Looking for our meaningful screen time resources to recommend to parents or to use with your own children this summer? Guest blogger Scott Winstead has put together a fantastic list of digital apps, websites, and resources for any digital learner! Keep Screen Time Meaningful this Summer As
February 22, 2022 is unofficially Two's Day and it even falls on a Tuesday! Celebrate this once in a lifetime date in the classroom with this fun rundown of STEM activities. Free Two's Day Wordle for Google Sheets I went into detail on my blog about how Wordle on Google Sheets is a great
UL Xplorlabs is an educational platform designed to encourage students to solve through science. Learn more about the completely FREE low prep modules that include interactive videos, lesson plans, hands-on STEM activities, and creative challenges. UL Xplorlabs compensated me for writing this
I've rounded up 8 tech tools and ideas for using them. Some of these tools are new and some have been around but with new features. Tools are a mix of apps and sites - some are device specific. Thank you to the presenters and EXPO booths at ISTE 2019 for sharing these tools and features.
The Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea will be most of the month of February so I've created a list of digital activities for the Winter Games to integrate technology in the classroom. Whether you are using iPads or Chromebooks, you should definitely consider incorporating the Winter Games
Create an end of the year photo collage on the free Chrome extension and website Loupe. Import existing photos from Google Drive, the hard drive, and Dropbox then choose a shape and Loupe auto fills the shape with your images! Learn more about the free photo collage maker, Loupe, and how you can