The teachers at my school decided to let our students have a break from the rigorous work they’re required to do in a college ready school. For the first semester, I had Homework Club, but that bored me to tears. So, I decided to have some fun. This time around I chose Arts n’ Crafts. For our first project, I wanted to have the students create a vision board, but the cost was prohibitive. The next best thing was a digital vision board. And the research began…
My research took me to a couple of sites that required some downloading and payment. Since I was not planning on paying for 25 students to use a pay site, I knew that I had to look around for a free site.
Alas, I couldn’t find one, but my husband did. He’d previously used it- PIXLR. He showed me enough to get it done, and I was off to the races.
I wrote down every step while creating my own. Satisfied with the results, I printed my results, uploaded the directions to my Google Classroom I created for the class, and prepared to teach my students how to create a digital vision board.
How’d it go? Why, thank you for asking! It went very well. Of the 25 students, 15 of them completed it within the allotted time. Others e-mailed me.
Here’s my completed digital vision board:
I played around with it a little more and learned how to create small effects around the edges of the pictures. I’m not finished yet. I’m going to create more; one for each area of my life.
If you’d like to create your own, here’s a link to the directions: https://tinyurl.com/y7pqad7v
Let me know what you think!