Hello! My name is Kaitlyn @KaitlynScully and I study PreK-4 education and Spanish at Grove City College; I am currently a student in Dr. Fecich’s Technologies of Instruction class. This semester, one of our projects involves service learning. I chose to create a video tutorial about eduBuncee for an Instructional Technologist, Brittany Groff, @bdgroff to include on her resource website.
Buncee is an online tool that enables users to register for a free account and then begin making posters and presentations. I have used it to create posters for the classroom (like class rules), flyers, and handouts. It is also a great tool for designing anchor charts and class presentations. What I appreciate about Buncee is that it is more kid-friendly than some other online tools (which are very functional but not conducive to use by PreK-4 students).
Creating in Buncee is simple: make an account, open a new file, choose a background, and start adding elements. Speaking of elements, there are a wide range of add-ons in Buncee, such as animations, videos, files, drawings, and more. Users can add multiple slides to a presentation, and when they are finished, they can download or share the slides.
EduBuncee is also available to educators for free. To create and organize classes, however, requires a fee.
To learn about how to use Buncee, check out the tutorials on this Buncee slide I created:
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