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Tech Challenge

Challenge:  A little "Thanks" goes a long way.  Take a moment and say thank you to one of your teachers over the Winter Break.  Use or or more of the following services to create digital content that best expresses your gratitude.  Find a creative way of saying "Thank You" 


  • Make a Tellagami thank-you.
  • Make a ThingLink that links to various free gifts, discounts, etc. the person may enjoy.
  • Make an online eCard with a tool like JibJab.
  • Make a tribute video using Magisto or Animoto.
  • Design your own card using Canva or a poster using Smore.
  • Make a slideshow with Slidely.
  • Create a tribute infographic with Piktochart.
  • Create and record a song with GarageBand or other audio editing tools.
  • Light up the person's social media with positive messages.
  • Create a photo collage using BeFunky or a photo message using Photofunia.
  • Create an original work of art using one of many online art tools.
  • Send a virtual bouquet of flowers.
  • Write and publish a tribute poem or thank-you letter on the class website or on a site like Quozio.
  • Design and gift a set of  avatars in different styles.
  • Create a Free Online Cookbook for your hero.
  • Write and publish an open letter in Google Docs or on a blog to politicians praising your teacher(s) and share it to them via social media(#MyTeacherRocks). 
  • Create a What I Learned From _____________ book, poem, story and publish it online using a website like FlipSnack
  • Schedule a series of emailsInstagram posts or tweets with uplifting messages to be delivered over a period of time.
  • Create a YouTube Playlist of videos that will uplift the person.
  • Create a YouTube Playlist that features a person's favorite music (or music you think they would like).
  • Build a monument of gratitude in Minecraft, take a screenshot, and share it with them (not exactly free unless you are already there).
  • Create a Wordle with all of the qualities you love about the teacher or their class.
  • Create a Pinterest Board of things that will inspire your teacher.
  • Create a VoiceThread about your teacher and invite your classmates to leave their own personal thank-you to the teacher.
  • Create and give teacher badges using a tool like Credly
  • Code your own animated holiday card with Scratch.


  • Resource from : Timothy Wilhelmus - Evansville Schools  Article: source
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