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It has been a LONG week. I got my first sick crud of the year and it took me out.  Today I have my voice back and am starting to see light at the end of the tunnel.  I hope you all are avoiding the crud and are enjoying the last days of February.  This weekend I will be at Colorado Learning 2.0 in Loveland Colorado, if you won’t be there with us in person, you can join us virtually by going to http://colearning.wikispaces.com.  I am so excited, I just love these days of conversation and learning! This week I was joined on my iPad Curriculum blog by 5th grade students at Shipley School in PA. It is great to get the student perspective on education apps.  You can learn more about the students blogging with me here, and read their first review on Britannica Kids Ancient Egypt here. Have a fantastic weekend!

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Big Huge Labs: Magazine

Posted by admin | Posted in Fun & Games, Language Arts, Middle/High School, Primary Elementary, Secondary Elementary, Websites | Posted on 08-01-2008

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What it is: Big Huge Labs: Magazine is an online magazine cover creator. Students can create custom magazine covers from photos on Flickr or photos uploaded from the computer.

How to integrate Big Huge Labs: Magazine into the classroom: This would be a great tie-in to a persuasive writing unit. Discuss with students why magazine covers need to be persuasive. Students can create a custom cover for a multitude of projects. This might be a fun Mother’s day/Father’s day gift as well!

Tips: Set up a class Flickr account and link to Big Huge Labs for easy access for your students.

Please leave a comment and share how you are using Big Huge Labs: Magazines in your classroom.


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