Pinterest for Educators: Let's Collaborate

pinterest for educators, teachers on pinterestHas Pinterest changed the way you teach?  It has for me.  Pinterest has opened up an entire new world to me in the last 3 years that I have been using it.  Next in line after Google, Pinterest is my go-to when searching for something.  Whether I'm searching for new science ideas, classroom decor inspiration or perhaps a new cupcake recipe, Pinterest is the place.  Searching is so simple and the results are never ending.

Do you remember the good old days when you would bookmark a web page because it had something you liked.  Just the other day I watched a family friend bookmark a webpage.  I honestly didn't know that people still did that.  I'm a visual learner, so for me when Pinterest first evolved, it was a dream come true.  I no longer needed to remember what website had that great idea.  Just scrolling through my boards and looking for the picture did the trick.

Fast forward to 3 years later and here I am with 89 boards,  6,300 pins and over 6,000 followers.  So, what does this all mean to you, well I have decided to open up one of my boards and have my readers be part of it.
The rules are simple.
1. Only pin ideas about teaching and education- centers, crafts, science, reading, math…
2. No product pins

If you would like to be a part of this board, just follow me on Pinterest, then email me at time4kindergarten@comcast.net with your pinterest user name and email address so I can invite you to the board.  Please put PINTEREST in the subject line of your email.  I can't wait to see all the great ideas you have to share.

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