Useful websites and applications

As part of our students last week, students chose a website or application to investigate.  I will add links to some of the student reviews below:

Teresa Morgan has investigated a website called Wordia as part of her online activities.  You can read Teresa’s review on her blog http://teresamorgan.edublogs.org/2013/03/06/crawling-before-i-walk/

Jennifer Walsh investigated Zooburst which allows students to create 3D pop up blooks.  You can read Jennifer’s review on her blog https://jlwalsh14.edublogs.org/2013/02/27/exploring-ict-using-3d-pop-up-books-for-literacy/

Katie Reed investigated Glass Giant to create online images.  Katie’s review can be viewed at  http://katiereed83.edublogs.org/2013/03/01/looking-into-glass-giant/

Michelle Poulter investigated Puppet Pals, which lets students create online stories.  Michelle’s review can be found at http://mrspoulter.edublogs.org/2013/03/04/puppet-pals-app/#comment-21

2 thoughts on “Useful websites and applications

  1. I really like the way you have summarised other ‘bloggers’ posts. That is a great idea and a time saver for those of us who would like to catch up on a variety of pages quickly.
    The overwhelming number of sites is daunting – this way I got to have a sneak peek at several ideas and postings in one stop.
    This might be an idea we can share amongst ourselves to ensure our findings are being spread around.

    http://mrsrobins.edublogs.org/

    Thank you Rachel

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