49 Bell Ringer

Use a technology tool or app to create a quick bell ringer activity to get your students focused and on task upon entering the room.  (FREE)

41 Blendspace

Create an interactive lesson with Blendspace to engage your students in a topic. (Free and paid options)

28 Blogger

Start an online blog to share stories of what is happening in your class with students, parents, the community, and the world.  Maybe your tales can inspire other teachers. (FREE)
“My blog has been a nice outlet to share my educational experiences and ideas.” Stormy Hoyle at Lacy

97 BrainPop

Use BrainPop’s animated videos, games, and activities to spice up your lessons.  Subscription based but does have some free content.

25 Breakout EDU

 Get kids involved gaming, learning, and team building with Breakout EDU.  Gets students out of their seat, thinking critically, collaborating and creating as the solve puzzles to win the game. 
“We played a Halloween digital breakout on figurative language” Lauren Dierolf at Southard

89 Buncee

Use Buncee or have your students use it to create an exciting and engaging presentation. Free and paid plans available


BYOT: Bring Your own Technology:   Have students use their own technology device in classroom activities.  (FREE)