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Images, Sounds, & Music

Credit The Source!

Searching for Copyright Frinedly Images

Recording Sound
Use Audacity to Record.    After downloading Audacity, you will also need to download a free copy of LAME for exporting recordings as MP3 files. Click here for directions on downloading.

3 Tips for Recording with Audacity


Mrs. Smoke's List of Best Sites to Find Public Domain Images and Sounds for Student Projects


Clip Art ETC (b/w drawings)

Discovery Education's Clip Art
DJInkers ~ You CAN use DJ Inker's clip art & fonts on school or classroom websites! As long as it is educational, and not selling any products.
Simply include a note on your site saying: 'Clip art designs &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. Used with permission from DJ Inkers.'
And... even better if you can link that to our website:
DK Clip Art
Education World Clip Art (drawings & photos) (photographs & graphics)
Free Teacher Clip Art


Morgue File Free Photos
Noetic Art
NASA Great Images
Oxford Clip Art
(great visuals)
Pete's Clip Art




  • – music tracks
  • Partners in – music tracks and sound effects

Royalty Free Music
Sound Bible
Free Royalty Sound Effects
Links to
Free-Loop (sounds for integrated projects)
Google's Search for Copyright Free Music
GR Sites Absolute Sound Effects
Nature Sounds ~ Make a soundtrack. Once you select the sounds, you can set each one's volume. You can also adjust the balance and frequency. When you get it just right, save a link. Or you can export your creation as a sound file.
Sound Effects

Musopen  (download in MP3)
Free Music Archives

Myna Online audio Editor (Use Myna to remix music tracks and audio clips. Apply sound effects and record your own voice or instruments.)

Audio Sound File converter  (download ~ converts sound files to different formats)

Songbird ~ will play music in MP3, AAC, WMA or OGG formats
 MP3 Cutter ~ edit MP3's online