Going all out with glitter!

  Let’s see the New Year out with some glitter! I’m currently in the process of making some mini flash cards alphabet letters out of glitter. I’m also going to use them on my virtual IWB for a variety of projects. And you can use them in your...

Free online spinner

  A while back, I wrote about a free PowerPoint spinner template you can use in your classes. Today, I want to share with you an editable spinner that you can access online. Is uses are limited only by your imagination (for example, you could put scrambled words...

Top Tip: Personalise your PowerPoints

  A good way to add some texture and variety to your classroom activities is to personalise your PowerPoints and other materials. I often like to insert photos of students into my PowerPoint decks. For example, in a vocabulary review slow-reveal presentation, the...

Alphastrokes Font Review

      Today, I want to talk about a problem many teachers face, that is, having to use resources for your classes that are ‘not quite right’, and my quest for perfect fonts. In the language school that I work for, sadly, one of the primary...

250+ free fonts for teachers

  Here’s a link to 250+ free (for personal or non-commercial use) fonts for teachers. In such a large collection of quality fonts, you’re sure to find something useful for your classroom or worksheet creation. BTW, I’ve recently gone font crazy,...