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Comic Strip | Blank

Get students exploring a new style of writing with a Comic Strip activity!

This blank comic strip template is great for getting creative with classroom assignments that require narrative structure, such as comic drawing and storyboard plotting.

Complete with five blank boxes for drawing, and speech and thought bubbles for dialogue; you'll be giving your students a fresh way to express their learning and understanding. Hello voice and choice!

A coloring poster  for earth day with a earth graphic

Earth Day Coloring Poster

An Earth Day coloring poster is a fun and educational tool for kids to learn about environmental conservation while expressing their creativity. It provides an engaging way to raise awareness and inspire action towards protecting our planet.

Graffiti Wall

Give your students a space to visually demonstrate knowledge with a Graffiti Wall template.

With this whole-class collaborative template, students can work on Graffiti Walls while also viewing their classmates' contributions.

This activity can be assigned to individual students or small groups through the Kami integration in your LMS. Don't forget to grant editing permissions!

What is Earth Day Activity

Get down to the ""why"" of Earth Day with this research-based What is Earth Day template.

Group Brainstorm

Get your students collaborating with this Group Brainstorm template!

Assign this template to any size group and let your students and step back as they ideate freely amongst themselves! You can also use this as a digital whiteboard for whole-class brainstorms.

A tournament template for march madness with a 8 colored boxes design

Tournament Template 8 Brackets | Colored Box | March Madness

Keep track of the action with this Tournament Brackets template!

A template for building a grid with a 3 page layout.

Building a Grid Template

Use the Grid Method to create a student-centered, competency-based framework for any subject.

A icebreaker activity for back to school with a interactive world map.

Interactive World Map

Embark on a global adventure with our interactive world map. Explore, connect, and discover by placing pins and sharing interesting facts about yourself or locations. Let the exploration begin!

Kami March Madness

Get ready for the ultimate showdown... Kami March Madness! Which Kami tool do you think will emerge victorious?

Comic Strip | Blank with 3 Rectangles

Get students exploring a new style of writing with a Comic Strip activity!

This blank comic strip template is great for getting creative with classroom assignments that require narrative structure, such as comic drawing and storyboard plotting.

Complete with three blank boxes for drawing, and speech and thought bubbles for dialogue; you'll be giving your students a fresh way to express their learning and understanding. Hello voice and choice!

Decorate Your Own Locker | Landscape

Unleash your creativity and personalize your dream locker with our interactive 'Decorate Your Own Locker' activity!

A word search for friendsgiving with a gratitude design.

Gratitude Word Search

Discover the joy of gratitude with our Gratitude Word Search - a delightful way to explore and express thankfulness!

A crossword for students with a Digital citizenship week theme

Digital Citizenship Week Crossword

Challenge your students with this Digital Citizenship Week Crossword. Students will be challenged to think about their own behavior and what they can do to stay safe online.

All About Me for Students | Favorites

Give your students a crafty and creative way to introduce themselves this back-to-school season with an editable All About Me template!

Four Corners

Use the Four Corners activity to pose questions or prompts to students to gain immediate learner insights!

Start by having a question to ask or by using the Text Tool to type it on the page. Have questions or prompts prepared and decide what each corner will represent (i.e. A- I agree, B- I disagree, C- I'm indifferent, D- Not sure yet). When the time comes to perform your activity, share the link to your Four Corners doc via your LMS (or by sending the link from the Kami share options) with editing permissions. Each student can then use the Text Tool to type their name on the page. When you ask your question, students can move their names to the corner that best represents their response.