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Combine maps and a timeline to tell the story of change over time and place with this visual tool! [...] »

Replicate the experience of reading (and creating) a book, electronically. [...] »

Students of all ages can create their own virtual pop-up books with ZooBurst. [...] »

Develop graphic organizers, charts, and other visualizations collaboratively. [...] »

Curate and create online "museums in a box." [...] »

Open up a new world between whiteboards and slides with this presentation tool. [...] »

A multimedia collaborative tool with the American Association of School Librarians' stamp of approval. [...] »

Does something this much fun belong in the classroom? Yes! [...] »

Create a lesson, worksheet, or class page, and publish it online right away. [...] »

Construct your own short films demonstrating historical thinking. [...] »

 
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