It was all hands on deck in the Elementary School this afternoon as we tried to make 1000 paper cranes as a symbol of peace, health and happiness for the people of Japan.
Over the past week and a half, the ES, MS & HS have been running various fundraisers to raise money for those living in the devastated by earthquake and tsunami parts of Northern Japan.
Here’s one Grade 3’s class effort, folding as many paper cranes as we could in an hour.
Introducing Wylio.com **** Updated scroll to bottom****
To use when you need to embed a Creative Commons image in a blog post.
This site is SO simple, so easy and only 4 steps from finding a creative commons image to embedding it in a post for your blog!!
All images uploaded with Skitch
You can still use compfight – but wylio is so much easier for embedding creative commons images & the bonus is the attribution is done for you – all in only 4 EASY steps!
Of course, in this ever changing world of technology – Wylio has changed slightly since I first posted about it!
Due to it’s growing popularity ….. Wylio now requires you to create a free account & login to use. You can use your google account if you have one!
My advice, for classroom teachers would be to create a class google account for Wylio – one email address, one password – for the whole class to remember.
(A class google account can come in handy for all kinds of other things in the classroom – another blog post for later).