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I teach ages: 5 to 22+
Great screencasting tool. It is a Chrome add-on.
Mystorybook.com is a fun and easy to use digital story creator. Similar to the Book Creator App. I think this website is very useful and user friendly. Excellent for younger children or as an introduction to creating digital stories.
Look out Google Keep! there is a new player in town and its Beyondpad. Adds several functions to Google Keep’s interface and promises more to come. I will def give it a try!
Students are able to listen to over 150 storybooks in their home language. Books are diverse and culturally relevant to students. The icons on the top of the library divide the books into different topics.Overall, this is a great website to pair with specific lesson plans or for using it as an extra guide to reading.
Pixlr-o-matic is a free photo editing app online. It is also available on Android and iOS. Pixlr-o-matic lets you apply a number of pre-rendered effects, frames, and filters to photos.
If your students can use Instagram they can definitely use Pixlr-o-matic
Pixlr Express is a fun photo editor that lets you quickly crop, resize, and fix any picture, remove red-eye, and whiten teeth. It has a large variety of effects, overlays, and borders to personalize any image. This has been my go to photo editing site for my students to use. They can get on the site and begin using the editor in minutes without very much guidance. Highly recommended!
My sons LOVE this app. Its a fun way for them to learn their numbers.