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Pinterest: Awesome ideas to adapt for any classroom, many great posters for classroom use are here.
Screencastify: Third grade students can create a video within o class lesson. Video any production students make on their electronic screen, and add narration. This is great for flipped teaching.
Google Forms and Slides: Gsuites are very useful for building interactive lessons, and surveying your students.
Microsoft Office PowerPoint: Slide show that can be turn into a video. Might be used to create animation, embed music, and narration for my lessons.