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This is a close-up. This is the finished product of an assignment I did with first graders. They researched a winter animal using pebble go. They filled out a graphic organizer and then typed those words onto a word document. They then copied those words into makes a word cloud into almost any shape.


This is so neat. You upload a picture of yourself, and then add words and it makes this sort of thing. If we took the pictures and the computer teacher would let us do this in the computer lab, this could be really interesting. Maybe as a scrapbook accompaniment to the 8th grade project??


This will be neat if I teach 8th grade again! Make a word cloud with all of the names of the students for 8th grade promotion (or high school graduation): Ten Thoughtful and Inexpensive Graduation Gifts for Your Students #edchat


If you love Wordle, then you might really love Tagxedo. With Tagxedo you can enter text AND pick a shape for your word cloud. This site is just plain fun. It was also a lot faster than Wordle.


Go to to make a 'word cloud'. Print onto tshirt transfers and iron onto shirts. Voila!! Super awesome very inexpensive personalized Disney tshirt!


How to Make Your Own Word Cloud

Make Your Own Word Cloud- Learn to make your own word cloud- such a great way to display a favorite song, chapter or verse. | From Ingrid, With Love


Wedding Gift - Word Cloud...I had been wanting to make one of these and it was for a blended family, so in the word cloud I just entered the mom/dad/6 kid's names, put "Family" at the top instead of last name, and the wedding date at bottom...printed in 8x10 and is to various word cloud makers - I like Tagxedo best:)