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Online videos for kids

Looking for some great videos to watch, aimed at children? Check out these two great sites – Kideo Player,  (when you are watching them, just hit the space bar to skip to the next, or press the F to watch full screen) and the great Zuitube which claims to have the largest video collection for kids.


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I came across this interesting website called… – you can hear stories being read, and even submit your own stories to the site!

Kids love to be read to (check out Storyline Online ) In fact, it is good for kids to be read to. If a child is brought up being read to, they tend to develop a good imagination and even a desire to read themselves.

Without the rest of the details, you can go straight to Smories right now and begin to watch the videos of the stories being read. It’s easy because the front page contains thumbnails of a bunch of videos. As you hover your cursor over each thumbnail, you’ll see the information about each video, including the age-appropriate label.

What do you think of it?

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PaperCritters: Create Printable Digital Paper Toy Models

This looks like lots of fun! Check out the article all about it here:

PaperCritters: Create Printable Digital Paper Toy Models is one of my favourite websites…… which is where I found this article about PaperCritters.

After reading the article, if you think you might like to try this out,  go to

A member of our class made their own:


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Try Glogging!!!

Click here to see my first Glog, full size.

Am thinking of doing a Glog about all the great web sites I have found… or one about my allotment!  I think they will be great to use in school too, on lots of different subjects.

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Fun links to image change/save software!

I have been having a great time playing with new online web sites I have discovered.  This one was recommended to us on our RadioWaves site by Atiya. (See the great pic I made on the left!).  Click here for the

PhotoFunia is a whizzo site where you can get high quality images at the end of your playing about with your pictures. Click here to go there.

Gadwin Print Screen is screen capturing software that I use all the time.  Basically, if you have an image on your screen, you can use GadwinPrintScreen to capture that image and save it to your hard drive. Yes, you can also right click an image, then ‘save image as’, but GadwinPrintScreen is more versatile.  You can save anything at all you see on your screen, AND crop it to the size you want as you are doing so.  It’s how I capture the images to put online here to show your Flixtime movies  (and actually every other image too!).


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Build a Wild Self

During my online research to find interesting things for you,  I sometimes have to stop myself having too much fun.
This is a my Wild Self  I just made – it’s what happens when you stay up too late on the computer!!!! is where you can build one too.

This is a Wild Self made by Hellokitty –

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Wordle – online software

I really enjoyed using this online software!  This is a Wordle of all the words on our main school website.   Click on the image to see it bigger, and be taken to the Wordle site.

Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your friends.  (If you make a Wordle – share it with us! Leave us the link to it as a comment below)

44 Ways to use Wordle in the classroom –

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