There are many image manipulation tools available for teachers, or their pupils, to use. Many of these for free. Some require software to be downloaded and many are able to be used online. Schools use images in so many ways – both in … Continue reading →
Every primary school in Falkirk Council is provided with networked PCs which are refreshed every 3 or 4 years. The number provided centrally is based on the size of the school. Schools can also add to this number but the … Continue reading →
SAM Animation stop-motion-animation software (demo-version) from Tufts University is great to create stop-motion animations. It has a free to download version and the SAM Animation site has online help-guides. What is SAM Animation? SAM Animation provides a tool for pupils to make stop-action … Continue reading →
There are now a number of online tools which are free to use to create wordclouds (images made from words) from your own text. These wordcloud images create a visual representation of the chosen text, with the frequency of the … Continue reading →
http://www.kideos.com/video/photosynthesis-song Kideos.com has videos grouped according to age group for use in primary school. Some of these help support teaching concepts (such as the photosynthesis song), or or reinforce vocabulary.
To quickly and easily create animated images for use on webpage, blog, wiki or Glow group the following free online tools can be used. Users upload images, specify the speed of animation and size of image, and then, once created, … Continue reading →
http://blabberize.com/ can be used to create a speaking image in Monty Python-esque animation style. Pupils can choose an image of an animal’s head of their choice (from website with permission to use and royalty-free) . They then use a microphone to add … Continue reading →
Timelines can be useful across the curriculum in classroom contexts – such to show the progression of events, whether as a sequential record of major developments in real historical events, or for pupils to create a fictional sequence in creative writing, or … Continue reading →