Linda Oaks
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Linda Oaks commented on Andrea Hernandez's video
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Trees!

"Way Cool! What's the name of the song?"
Nov 28, 2011
Lynda Eckert commented on Linda Oaks's blog post "Priceless" Pixie Printing Tips
"I use this feature with my fifth graders who create a bookmark and then duplicate it to make four on a page. We then print them on oak tag and give them out at the summer library program."
Apr 28, 2011
Linda Oaks left a comment for Melinda Kolk
"Hello Lindie I have a note to myself that you wanted any pics 4learning samples. Can't find the original message so I'm not sure if you still needed them. But here goes . . . 1. We used various pictures people have submitted to create a…"
Mar 7, 2011
Linda Oaks commented on Scott Loomis's blog post Tech4Learning Tips & Integration Tricks Newsletter
"The Snowflake graphic organizer is very similiar to the one I use. You can use the organizer as an accordion book by cutting around it and then folding the hexagons back and forth."
Feb 21, 2011
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"Wat to go Adam! That was VERY well done!"
Feb 21, 2011
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DOGS BY LAINEY

"That was very precious! What grade level? Did they have a template to follow?"
Feb 21, 2011
John Blake commented on Linda Oaks's blog post Printing, Part Two: Let's Use Fabric!
"Thank you for the great tip! I've used the inkjet iron-on transfers before, but they're not cheap either. Can't wait to try this one out. :)"
Feb 17, 2011
Linda Oaks commented on Linda Oaks's blog post Printing, Part Two: Let's Use Fabric!
"That's true! I know the muslins are usually cheaper so I use them for groups settings. I use the blends for my personal stuff (and quilts). Thanks for the heads up!"
Feb 15, 2011

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Printing, Part Two: Let's Use Fabric!

Posted on February 10, 2011 at 8:44pm 3 Comments

If you read the earlier printing tip, now I'll tell you what I've been doing all night - Printing on Fabric!! You can pay about $1 a sheet for packages of fabric pages from fabric stores but if you're creating classroom-size products, that can run into money quickly. So if you've got the notion to print on fabric to create quilts or stuffed projects, here is an inexpensive way to do…

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"Priceless" Pixie Printing Tips

Posted on February 10, 2011 at 8:20pm 1 Comment

Folks have been asking for me to write a Blog about the things I do with Pixie. I guess I've been thinking about it too much but I've been "Pixie Playing" tonight for a couple of hours so I guess I'll be telling you about what I've been doing - and tonight, it's printing.

 

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Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 3:29pm on December 1, 2008, Linda Oaks said…
Enjoy a glass of Pepsi and wave at the Whales!
At 8:12pm on April 25, 2009, James Kosako said…
Great! I seems like it gonna be great conference.


James
At 1:57am on April 28, 2009, Marsha Goren said…
Hi Linda,
I am Marsha from Globaldreamers and was so inspired by Eddie's story. I so agree with helping kids shine. Tech4learning has a way of bringing out special qualities in a lot of them.
I LOVED your story.
Marsha
At 11:30am on June 24, 2009, Joseph Machado said…
Thanks for sharing "Eddie's Story". Looking forward to seeing you at NECC!

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