Do you ever come across an app or a website and wonder, "Where have you been all my life? or How is it even possible that I didn't know about this?" Buncee is my latest discovery that goes straight to the top of that list! I'm being very literal here, I just moved Buncee to the top of my "Where have you been all my life!?" tech list in Google Keep. For those of you who haven't yet experienced the awesomeness of Buncee, please allow me the pleasure of introducing you- insert dramatic Hollywood music when you're just about to lay eyes on the love of your life... Buncee is a website/app that allows you to EASILY create, share, and present! I know, you're probably thinking what's the big deal? It doesn't sound all that exciting, but when you take a moment to browse their platform and gallery, you will quickly realize the amazing potential that Buncee will bring to your classroom and life. Their drag and drop interface makes it so easy to create multimedia slides that will engage and excite your audience. Buncee has provided a terrific platform for people of all ages to have fun while creating highly engaging and memorable projects. I'm currently using Buncee to create PD presentations, interactive lessons, book snaps, and backgrounds for green screen projects. Be sure to send me an email if you're looking for some Buncee inspiration, or would like some help getting started!
Mrs. Robillard's second grade class created green screen magic using Green Screen by Do Ink! After completing a winter writing project about what they would do if they lived in a snow globe, Mrs. Robillard's students designed their own snow globes in Doodle Buddy. Then, we set up our green fabric (I realize how dreadfully wrinkled our green screen is, but we were eager to start the project and I didn't have an iron at school! It has since been ironed and looks beautifully smooth now!), and recorded the students saying how they would spend their time in their snow globe. Green Screen by Do Ink allowed us to mesh their works of art together to create a memorable project to accompany their writing. Mrs. Robillard's class loved seeing their writing come to life with the integration of technology. Do you have your own idea for a green screen project? Email me to set up an appointment, I'd be happy to assist!