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Kimberley Porteus

Drawing Animals | - 3 views

    When teaching Kindergarten and Grade 1, there are a range of times we can use basic animal drawings to teach children simple concepts of numeracy, and a number of other things.  In this newsletter, I seek out the simple sites that can teach us as early Primary teachers better tricks to draw animals from simple shapes.  These tools help us learn new animals, and share them with our children!
Helena Grant

FlockDraw - A Free, Collaborative group whiteboard - 2 views

    I like the idea of being able to collaboratively draw - to use for drawing diagrams and asking students to label, add on, cut in half etc. But, I can't tell if you can keep your drawing private. Need to investigate further.
Brenda Nickel

Google Docs - 0 views

    Google Docs is an on-line tool that shows how open source software works. You get free word processing, drawing, spreadsheet, and presentation software to use on-line. You can collaborate with others on projects.
    While editing a document, you can invite other people to work on it with you. Windows or Mac, Firefox or Explorer, Docs and Spreadsheets has everything you'd expect in a word processor and spreadsheet program. Throw in the ability to import and export in a variety of formats, including Office.
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