Archive for the ‘Thinkspiration Ambassador’ Category

INSPIRED SITE: Kidspiration Templates, Activities and How-to’s


Tweet Earlier this month, we featured the Jordan School District’s website for its Inspiration® templates. For this week’s featured Inspired Site, I’d like to highlight the fact that the website’s section on “Transforming Teaching Through Technology” also has a great resource for Kidspiration®! On this site, you’ll find a collection of basic templates to help Read more »

INSPIRED SITE: Ideas for Kidspiration in Your Classroom


Tweet This week’s featured Inspired Site can be found on the St. Bonaventure University website. This site showcases ways in which educators have personally used Kidspiration® in their classrooms. In addition, you’ll find an extensive list for additional ways you could use Kidspiration with your students for different subject areas and teaching methods. For example, Read more »

INSPIRED SITE: Inspiration Templates for Graphic Organizers


Tweet Happy Fourth of July! This week’s featured Inspired Site is the Jordan School District’s website on “Transforming Teaching Through Technology.” In this section, you’ll find Inspiration® templates for graphic organizers that include the following: categorization, cause and effect, comparison and contrast, concept map, descriptive pattern, listing pattern, vocabulary building, problem-solution pattern, sequence pattern, word Read more »



Tweet The first day of summer came and went last month; and now it’s July – summer is here! This month we have Inspiration®, InspireData® and Kidspiration® lesson plans for the Fourth of July and Bastille Day. Throughout the month you can also celebrate Barn Day, Go West Day, Moon Day and Amelia Earhart Day. Read more »

INSPIRED SITE: Countless Kidspiration Lesson Plans Across English, Math, Social Studies & Science

Rockingham County Public Schools

Tweet This week’s featured Inspired Site on Kidspiration® by Rockingham County Public Schools is likely one of the most impressive resources I have seen. This site allows you to download Kidspiration templates across English, math, social studies and science. The lessons are identified by grade appropriateness ranging from kindergarten to twelfth grade. I’m bet you’ll Read more »

QUICK LESSON: A Lesson in Cause and Effect

Cause and Effect Template in Inspiration

Tweet Understanding the difference between cause and effect and how the two relate to one another is an important academic and life skill. Understanding how to create a cause and effect diagram and when to use it helps students understand why events occur  and predict what will happen in the future.1 Visual thinking cause and Read more »

INSPIRED SITE: Graphic Organizers For Your Classroom

North Central Regional Educational Laboratory's Pathways to School Improvement

Tweet As many of you know, graphic organizers are great tools in visual learning and thinking. They help students frame ideas around a way of thinking, answer questions, solve problems, think critically and more. That’s why we wanted to highlight the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory’s Pathways to School Improvement web page on graphic organizersfor Read more »

QUICK LESSON: Take Notes In Webspiration Classroom

Research Template in Webspiration Classroom

Tweet Webspiration Classroom™ service is a great tool for taking notes. Students can quickly jot down ideas during a class lecture, while reading a book, when researching for a paper or more. Taking notes in Webspiration Classroom can help students remember key points and help keep you organized. In this Quick Lesson Idea you’ll learn Read more »

INSPIRED SITE: Kidspiration Curriculum Integration Guides & Activities

Frederick County Public Schools in Maryland

Tweet This week’s featured Inspired Site highlights a Kidspiration® and Webspiration Classroom™ service user guide from the Frederick County Public Schools in Maryland. This site has step-by-step, visual instructions to help you get started with these two tools. It even points out the great resources we have on our web site, including the Atomic Learning Read more »

INSPIRED SITE: Literacy Activities Using Inspiration

Technology Assisting Literacy Knowledge (TALK) at the Fayette County Schools in Kentucky

Tweet Check out this week’s featured Inspired Site, which includes countless literacy templates by Technology Assisting Literacy Knowledge (TALK) at the Fayette County Schools in Kentucky. When you go to the school’s page for lesson plans around literacy, you’ll find lesson plan ideas ranging from Edgar Allen Poe to Julius Caesar, endangered animals, Native Americans, Read more »

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