In my blended learning class we got to experiment with Padlet. It is an interactive real time place for students to write responses, ideas and share information. Students do not need an email account to use which is huge for elementary students who often don't have their own emails (or an extra step that simply takes up too much time.)
So here are some examples of a Padlet. I embedded the code from the website (www.padlet.com) where I create them. I have an account and I can modify the document any time I want (and it will change where ever it is linked to). Contributors can only modify their own comments.
So this is a little off my usual topics but I feel like I'm an expert in dressing for obstacle course race events, like the Warrior Dash...
An art room can't be kept cleaned and organized without getting your students to pitch in. Clean-up can be a time suck if it is not plan...
Do you need an adorable project for St. Patrick's day? Check out this project that works on your young ones paper folding skills!