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30 Awesome YouTube Channels for Teachers to Use in an Interactive Video Quiz

Did you know there is a new widget available in BookWidgets? Maybe you have already tested it out! I’m a fan. 👌 How about you? […]

10+ Powerful ways to use an interactive video quiz in your classroom

It has been a while since BookWidgets released a new widget (and no, we’re not counting the Aquarium widget from April 1st 😉). The release […]

25 Awesome things added to BookWidgets in 2022 - The year in review

What a year! 2022 Flew by like a rocket! 🚀 In case you missed anything from BookWidgets, even the smallest update, … we’ve got you […]

20+ clever Google Maps lesson ideas (and not only for Geography lessons!)

Raise your hands if you’ve used Google Maps within the last week… 🙌 Google’s interactive online map is a handy solution in many circumstances: from […]

20+ Helpful ways to bring more structure to your students' thinking

Creating structure in your mind is so important. It can help you become more conscious of your thinking, making life less stressful. And apart from […]

30+ Amazing coding apps teachers can use to teach coding to students

Teaching students to code is gaining popularity in schools. But why is this so important? Is “coding” just the new buzzword, or is it a […]

10 Creative spot the difference lesson ideas to use during your classes

I remember doing spot the difference exercises when I was still a little girl. Looking back, these were simple exercises, but this activity isn’t just […]

20 Amazing ways to use digital flashcards in your classroom

Are you already using digital flashcards in your classroom? Or maybe you would like to try it out? In this blog, you will learn everything […]

40 Fun Ways to Use an Interactive Timeline in your Lessons

I remember creating timelines in school. These exercises usually involved creating timelines of my life, of others’ lives, of historical events. Each timeline was created […]

20 Helpful tips to become an organized and focused teacher

As a teacher, you always have tons of things to do: preparing lessons, correcting tests and homework, answering emails from students and parents, organizing the […]

30+ Ready-to-use lesson activities that will spice up your Google Classroom

You can do so many things to spice up your teaching when you’re a Google Classroom teacher. But, most of the time, we all return […]

Interactive STEM lessons: engage learners with these 25 ready-to-use lesson ideas

This blog post is all about “STEM”. I guess you’ve already heard about STEM and know the meaning of the acronym (if not, you’re about […]

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