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25 Free Apps for
Creating Student Projects

“25 Free Apps for Creating Student Projects” is a must-have list for digital learners. Discover cloud-based applications for creating graphics, video, infographics, timelines, maps and more.

 

A must-have list for digital learners. Discover cloud-based applications for creating graphics, video, infographics, timelines, map and more.

Discover tools like….

Emaze – browser-based presentation software with pre-designed templates and helpful tutorials

Quizlet – website providing learning tools for students, including flashcards, study and game modes.

Tinkercad – simple, online 3D design and 3d printing tool

Animaker – do-it-yourself animation video maker.

Infogram –  website for creating, publishing and sharing data visualizations, infographics and online charts.

Powtoon – webtool for creating engaging professional “look and feel” animated presentations

Educaplay –  tool for creating crossword puzzles, word search puzzles, and other interactive games

Homestyler – interior design web-based application to use for recreating spaces from history or fiction

Prezi – presentation software that uses motion, zoom, and spatial relationships to bring your ideas to life

Tripline – interactive map creator

Google Sheets – spreadsheet application that allows you to store and organize different types of information and then create graphs

…and so many more.

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“25 Free Apps for Creating Student Projects”

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