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Little You 3D – Customize 3D Printed Toys

Varies Little You 3D is a website that allows users to create customizable characters that they can order. If users do order the character, they can choose if it is 3cm, 4cm, or 5cm tall, and the cost for ordering characters depends on its size. (The 3cm characters start at $25.) To create their character, users must visit the Little ...

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RecordCast

Free RecordCast provides users with a tool for recording and editing videos, and it does not require any download or subscription. To begin, users will need to launch the RecordCast website, and they choose the “Start Recording” option to create a new video or the “Try Video Editor” if they already have a video and wish to edit it. This ...

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SplashLearn: Math & Reading – Kids Learning Games

Paid SplashLearn is a digital math curriculum aligned to the Common Core State Standards that allows users to create classes of students and assign them a variety of assessments and learning opportunities. Users can access SplashLearn via the web, the App Store, or Google Play, and this review will be based on the “Teacher” user for the web version of ...

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PLT4M

Paid PLT4M is a multipurpose platform for tracking student users’ training progress as well as locating fitness-related resources for supporting high school students. To begin, teacher users must register with the website to access their dashboard, which allows them to access multiple options. Once registered, the “Dashboard” will load, and teacher users can view their newsfeed that includes information about ...

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Parlay Ideas: The Future of Class Discussions!

Paid! Parlay Ideas is a platform that allows teacher users to either create or select multimedia discussion prompts for their student users to engage. To begin, teacher users must launch and then register with the site. Once registered, teacher users will be presented with three options on the left side of the screen that include: New Roundtable, Browse Universe, and ...

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GroupMap: Collaborative Brainstorming & Problem Solving

Paid! GroupMap is a flexible tool for creating collaborative charts, graphic organizers, figures, mindmaps, and more! This tool is ideal for users who wish to visually represent collaborative thinking about a topic with other users. To utilize Groupmap, users will first need to log in using their credentials. They will then be taken to their home screen, which is a ...

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Diigo: A Tool for All Classrooms

  Freemium!   Diigo is a Google Chrome Extension that allows users to save, annotate, notate, and share articles. To begin, users must install the Diigo extension to their Chrome browser. Next, the Diigo logo appears on the top right of Chrome menu, and users can access Diigo by clicking its logo. To begin using Diigo, users should navigate to ...

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VoiceThread: A Tool for Creating Narrated Presentations

  Freemium!   VoiceThread is a web-based platform that allows users to import files to create online presentations that includes options for adding comments using text and video. VoiceThread also includes a searchable library of presentations made by other VoiceThread users. To begin, users must register with VoiceThread and confirm their email. Next, they will be able to access their ...

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CleverPDF: Start Converting Your PDFs Today!

Free! CleverPDF is a file conversion tool that allows users to convert and modify PDF documents and other file types for free. To begin, users must launch the website and choose a type of conversion (e.g., PDF to Word, PDF to Excel, PDF to PPTX, Word to PDF, Excel to PDF, etc.) or modification (e.g., reorder pages in a PDF, ...

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W3Schools: A High-Quality Resource for Learning Code

The W3Schools is a website that provides support for users who are learning to code. After launching the website, users choose the coding language that meets their needs. There is an extensive library of options that are broken into categories: HTML and CSS, JavaScript, Server Side, Programming, Web Building, and XML Tutorials. Once users identify the support they need, they ...

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