to enhance your classroom lessons? Then be sure to check out my "Tech Tips" for the latest and greatest Web 2.0 tools, applications and web sites that can be incorporated into activities and/or projects. Although some posts may not be applicable to your content area or grade level, be sure to check back often as I will be varying ideas in order to provide resources across the K-12 curriculum.

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