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Welcome to my store and thanks for stopping by! Here you'll find innovative, fun, exciting technology as well as literacy resources to spice up your task design, yeah! All resources are passionately created with a focus on making handouts/worksheets useful, visually appealing and motivating. Browse through my store to find out :-)!

Welcome to my store and thanks for stopping by! Here you'll find innovative, fun, exciting technology as well as literacy resources to spice up your task design, yeah! All resources are passionately created with a focus on making handouts/worksheets useful, visually appealing and motivating. Browse through my store to find out :-)!
Stop-Motion Animation Skill Building Mini-Lesson-No Prep! Hassle-free Start
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Stop-Motion Animation Skill Building Mini-Lesson-No Prep! Hassle-free Start

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Time to kick-off 2022 with some fun and easy stop-motion animations your students will love, wohooo!!! The cool part, EVERY kid can make one on their phone or any other device (iphone, Android, ipad, tablet)!!! I will introduce you to a game-changing, user-friendly, free yet powerful app to supercharge your every day task design! How best to learn then following a super cool tutorial before heading out to make your own creations! This is a hands-on step-by-step lesson with visuals and video instructions. All you have to do is advance through the slides and let the slides to the “talking” for ya! Also great to use during online instructions! Students will also be introduced to common animation terms and concepts, app interface, task requirements, cool 3D templates to build 3D characters and more!!! Included: 31 Power Point slides packed with comprehensive instructions, tools, tips and tricks editable marking guide
Makeproject: Easy Paper Circuit Card Templates w/ Video demonstration STEAM/STEM
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Makeproject: Easy Paper Circuit Card Templates w/ Video demonstration STEAM/STEM

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This is a stunning and low-budget maker project to teach students the basics of electronics and circuit design. I have developed three paper circuit cards with hand-drawn funky designs that include a scaffolding approach so that students will be able to create their own circuit designs from scratch at the end. Just follow the easy written instructions on the card or watch my short “How to-video”. The link to my vimeo video is included in this package. Start with Card #1 to learn how to do a simple circuit. Then move on to card #2 to learn how to create a parallel circuit, Lastly create your own circuit design on card #3. Video demonstration available Click the link in this document to watch me in action how I make my card light up! Show it to the whole class as well!!! Tip! Embed some literacy into these card! Each card has a dedicated space for writing e.g. about the experience working with electronics, short story about the characters on the card, reflection etc. .The writing ideas are endless! For best results print each card on white cardstock paper - double-sided. You need the following materials to make the cards blink: coin cell batteries LED’s copper tape or aluminum tape binder clip Paper circuit cards (that you buy here and print off) scissors
Visual Storytelling Videography Skill building lesson, No Prep! Phonevideography
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Visual Storytelling Videography Skill building lesson, No Prep! Phonevideography

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This is a powerful lesson I taught in high school to get students acquainted to effective visual storytelling techniques. I created a suspenseful short video about the importance of meeting assignment due dates. I highlight robust camera shots and angles as well as cinematic motion shots to show students how a topic can be visualized. The video I made was entirely done on my iPhone 8. In this no-prep resource you will get: Tons of frontloading project ideas your students can do on their phone to introduce them to camera shots and angles as well as cinematic motion shots. My video example Assignment instructions to re-recreate my video to practice camera movements. Music files for students videos. Online video editing tool unless you are using one that’s already installed on your school’s computers.
Stop-Motion Animation Introduction Phone/iPad, Projects,Apps, Examples, Hardware
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Stop-Motion Animation Introduction Phone/iPad, Projects,Apps, Examples, Hardware

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In this ultimate introduction, you’ll learn tips and tricks when it comes to creating Stop-motion animations made entirely on the iPad or simply your phone! Yes, you heard right! Forget all the pain that comes with stop-motion creation using multiple devices such as a camera, a computer, cords etc. This is a real-time saver to dive into the process of stop-motion animations in your classroom. Stop-Motion animations are an engaging way to let students process information in an engaging and meaningful way. Let them make their thinking visible! Topics covered are: Traditional animation techniques and projects. Student will create their own hands-on, physical animations. Stop-Motion examples and behind the scenes. Don’t spend hours on Youtube finding! I got you! Types of stop-motions Useful hardware, equipment in the classroom My top two free apps I’ve been using.
Among US Identification Cards-Gamify Your Classroom Instantly! Whole Class Game
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Among US Identification Cards-Gamify Your Classroom Instantly! Whole Class Game

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This is the current hype in (almost) every Junior/Middle school across the globe - The video game Among Us! Students are hyped and would like to play it 24/7 on their phones. Why don’t we incorporate this pop culture straight into our classroom and make crewmates and impostors our scholastic friends? I have designed Among Us identification cards to transform and gamify traditional classwork with an Among US theme. And this is how you get the most disengaged student to complete his/her math work finally! What is Among US? Crewmates must run around the ship and try to complete a set of tasks while trying to root out and avoid getting killed by the one or several impostors. Players can be voted off the ship, so each game becomes one of survival: Successfully vote off the impostors, or complete all your tasks to win. It’s simple, cartoony and easy enough for a five-year-old to play on an iPhone. (https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/14/style/among-us.html. Retrieved: November 15, 2020) The classroom version does not include killing! I added slight modification to the game to make it student friendly. Included are: 33 Crewmate identity cards 3 impostor identity cards 3 Page teacher manual with game description 1 Emergency meeting poster (letter size)
Sketchnoting Skill Building Practice Sheets, Empowers Visual Thinking!Just Print
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Sketchnoting Skill Building Practice Sheets, Empowers Visual Thinking!Just Print

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ou want your students to become visual thinkers? You even have some students reluctant to drawing and/or art in general? Try these sketchnoting skill building practice sheets that guide students through drawing people and facial expressions easily and smoothly. The point of sketchnoting is to capture the idea not being an artist. This will empower your students to become visual thinkers and start demonstrating their ideas visually. Included: 4 pages of sketchnoting practice sheets (PDF) Just print and hand out.
Sketchnoting Skill Building Practice Sheets, Empowers Visual Thinking!Just Print
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Sketchnoting Skill Building Practice Sheets, Empowers Visual Thinking!Just Print

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You want your students to become visual thinkers? You even have some students reluctant to drawing and/or art in general? Try these sketchnoting skill building practice sheets that guide students through drawing people and facial expressions easily and smoothly. The point of sketchnoting is to capture the idea not being an artist. This will empower your students to become visual thinkers and start demonstrating their ideas visually. Included: 4 pages of sketchnoting practice sheets (PDF) Just print and hand out.
Basic Photography Terms Cheat Sheets, Printable and ready to use in GClassroom!
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Basic Photography Terms Cheat Sheets, Printable and ready to use in GClassroom!

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Are you teaching the basics of Photography? Lots of new terms and concepts? These 5 comprehensive letter sized and visually appealing “Cheat Sheets” help visualizing and explaining the most important photography terms in no time. These concepts are crucial to understand when using a DSLR camera. Print them in colour, and hang them on your bulletin board in the classroom as a reference for students when working on photography tasks. Or add them to your website, Google slides, GClassroom… Which concepts are covered? What is Aperture? What is DOF? What is Shutter Speed? What is FStop? What is ISO? This package includes 5 handouts in PDF and individual jpegs.
Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters Classroom Pendant Banner *Just Print*
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Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters Classroom Pendant Banner *Just Print*

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Get your class ready for this lovely cartoon style ‘Every Child Matters’ classroom pendant banner. Showcase diversity and inclusion with these lovingly digitally drawn cartoon students. Just print, cut, laminate (optional) and hang on a string in your classroom. Also great to use as a bulletin board border. Let it hang all year long to honour Indigenous children.
Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters 3 Activity Pages *No Prep-Just Print*
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Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters 3 Activity Pages *No Prep-Just Print*

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I have designed for your and my students three orange shirt day activity pages. Two of them are colouring pages of diverse student backgrounds honouring orange shirt day. All are hand-drawn on the Ipad. The third page focuses on descriptive sentence writing using the sentences starter “Every child is…” students are to complete the sentence with an adverb that further describes the adjective given in a word bank. Decorate your bulletin board with your students coloured pages!!! A real show-stopper! Also great for ESL students to practice using adverbs and adjectives in sentences to make them more descriptive.
10 Cool Doodling Challenges/Prompts - Just Print, Ready-To-G0
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10 Cool Doodling Challenges/Prompts - Just Print, Ready-To-G0

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Looking to add some fun doodling sheets to your classroom? Have some reluctant readers that need some doodling challenges during reading time? Grab these 10 cool, ready-to-go sheets and see your students’ creativity flow! Doodling challenges: Doodle a variety of delicious cupcakes Doodle cute looking junk food by adding a face. Doodle a variety of funny, scary, weird looking monsters Doodle cool looking sneakers Doodle a variety of fruits Doodle a burst of candy Doodle anything you would like to buy. Doodle emojis with different facial expressions. Doodle school supplies Doodle the word Awesome in different font styles. Doodle…(Freestyle)
Among Us Bookmarks **Theme: Cool Professions, Stylish and fun to use!**
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Among Us Bookmarks **Theme: Cool Professions, Stylish and fun to use!**

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Looking to spice up your silent reading periods during the day with these stylish looking Among Us Bookmarks? Want to use these bookmarks as little rewards at the end of each week where students can pick their Among Us job? Use these cute bookmarks! Your students will go bananas!, guaranteed! And you get the bonus of becoming the coolest teacher at school! You will get 26 beautifully designed Among Us Bookmarks (in colour). Best print results: In colour and on cardstock (65 lb). Laminate (optional) The following jobs/professions are represented: artist basketball player mathematician teacher videographer firefighter photographer programmer sneaker head nutritionist architect engineer Youtuber game developer professional gamer innovator chef pastry chef doctor social media manager fashion designer make-up artist entrepreneur contractor journalist dentist
Photo Essay Assignment and Example *No Prep- Time Saver*
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Photo Essay Assignment and Example *No Prep- Time Saver*

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You want students to create a stunning photo essay using learned principles of Shots and Angles but need a breathtaking example to show your class how to achieve great results regarding storytelling and visual composition? No time to do your own? This PowerPoint gives you a great example of a photo essay I created using various Shots and Angles “The Quest for Cheerios”. Teaching idea: Step students through my photo essay example and discuss as a class the Shots and Angles that are used in my photos as well as the flow of the story etc. The last slide gives you a short Assignment description with requirements to follow. You can always tweak the assignment according to your teaching needs. Implement a photo essay in your Photography class or Language Arts. Check out my Photography Cheat Sheet. A real time saver and pretty handy when it comes to teaching the basics in photography!