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Tech or Treat: Spook-tacular Halloween Resources for the Classroom IV

October14

Back by popular demand—some really spook-tacular digital resources that are sure to creep out your students—in a good way, of course! Yep—it’s the updated version of Tech or Treat so if you’re looking for some fun activities to celebrate Halloween in your classroom, then keep scrolling…

Whether it’s writing prompts, science experiments, STEM activities, breakout games, or virtual field trips, there’s something ghostly awaiting you right here, right now…

🎃 🅽🅴🆆  Spiders, Bats and Pumpkins

Check out this kid friendly collection of Halloween themed ⁦resources curated by Katie Exum.

🎃 🅽🅴🆆  Virtual Pumpkin Patch Field Trip

Take your students on a virtual field trip to a pumpkin patch via Nearpod. The GIF tutorial from Julie Smith, the Techie Teacher, explains how to do so.

🎃 🅽🅴🆆  Halloween Hyperdoc

Add some Halloween fun to your class with this spooky choice board designed by Tonya Nugent.

🎃 🅽🅴🆆  Are You Ready to Trick-Or-Treat?

Check out this super cool Halloween template created by SlidesMania. It also comes with a drag and drop digital pumpkin carving activity!

🎃 🅽🅴🆆  Halloween Paper Circuits

Get into the Halloween “Spirit” by making these paper circuit light-up cards. The tutorial includes a free eBook which contains 19 Halloween themed project templates.

» Five Little Pumpkins

This Five Little Pumpkins drawing activity invites students to create their own illustration of the rhyme while introducing them to coding.  The worksheet also asks them to draw various parts of the illustration by following the algorithm’s steps.

» Create Halloween Rebus Stories with Emojis and Google Docs

Generated by Eric Curts, this Halloween rebus activity can be used for students to create and/or read. (BTW: Anyone who grew up reading Highlights magazine in the dentist office waiting room will quickly recognize a rebus. Basically, it is a story in which some of the words are replaced by images.)

» Build a Jack-O-Lantern with Google Slides

Also generated by Eric Curts, this fun, and educational Google Slides activity is a great way for students to be creative and to work on writing skills by describing the Jack-O-Lantern they build with shapes and/or drawings of their own.

» Haunted House Escape

For the Breakout EDU junkies… Check out this spooky, musical, holiday-themed digital breakout game created by Aubrey Yeh. (Designed for middle school students but could work for upper elementary or high school as well.)

» Breakout EDU: Halloween

Check out three challenging yet fun hands-on games with a Halloween twist located on the Breakout EDU site.

» 6 Halloween Paper Circuit Projects

In this project tutorial, learn how to make six different Halloween paper circuit creations. Using parallel and simple circuits, students can bring these templates to life with copper tape, LEDs and batteries.

» 100 Free Halloween STEM Activities

A collection of 100 Halloween STEM activities that are completely free via Nick’s Picks for Educational Technology.

» 31 Days of Halloween STEM Activities and Projects

The STEAM Powered Family gathered 31+ science, tech, engineering and math activities that capture a child’s interest and imagination during this spooky season. And so many of them are perfect for our young scientists! Be sure to check out this spectacular STEM adventure projects!

» Free Halloween Music, Images, Videos, and Clipart for School Projects

Another collection of Halloween goodies from Nick’s Picks for Educational Technology.

» Halloween Activity Set

Get your classroom in the Halloween spirit with these math and science activities, writing ideas and crafts. This site, powered by Scholastic, includes Halloween-themed book lists to find a perfect read-aloud title or scary stories to share with your students for independent reading.

» Halloween Classroom Activities for Any Grade

To prepare for Halloween in your classroom, check out these Halloween classroom activities from Teach HUB for new ways to sneak in some spooky lessons and ghoulish learning!

» Halloween Lesson Ideas

Math… Pick a Pumkin… Bats in the Classroom… And Historical Figure Day, an alternative to the traditional Halloween hoopla. If you’re ready to celebrate Halloween in “spooktacular” fashion, you’re sure to find a fun idea or two right here on the Education World site.

» 30 Halloween Activities for the Classroom

A collection of nearly three dozen hands-on activities (with accompanying pictures) from the Proud to Be Primary blog.

» It’s Halloween!

A Pinterest board containing 90+ Halloween sites to celebrate Halloween by Edutopia.

» The Best Sites for Learning About Halloween

A collection of all things Halloween by Larry Ferlazzo—A visual history, slideshows, vocabulary and spelling games, cloze activities, Halloween Around the World and Mia Cadaver’s Tombstone Timeout, one of the most favorite games found on the BBC site and more!

» Halloween Activities

A variety of educational sites for Halloween by 19 Pencils.

» Tech-Themed Halloween Costume Ideas

Check out and/or share some pretty neat tech-inspired Halloween costume ideas on the Tech with Us Community Facebook thread found here. A shout out to Julie Goode Smith for generating this fun post!

Classroom Connection:
Use these resources to teach and learn about Halloween in fun and hands-on ways.

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Get Lucky with Some St. Patrick’s Day Poetry Magnets

March7

If you’re looking for a fun activity to complete with your students this St. Patrick’s Day, then all you’ve got to do is snag a copy of my holiday-themed poetry magnets activity!

Here it is: A 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 deleted. Plus, additional words can be generated by creating a new text box and filling it with a white background.

Before you get started on your March adventure, here are a few additional items worth knowing:

» The background on the Google Slide is locked so students can avoid accidentally moving it, but it can still be changed if you wish to allow them to do so. Just right-click on the slide and select the “Change background…” option.

» Some teachers have requested that I provide a word list for each activity so I have created additional slides that include this info.

Check out a sneak preview below!

Click here to access the template. You will be prompted to download your very own copy of the original and save it to your Google Drive. It can then be easily shared with students—especially if you’re using Google Classroom.

Classroom Connection:

The St. Patrick’s Day Poetry Magnets template can be used in a variety of ways as either an independent or collaborative writing activity. Utilize the “magnets” included and/or add your own text boxes to extend the activity—although I think part of the challenge is to use the words provided.

A shout out to Kasey Bell for inspiring me to create my own version of poetry magnets. And a high five goes to Alex, one of my Tech Club kids, for helping to create this activity. ♥

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Tech or Treat: Spook-tacular Halloween Resources for the Classroom III

October2

Back by popular demand—some really spook-tacular digital resources that are sure to creep out your students—in a good way, of course! Yep—it’s the updated version of Tech or Treat so if you’re looking for some fun activities to celebrate Halloween in your classroom, then keep scrolling…

Whether it’s writing prompts, science experiments, Halloween candy math, Edgar Allan Poe videos or haunted vocabulary, there’s something ghostly awaiting you right here, right now…

» Five Little Pumpkins

This Five Little Pumpkins drawing activity invites students to create their own illustration of the rhyme while introducing them to coding.  The worksheet also asks them to draw various parts of the illustration by following the algorithm’s steps.

» Create Halloween Rebus Stories with Emojis and Google Docs

Generated by Eric Curts, this Halloween rebus activity can be used for students to create and/or read. (BTW: Anyone who grew up reading Highlights magazine in the dentist office waiting room will quickly recognize a rebus. Basically, it is a story in which some of the words are replaced by images.)

» Build a Jack-O-Lantern with Google Slides

Also generated by Eric Curts, this fun, and educational Google Slides activity is a great way for students to be creative and to work on writing skills by describing the Jack-O-Lantern they build with shapes and/or drawings of their own.

» Haunted House Escape

For the Breakout EDU junkies… Check out this spooky, musical, holiday-themed digital breakout game created by Aubrey Yeh. (Designed for middle school students but could work for upper elementary or high school as well.)

» Breakout EDU: Halloween

Check out three challenging yet fun hands-on games with a Halloween twist located on the Breakout EDU site.

» 6 Halloween Paper Circuit Projects

In this project tutorial, learn how to make six different Halloween paper circuit creations. Using parallel and simple circuits, students can bring these templates to life with copper tape, LEDs and batteries.

» 100 Free Halloween STEM Activities

A collection of 100 Halloween STEM activities that are completely free via Nick’s Picks for Educational Technology.

» 31 Days of Halloween STEM Activities and Projects

The STEAM Powered Family gathered 31+ science, tech, engineering and math activities that capture a child’s interest and imagination during this spooky season. And so many of them are perfect for our young scientists! Be sure to check out this spectacular STEM adventure projects!

» Free Halloween Music, Images, Videos, and Clipart for School Projects

Another collection of Halloween goodies from Nick’s Picks for Educational Technology.

» Halloween Activity Set

Get your classroom in the Halloween spirit with these math and science activities, writing ideas and crafts. This site, powered by Scholastic, includes Halloween-themed book lists to find a perfect read-aloud title or scary stories to share with your students for independent reading.

» Halloween Classroom Activities for Any Grade

To prepare for Halloween in your classroom, check out these Halloween classroom activities from Teach HUB for new ways to sneak in some spooky lessons and ghoulish learning!

» Halloween Lesson Ideas

Math… Pick a Pumkin… Bats in the Classroom… And Historical Figure Day, an alternative to the traditional Halloween hoopla. If you’re ready to celebrate Halloween in “spooktacular” fashion, you’re sure to find a fun idea or two right here on the Education World site.

» 30 Halloween Activities for the Classroom

A collection of nearly three dozen hands-on activities (with accompanying pictures) from the Proud to Be Primary blog.

» It’s Halloween!

A Pinterest board containing 90+ Halloween sites to celebrate Halloween by Edutopia.

» The Best Sites for Learning About Halloween

A collection of all things Halloween by Larry Ferlazzo—A visual history, slideshows, vocabulary and spelling games, cloze activities, Halloween Around the World and Mia Cadaver’s Tombstone Timeout, one of the most favorite games found on the BBC site and more!

» Halloween Activities

A variety of educational sites for Halloween by 19 Pencils.

» Tech-Themed Halloween Costume Ideas

Check out and/or share some pretty neat tech-inspired Halloween costume ideas on the Tech with Us Community Facebook thread found here. A shout out to Julie Goode Smith for generating this fun post!

Classroom Connection:
Use these resources to teach and learn about Halloween in fun and hands-on ways.

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April Fool’s Day Resources: Part V

March27

April Fool’s Day is probably one of those classroom holidays you can’t escape—no matter how hard you try. So why not embrace it and teach your students a few things at the same time!

Yes—this means you quite possibly will have to endure some of those harmless pranks and hoaxes associated with this day—spiders in your desk, a plastic snake on your chair, or some mystery student messing with your computer mouse via a USB remote. Of course, I’m speaking from experience.

That said, if you’re one of those educators who enjoys having a little bit of fun with your students, then check out the recently updated list of resources below.

» NEW! April Fools’ Day Ideas for the Classroom: Jennifer Findley shares her favorite April Fools’ Day jokes and pranks for teachers. And if you don’t want to prank your students, she has two engaging educational activities that will allow you to still bring in some April Fools’ Day fun in your classroom!

» Fool Me Once: A digital breakout for April Fool’s Day created by Michael Davidson. This one is pretty tricky and will definitely fool you once… Or twice!

» Busy Teacher: Foolproof Fun Lesson Activities for April Fool’s Day—Reading activities, writing ideas, games and Just for Laughs videos

» Control Alt Achieve: The Best Google April Fools Videos—A collection of prank videos produced by Google which poke fun at current trends, technology and even Google itself

» Education World: Happy April Fool’s Day— Book suggestions, articles, fun facts and a WebQuest

» Teacher Planet: April Fool’s—You can also take advantage of their April Fool’s Day lesson plans, worksheets, clip art and English as a Second Language Resources

» Edutopia: April Fool’s Day in the Classroom: 8 Resources for Teachers—A ton of teaching ideas for bring this day into the classroom, including strategies for for engaging students with humor.

» A to Z Teacher Stuff: April Fool’s Day—Printables, scavenger hunts, worksheets, activities, puzzles and more!

» April Fool’s Day Teaching Ideas—A Pinterest board filled with resources galore!

» April Fool’s Day Lessons & Activities—Another Pinterest board jam packed with creative lessons, activities and crafts.

» Enchanted Learning—All kinds of crafts, riddles, reproducibles related to April Fool’s Day live here!

Check out the video clips below explaining how and why the tradition of playing tricks on people began on April 1.

A shout out to Richard Byrne, author of Free Technology for Teachers, for sharing these cool videos!

Classroom Connection:

Use these resources to teach students about the history behind April Fools Day. And while you’re at it, add some comedy to your day by having some harmless foolproof fun with your students and colleagues.

As Charles Dickens once said, “There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.”

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Get Lucky with Some St. Patrick’s Day Poetry Magnets

March10

If you’re looking for a fun activity to complete with your students this St. Patrick’s Day, then all you’ve got to do is snag a copy of my holiday-themed poetry magnets activity!

Here it is: A 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 deleted. Plus, additional words can be generated by creating a new text box and filling it with a white background.

Before you get started on your March adventure, here are a few additional items worth knowing:

» The background on the Google Slide is locked so students can avoid accidentally moving it, but it can still be changed if you wish to allow them to do so. Just right-click on the slide and select the “Change background…” option.

» Some teachers have requested that I provide a word list for each activity so I have created additional slides that include this info.

Check out a sneak preview below!

Click here to access the template. You will be prompted to download your very own copy of the original and save it to your Google Drive. It can then be easily shared with students—especially if you’re using Google Classroom.

Classroom Connection:

The St. Patrick’s Day Poetry Magnets template can be used in a variety of ways as either an independent or collaborative writing activity. Utilize the “magnets” included and/or add your own text boxes to extend the activity—although I think part of the challenge is to use the words provided.

A shout out to Kasey Bell for inspiring me to create my own version of poetry magnets. And a high five goes to Alex, one of my Tech Club kids, for helping to create this activity. ♥

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The Emoji Text Generator: Say It With Feeling

January24
A few weeks ago I shared a post about adding some pizzazz to your Google Classroom posts with the ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ.

As mentioned, this nifty workaround is a copy and paste font generator that converts regular text to free cool fonts including 𝐛𝐨𝐥𝐝, 𝘪𝘵𝘢𝘭𝘪𝘤, ʄǟռƈʏ and 🅜🅞🅡🅔 that can be used on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, blog posts and yes, gσσgℓє ¢ℓαѕѕяσσм.

➲ Well, the fun with this nifty tool doesn’t end there! I recently discovered this web generator also offers collections of symbols ❂ emojis 👍 and smiley faces ㋡ that can be used for adding another dimension to social media posts, blog entries and of course, Google Classroom. 🙅

The site also features a variety of emoticon text such as this example from the “happy” category: ⊂◉‿◉つ

So, the next time you want to impress your students, colleagues and/or friends, dial up the Emoji Text Generator—and/or the ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ.

If you’d prefer the mobile version, check out the Fancy Text iOS app or the Fancy Text Android app—both of which have emoji text options.

*•.¸,¤°´✿.。.:* Nօȶɛ: Emoji and fancy text may not be compatible with all devices, screen readers and translators. *•.¸,¤°´✿.。.:*

ᑕᒪᗩᔕᔕᖇOOᗰ ᑕOᑎᑎEᑕTIOᑎ:

Grab your students’ attention with information that ✤ ѕтαɴdѕ αpαrт ✤ from the rest by using one of the following text generators: Emoji Text Generator 😎 or ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ. ◎[▪‿▪]◎

Added Bonus: If you dig emojis AND the Candy Crush game, then you’ll definitely want to check out the 🅴🅼🅾🅹🅸 🅲🅾🅽🅽🅴🅲🆃 🅶🅰🅼🅴 found right ђєгє! 😁

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Get Your 2019 On!

January1

Live once again from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware—one of my most favorite places in the world…

Here’s wishing you and yours a very happy, sparkly, shiny, brand spankin’ new year from Edutech for Teachers!

And now for my annual reminder encouraging you to take advantage of the opportunity you have to enjoy 12 months of happiness, 52 weeks of laughter, 365 days of love, 8,760 hours of success and 51,536,000 seconds of learning that can be used to inspire others in your sphere of influence!

Regardless of where your personal and professional journey takes you, I hope it’s one of the best ever!

Live, love and laughter… Namaste! ♥

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Get Fancy with the Cool Text Generator

October28

Ever wish you could add some pizzazz to your Google Classroom posts? Well, now you can with the ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ.

This nifty workaround is a copy and paste font generator that converts regular text to free cool fonts including 𝐛𝐨𝐥𝐝, 𝘪𝘵𝘢𝘭𝘪𝘤, ʄǟռƈʏ and 🅜🅞🅡🅔 that can be used on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, blog posts and yes, gσσgℓє ¢ℓαѕѕяσσм.

How does it work? Access the ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ, select a font, click the 🅳🅴🅲🅾🆁🅰🆃🅴 button and customize your text. Once you dig the output, click the 🅲🅾🅿🆈 button and then 🅿🅰🆂🆃🅴 your $цpёя cѳѳг text wherever you need some good stuff.

In addition to sᴛʏʟɪsʜ fonts, the ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ also offers some pretty neat ★·.·´¯`·.·★ tєхt dєcσrαtíσns ★·.·´¯`·.·★ and symbols that can be added to the mix as well.

So, the next time you want to impress your students, colleagues and/or friends, dial up the ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ—or if you’d prefer the mobile version, check out the Fancy Text iOS app or the Fancy Text Android app.

*•.¸,¤°´✿.。.:* Nօȶɛ: Fancy text may not be compatible with all devices, screen readers and translators. *•.¸,¤°´✿.。.:*

ᑕᒪᗩᔕᔕᖇOOᗰ ᑕOᑎᑎEᑕTIOᑎ:

Grab your students’ attention with information that ✤ ѕтαɴdѕ αpαrт ✤ from the rest by using the ᑕOOᒪ ᖴᗩᑎᑕY TE᙭T GEᑎEᖇᗩTOᖇ.

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Tech or Treat: Spook-tacular Halloween Resources for the Classroom II

October14

Looking for some fun activities to celebrate Halloween in your classroom? Then look no further! Listed below is a recently updated version of some really spook-tacular educational Halloween resources that are sure to creep out your students—in a good way, of course!

Whether it’s writing prompts, science experiments, Halloween candy math, Edgar Allan Poe videos or haunted vocabulary, there’s something ghostly awaiting you right here, right now…

» Create Halloween Rebus Stories with Emojis and Google Docs

Generated by Eric Curts, this Halloween rebus activity can be used for students to create and/or read. (BTW: Anyone who grew up reading Highlights magazine in the dentist office waiting room will quickly recognize a rebus. Basically, it is a story in which some of the words are replaced by images.)

» Build a Jack-O-Lantern with Google Slides

Also generated by Eric Curts, this fun, and educational Google Slides activity is a great way for students to be creative and to work on writing skills by describing the Jack-O-Lantern they build with shapes and/or drawings of their own.

» Haunted House Escape

For the Breakout EDU junkies… Check out this spooky, musical, holiday-themed digital breakout game created by Aubrey Yeh. (Designed for middle school students but could work for upper elementary or high school as well.)

» Breakout EDU: Halloween

Check out three challenging yet fun hands-on games with a Halloween twist located on the Breakout EDU site.

» 6 Halloween Paper Circuit Projects

In this project tutorial, learn how to make six different Halloween paper circuit creations. Using parallel and simple circuits, students can bring these templates to life with copper tape, LEDs and batteries.

» 100 Free Halloween STEM Activities

A collection of 100 Halloween STEM activities that are completely free via Nick’s Picks for Educational Technology.

» 31 Days of Halloween STEM Activities and Projects

The STEAM Powered Family gathered 31+ science, tech, engineering and math activities that capture a child’s interest and imagination during this spooky season. And so many of them are perfect for our young scientists! Be sure to check out this spectacular STEM adventure projects!

» Free Halloween Music, Images, Videos, and Clipart for School Projects

Another collection of Halloween goodies from Nick’s Picks for Educational Technology.

» Halloween Activity Set

Get your classroom in the Halloween spirit with these math and science activities, writing ideas and crafts. This site, powered by Scholastic, includes Halloween-themed book lists to find a perfect read-aloud title or scary stories to share with your students for independent reading.

» Halloween Classroom Activities for Any Grade

To prepare for Halloween in your classroom, check out these Halloween classroom activities from Teach HUB for new ways to sneak in some spooky lessons and ghoulish learning!

» Halloween Lesson Ideas

Math… Pick a Pumkin… Bats in the Classroom… And Historical Figure Day, an alternative to the traditional Halloween hoopla. If you’re ready to celebrate Halloween in “spooktacular” fashion, you’re sure to find a fun idea or two right here on the Education World site.

» 30 Halloween Activities for the Classroom

A collection of nearly three dozen hands-on activities (with accompanying pictures) from the Proud to Be Primary blog.

» It’s Halloween!

A Pinterest board containing 90+ Halloween sites to celebrate Halloween by Edutopia.

» The Best Sites for Learning About Halloween

A collection of all things Halloween by Larry Ferlazzo—A visual history, slideshows, vocabulary and spelling games, cloze activities, Halloween Around the World and Mia Cadaver’s Tombstone Timeout, one of the most favorite games found on the BBC site and more!

» Halloween Activities

A variety of educational sites for Halloween by 19 Pencils.

» Tech-Themed Halloween Costume Ideas

Check out and/or share some pretty neat tech-inspired Halloween costume ideas on the Tech with Us Community Facebook thread found here. A shout out to Julie Goode Smith for generating this fun post!

Classroom Connection:
Use these resources to teach and learn about Halloween in fun and hands-on ways.

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Print Custom Sticky Notes with Google Slides

April24

Check out this flashback from about one year ago that includes an extra bonus—An image of actual customized sticky notes I created and printed as a result of participating in Tony Vincent’s Classy Graphics Online Workshop. Maybe you missed the class, but you don’t have to miss out on this useful resource so be sure to read on…

What do you get when you combine sticky notes with Google Slides? A super cool idea from Tony Vincent that shows teachers how to create customized messages for all kinds of classroom uses: Personalized notes, reminders, to do lists, paper tweets, exit tickets, motivational remarks and more!

There’s even a wicked awesome template for generating sticky notes containing customized avatars using the Bitmoji Chrome extension.

Get the scoop, including step-by-step instructions, design tips and templates, by visiting the Learning in Hand blog right here, right now!

In the meantime, check out this instructional video demonstrating how educators can make this concept happen!

Check out the examples I created as one of my projects for the Classy Graphics Online Workshop… (Yep, that means you can do it too!)

Here’s how these particular notes can be used…

  • Twitter: Way to collect feedback from students regarding a lesson, project, discussion, etc.
  • You’ve Got This: Note of encouragement for students and/or colleagues
  • Cool Vibes Only: Note of encouragement for students and/or colleagues
  • Get ‘Er Done: To Do List
  • Tech-Knowledge-y Lives Here: Way of sharing my edtech blog with others
  • #OneSmallThing: Another teacher (Mr. Trexler) and I are promoting this concept in my District (which reinforces the importance of being kind) so we are planning to use this sticky note in our Media Center Kindness Challenge as a way for students to share how they have demonstrated kindness to others.

Classroom Connection:

As simple as they are, sticky notes are powerful educational tools that can motivate and inspire students before, during and after all sorts of classroom activities that span the K-12 curriculum.

Use the resources found within the Learning in Hand blog post to create personalized learning experiences for your students.

A high five to Tony for giving me the thumbs up to highlight his innovative idea on my space!

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