Great idea Jessica - kids will enjoy the photographing and sharing the love of their pets. Luna looks sweet!
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Keynote your Valentine Cards
Captivate your students with animated Valentine cards that will get them into researching primary sources as well as inspiring some artistic creativity. Consider making a card from a favorite primary source of yours, give it a historic look, and send it out to your students with a challenge that they share a card back to you. I bet they’ll come up with some outstanding creations!
In Keynote, this primary source is Masked with a Shapes “heart” and laced with Shapes/Ornaments. It is Animated using Fade and Scale, Line Draw for the heart and Trace for the lettering. Easily done in Keynote!
Students can create and share Keynote cards using their own photos or drawings, but history teachers might want to wrap some research skill content into a Happy Valentine’s Day Card.
Library of Congress Primary Source Reference link
And if you do make a card, send it my way in a comment!
Mu students are going to love this project. Thanks for sharing such a simple and fun idea. I’ll share what they come up with.
Yes, please do share! I want to see one that they send to you.😊 - Thanks Brian!
Thanks Brian - they did great! : https://twitter.com/bwphillips70/status/1625279883638358016?s=61&t=Skku4wxrAy9_GCapOa_5uw.
You just made my “Valentines Day”!
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Posted on February 03, 2023
Well I didn't use a historical image, but this is also a fun activity to do with family pets :)