10 ways to use Pinterest in the classroom

Pinterest is one of the new social networking sites sweeping all sectors, and it’s really very useful, probably one of the most useful things we have found on the internet in some time.  Plus it’s free, and we are a thrifty team who like to save the pennies!  So here are a few ways you can use it to help you as a teacher, and help your children in the classroom. Of course, you can also come and follow our boards, and take the hard work out of planning!

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4 thoughts on “10 ways to use Pinterest in the classroom

  1. Pingback: 10 ways to use Pinterest in the classroom | Philippe TREBAUL on LINKED IN (WORD Press)

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  3. I love the idea of a year 6 book board and will definitely use that next year. The only snag for us is that pinterest seems to be blocked in school (it wasn’t until recently). I love using it at home and have found so many brilliant ideas through it.

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