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Free Kids Clip Art by Phillip Martin, Free Clip Art for Kids

Free Kids Clip Art by Phillip Martin, Free Clip Art for Kids
Welcome to Free Clip Art by Phillip Martin ! The artwork contained on this website are original works created by Phillip Martin and are protected by the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976 and other laws. You may use and reproduce the artwork contained on this website for FREE for a noncommercial purpose in accordance with the Creative Commons License below. Generally, the Creative Common License requires that (1) any reproduction of the artwork is for a noncommercial purpose, (2) you attribute the artwork to Phillip Martin, (3) you do not alter, transform, or build upon the artwork, and (4) you make clear to others the terms of the Creative Commons License under which you are reproducing the artwork.

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How to Use the LinkedIn Resume Assistant in Microsoft Word When was the last time you created or updated your resume using Microsoft Word? If it’s been a while, then you might be missing out on a helpful feature to improve your resume. The LinkedIn Resume Assistant is a handy tool that assists you with that all-important, job-catching document. The LinkedIn Resume Assistant provides you with example resume snippets from other people in your field. This lets you see how they describe and explain their work experience and job skills.

Super cute sewing tutorials Have you visited Anna Graham's blog Noodlehead yet? If you like to sew things that are so cute you can't stand it, rush right over there. Here's her free tutorial for gathered clutches (also available as a PDF pattern with other styling options for purchase right here.) Art, Creativity, & Kids: 20+ Resources Posted by Shelly Terrell on Wednesday, November 10th 2010 Part of the Cool Sites series Many schools have cut out the Arts from the curriculum due to budget cuts and the emphasis on raising standardized test scores.

How to Create a Podcast Last week launched a new and improved site that makes it easy for anyone to create and publish a podcast. I liked the redesigned site so much that I featured it as my tip of the week in the Practical Ed Tech newsletter. If you're not subscribed to that newsletter or you are and you haven't seen it yet, here's the video that was featured in the newsletter. Made By Rae: (Free!) Buttercup Bag Sewing Pattern This pattern uses a mere fat quarter of fabric for the outer + a little less of another fabric for lining. If you’re using quilting cotton for the outer fabric, I recommend using a fusible interfacing to strengthen it. You’ll also need a magnetic snap and (optionally) a couple of buttons, although it looks pretty cute without the buttons too.

Voice Based Drawing Tool There are a lot of ways to create your own drawings online. You can use a Wacom table with a stylus or use traditional digital brushes. Voice-based Drawing Toy is a different kind of art tool that lets you draw using just your voice. To use this tool, just speak into your microphone and watch the drawing pointer move. Low volume will curve the pointer counter clockwise, medium volume will draw a straight line, and high volume curves the pointer clockwise. Two Tools for Audio Creation in the Chromebook Classroom Posted by EdTechTeacher Instructor Ben Sondgeroth, @Mr_Sondgeroth As the Chromebook perforates classrooms across the country, students have the ability to express themselves in ways that may not have been possible in a traditional classroom setting. Chromebooks offer so many ways to engage students creatively and go well beyond word processing. Perhaps one of the most powerful ways that we can allow students to demonstrate their learning and understanding of topics is through voice.

Sewing 101 with Gwen, Mitered corners What a fabulous way to start the new year...a fun new Sewing 101 Guest. Please enjoy Gwen's tutorial on making a mitered corner. Hey! History Here Now available on the Apple Watch. HISTORY HERE is a Webby Award-winning interactive travel guide to thousands of historic locations across the United States.Use the app to learn the history around your neighborhood, when you visit someplace new or if you're just feeling curious while sitting on the couch! Get the facts about the history that's hidden all around you, including architecture, museums, battlefields, monuments, famous homes and much more! And now, you can explore TOURS, a new feature that use locations as a way to learn about historical themes and topics, such as Marilyn Monroe's Hollywood, Civil War Atlanta and Al Capone's Chicago. WE ARE ADDING MORE POINTS OF INTEREST ALL THE TIME. Know a place that's not listed in the app?

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