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It doesn't get much easier than this. Just find your pictures, highlight what you want and record your sound.
My favorite site for making "stuff". You can make trading cards, puzzles, movie posters, magazine covers, etc. There is no registration process and it's really fast.
A great free site to make podcasts with. Just call the number, enter your code, and speak. The site records the call/podcast and gives you a URL to share or embed.
Creates QR codes and provides analytics to see who is looking at the site. You get 25 for free. A great way to quickly give kids some reference material they can get on their phones.
It's like pinterest for educators. It's a visual bookmarking tool that can be loaded in your browser or used independently. You can create digital portfolios or individual clipboards based on whatever topic you choose.
Takes any picture and turns it into a poster puzzle that can be up to 10 feet long. Just make sure that whatever you use doesn't get too pixelated or this guy will hit you with a hammer.
This one is real simple. Go to the site and drag a tab up into your browser. This site lets you watch YouTube videos without all of the junk (sometimes objectionable) that surrounds most videos.
This one cost some bucks, but it not only lets you create any kind of comic in the world, but it has an educator feature that let's you create and share assignments as you would in MyBigCampus. You can add sound and photos too. There are also tons of subject-specific comics with assignments and rubrics attached for you. It's so easy, even guys like me can make a comic.