In this episode
Over the past few years my need for high quality, interesting and captivating images has increased. Today I share tips for finding and editing great images that you can use in your own presentations, worksheets, newsletters, printable resources and Teachers Pay Teachers resources.
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Resources and links mentioned
- Pixabay – free images and videos
- Librestock – searches more than 40 stock photo websites
- Pics4learning – kid-friendly images
- Flat Icon – free and paid (S = free. Crown = paid); awesome range; make backgrounds and patterns!! – grouped into packs (matching sets). Example – Music Elements (70)
- Icons DB – limited music ones; can change colour
- Noun Project – icons for everything
- Phillip Martin – free clip art
- Teachers Pay Teachers – search for graphics/free and paid/backgrounds, borders, cartoon-style kids etc.
- The Big Free Notation Image Library – use these images to create worksheets, posters for your music classroom, flashcards, and more!
- Ukulele chord images – 22 ukulele chord diagrams in all, blank fretboards are also included for you to create your own diagrams
- Guitar chord images – create lead sheets, guitar chord quizzes, or use in your interactive whiteboard software
Editing and adding text
- Adobe Spark Post – create simple and stunning social media graphics
- Canva – easy to use, creates graphics for all social media channels, blog posts, newsletters, and much more
- PicMonkey – an easy to use photo editor: resize your photos, touch up unwanted elements, create collages
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