As I start writing this post I realize how long it has been since I have added any new items and for that I am sorry. However; there are lots of great new tools out there to write about and the first one is Thinglink. Thinglink actually is not that new, it has been around for a few years now, but has become very popular with teachers. This incredible little website and iPad app allows you to upload images and “tag” certain portions of that image. This means that if students are learning about the water cycle you can create a Thinglink they can interact with in order to learn about each portion of the cycle. You can add text, audio, video and can embed the image on your own blog or webpage. There are tons of great ways to use Thinglink with students. Below you will find a video showing how to use Thinglink as well as links to other blogs showcasing how other teachers are using this nifty tool in the classroom. As always, I love to read your comments and please let me know how you use ThingLink with your students.