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3 Adobe Spark Post Activities for Your Classroom

Spark Video and Spark Page are two of my favorite creation tools to share when leading workshops of K-12 teachers. They are both easy to use and very student friendly. Spark Post is the new addition to this trio of powerful Adobe apps. Adobe Spark Post lets users add text to images and create posters straight from their iOS device. I think you’ll love these Spark Post activities!

Spark Post Activities

3-adobe-spark-post-activities-for-your-classroomHere are three Adobe Spark Post activities to incorporate in your next lesson:

  1. Use Adobe SparkPost to add text to a Primary Source document. Students can create captions or add labels to important parts of the image.
  2. Create a meme that corresponds to a persuasive piece of writing. This visual can connect to the main argument or call to action.
  3.  Make a poster using a quote from a favorite character. Decide what background images, patterns and colors communicate the mood of the quote.

Access Adobe Spark on the web or find the more information about their iPad and iPhone apps by clicking here.

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Blog Author and EdTech Consultant Dr. Monica Burns

Monica Burns

Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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