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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Wonderful Free Templates to Create Newspapers for your Class

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Wonderful Free Templates to Create Newspapers for your Class
Earlier this year we wrote about web tools teachers can use to for their classrooms. This post turned We have selected for you today a host of awesome templates for your Power Point presentations. These are basically newspaper templates provided by for free. If you want to create a newspaper for your class, you can do it through one of these templates. The procedure is very easy. Just download the template you are going to use, and once downloaded open the file and start customizing it the way you want. 1- Newspaper Template for Word Download it HERE 2- Free Illustrator Newspaper Template Download it HERE 3- Adobe Illustrator Newspaper Template Download it HERE 4- Microsoft Word Newspaper Template Download it HERE 5- School Newspaper Template Download it HERE 6- Free Word Newspaper Template Download it HERE 7- Free Newspaper Template Download it HERE

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Small Types: Read All Over Hey, remember this goofy old riddle? Q: What's black and white and red all over? A: The newspaper! (The "red" should obviously be "read" in that sentence, but I wasn't sure how I should type it since I didn't want to give away the riddle. Hmm.) Anyway, since this month is about the color red, with Valentine's Day and hearts and all, that little riddle popped into my head... 9 Tools to Create E-magazines and Newspapers for Your Class 1- Uniflip UniFlip converts your magazine, brochure or catalog from its original PDF format into an exciting, professional multi-media digital format with pages that flip. 2-Joomag Joomag is a web tool that lets you create your own magazines using a simple online editor.

16 Websites to Teach and Learn Vocabulary There are now several web tools that are really great in teaching vocabulary and that you can use with your students in the classroom. We have curated a list a list of some of the best web tools to teach vocabulary. Check them down below. 1- This is a website that will hep students master the vocabulary essential to their academic success. 10 Free tools to create digital magazines and newspapers Creating digital magazines and newspapers is the trend in 21st century education.Encouraging students to publish their work online in the form of digital magazines is to sharpen their writing,creativity,and thinking skills.In today's post,I am sharing with you some popular free tools to help you create digital newspapers. Enjoy the list below 1.Uni Flip This is an online web publishing tool to create interactive e-magazines and other publications.It requires no installation 2.Open Zine

Poetry Cafe I love admiring this picture. For me, there's something so very peaceful about it. It represents nine months of blossoming for 24 young little thinkers. I took this on the day of our Poetry Cafe (inspired by Marie, my teammate, who found an amazing post about a teacher who knew how to put on a great Poetry Cafe - look here and you'll be impressed). Fun in Fifth Grade at JCS Every year, our school holds a Race for Education. This is one of our biggest fundraisers that brings in quite a bit of money to JCS. Both the students and the teachers send out mailers asking for donations to family and friends and pray that others feel compelled to help our school. On a Friday in October, the whole school goes to a nearby track and runs laps for an hour. People can donate by lap or give a flat donation.

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