Creating your own games in Word

By on January 30, 2013 in Uncategorized with 6 Comments

Hi there!  I know I’ve been hit and miss lately.  I hope that gets better soon!  I feel a little test focused with my RtI kiddos, a little blog designed focus when I get home, and a little hectic in between.  I hope to find some time to find my blogging ways again soon! :)

Today, I’m sharing a video I made a while back on creating games quickly & easily in Word.  No, I’m not kidding.  I much prefer to use Publisher to create things but this was the first way I learned how and I still think it’s pretty easy for new creaters.  Plus, I like to create things in the same format so students are familiar with it.  I’m also linking up with Queen of the First Grade Jungle’s Techy Tuesday linky (yes, I know it’s a day late!)  Watch the video and then click on her picture to check out the others! :)

AND, Fern’s Smith Techy Linky

Fern Smith's Thursday's Tech Tips for Teachers

What do you use to create games for your munchkins?

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About the Author: Tessa Maguire has blogged for over 3 years. She began blogging about her experiences outside the classroom in instructional coaching and intervention positions. She now shares ideas from both within and outside of her 3rd grade class. .


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  1. Jane says:

    Thanks so much for the tips! I like to use Word for creating activities and sheets, too. Where did you get the Rowdy Thin font?

    Learning in the Little Apple

  2. Thank you for sharing this. I am just getting started making cards for my classroom. This will be very helpful. Liz in COLD, snowy South Dakota :)

  3. Ashley says:

    Thanks so much for sharing this! I have tried to do this before and it always took forever! I can't wait to try it your way!


  4. Fern Smith says:

    Thank you for linking up this week at my Thursday's Tech Tips for Teachers and showing my follower such a terrific tip!
    PS…Just have to tell you again how adorable your new blog design is!!
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