1 Reply Latest reply: Sep 12, 2013 11:16 AM by deeprivervisions RSS

Share your blogging resources here!

CBrown New User
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I hear about so many different blog hosts and projects for kids, that I wanted to start a discussion where we could just share our resources. 

 

Recently I found http://classtools.net/fb/home/page.  The "Fakebook" can be a great part of a blog post.

 

What other sites have you had success with or methods have you used?

  • Re: Share your blogging resources here!
    deeprivervisions New User
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    I think pengrouponline.com might be of interest, which is run by a teacher, with several sub-blogs there under colorful icons. Also pinterest is not a blog in the sense of text entries, but some teachers there have pinned various resources they like, for example. www.pinterest.com/janetdyer/pins/.

     

    Another great site is teacherspayteachers, which in spite of the name, has a lot of free resources developed by real teachers. But even if you pay for something, it goes to another teacher instead of a corporation, and you might want to load something of your own. I loaded a few student art in videos there and anybody is welcome to download them if they would help stimulate an art or science project (don't be put off by the "store" label as the files are free):

     

    Store: Leslie-Wagle - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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