Gif showing the mixedd up sentence maker in action.

This web page lets you quickly type a sentence on a pupils device and mix it up from them to sort out.

I’ve also a system to create links to that page that will have a particular sentence already created. Example.

I might made the page creation a little easier and also add a QR code creator: Mix Up Maker – Make a Cutup sentence or story. This means I can create a set of mixed up sentences and either send out the links via AirDrop or in a note or alternatively print one or more QR codes.

gif showing the Sentence mixer in action.

photoblitzer is a really simple wbpage page that just gives a list of ideas for taking photos. I originally made it for a #ds106 project (20 Minute Photo Challenge: ds106 Photoblitz – CogDogBlog) and blogged about it on my 106 blog 106 drop in – Photoblitzin.

Since then I’ve used it as a starting activity on a couple of iPad training courses for staff and it worked well.

The page will use local storage so the list will stay even if you go away from the page and come back. After you have loaded it the first time you will be able to use the app offline.

This webpage just generates a random set of 5 tasks from a list for 20 Minute Photo Challenge: ds106 Photoblitz – CogDogBlog.

Simple FlickrCC Search is a way to search for, and stamp with attribution, Flickr images that you can use. It is designed with school pupils and mobile in mind.

You can use the images in blog posts, presentations etc and not worry about attribution. You can also generate an html embed code with attribution and link to the source flickr page,. this can be pasted into an html/text blog editor.

Here is an example stamped image:

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And here is an embed code example:

Flickr Photo: ChuckHolton – CC BY-NC-SA