Adobe Spark: for making presentations, Book Trailers, Posters, Reports, etc. "One of the nicest things about it is that If the students insert an image, it's automatically cited. Students can make their own account, or can use a single teacher account to log in for the first time. There are 3 components: Movie, Post, Page. They have nice page-by-page prompts to guide the kids' storytelling process." (Michele Nokleby)
You and your students can sign in to Canva with your Google account to design a number of things that include flyers, presentations, cards, invitations and posters. You can choose ‘from more than one million layouts, stock photographs and illustrations. Search for the best graphics, photos, and fonts then use Canva’s simple drag and drop tool to create a design.’
Regardless of the licence, all images should be credited but how do you find out who made it? Click the pic to read about how to do a reverse image search to find out.
"Grades 3-12: The Webbing Tool provides a free-form graphic organizer for activities that ask students to pursue hypertextual thinking and writing. The tool provides a quick way for students to trace out options and rearrange connections. Students can use the Webbing Tool to analyze readings as well as a prewriting activity and flowcharting tool. Students can drag the circle or box shapes representing their ideas to arrange any layout and relationship that they want. Each layer on the chart will have a different color border for the shapes that you choose. Customized versions of the tool, which include additional instructions and more focused choices, are included with some lessons."
Jbrary has created a number of Youtube videos of different songs and rhymes that you can perform in the library for your classes. Each video teaches students about a new topic and in some of the videos they even discuss lessons they incorporate with the song or rhyme.