Powtoon & Canva

…And these are a few of my favorite things! This week, the two websites we are discussing are two of the several go-to sites that I use often in my classroom. Both sites can be use in any subject area and have many uses. Check them out and have some fun!

Powtoon

Go-to site #1 is Powtoon. This site is a great way for students to create presentations, how-to videos or video type presentations. The great thing about Powtoon is the fun cartoon images that can add a little animation to your student’s work, as well as the fact that they can easily add a voiceover to their project!

Canva

My second favorite site is Canva. This site allows you or students to create pretty much any design. I use it for student comparisons, digital posters, infographics, invitations and so much more! It is easy to use and there are so many free template options. Check it out!

TECH MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

I hope that you try out a few of my favorite things and if you already are using them, please tell us how you are! I love to hear new ideas!

Enjoy your week!

Transcript not yet available for this episode.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More Posts

Promotional image for the Tech Tools for Teachers podcast, episode #186 titled ‘Pest World for Kids.’ The background is bright green with a wavy blue line design. The podcast logo is at the top left, and a photo of Shanna Martin, smiling, is on the right. The episode number and title are displayed in bold text below the logo.

Pest World for Kids

Ever wish you could transport your students into the fascinating world of creepy crawlies? Well, hold on to your antennae because this week’s Tech Tools

This image is a promotional graphic for the "Tech Tools for Teachers Podcast." It features a smiling woman with shoulder-length brown hair, positioned on the right side of the image against a blue backdrop with abstract wave designs. The podcast's title is prominently displayed in bold white text at the top. Below the title, it reads "Episode #185 - Avatar Makers & Cartoon Creators" in a contrasting light blue box, highlighting the topic of the episode. The overall design is clean and professional, aimed at attracting educators interested in technology.

Avatar Makers & Cartoon Creators

Get ready for an imagination explosion in your classroom! This week on the Tech Tools for Teachers podcast, we’re diving into the whimsical worlds of

Promotional image for episode 184 of the 'Tech Tools for Teachers' podcast, featuring a smiling Caucasian woman with shoulder-length brown hair. The image includes a vibrant blue abstract wave design in the background. Text overlays announce 'EPISODE #184 - TAP INTO TYPING FUN!' with the podcast's logo in the top left corner.

Tap Into Typing Fun!

🎹 3 Websites to Level Up Student Keyboarding In our digital world, keyboarding is an essential 21st century skill for students. Proper typing technique allows