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Putting words in their mouths!

June 10th, 2013 · No Comments · Working with photographs

  Phrase it allows you to add speech/thought bubbles to your images.  This is a free site (no login required) and you can download the image.  Since the site was blocked on student account, I have submitted a tech request. (From TeachersFirst)

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Were you working?

April 4th, 2012 · No Comments · Content - Social Studies

  How work has changed!  The where, why, how of work in the last century are displayed in this National Archives site The Way We Worked.  There are primary documents along with a brief description. (from Free Technology for Teachers)

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Putting your mark on money

March 26th, 2012 · No Comments · Working with photographs

Several sites allow you to put your face on a dollar bill.  But Festisite offers money from an Antarctica dollar to a Yugoslavian dinar.  This site will probably not  work on a student account- you would have to make the image for them. Extra credit if you can identify the image on my sample. (from […]

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Free photos

February 16th, 2012 · No Comments · Classroom

Freefoto has many free photos for your student’s use in digital projects. Under their educational policy, all they need to do is credit the photo. You can search by their listed categories or by key word. The site does contain several advertisements. The site does have some paid images as well, but the free ones […]

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