Mind map your wonders

You can use a mindmap to organize your  students’ wonders! Working with mind maps helps students organize their ideas and understand concepts better.

Below you can find some tools to use with your students:

1- SpiderScribe

This is a great mind mapping tool. You can easily visualize your  ideas by connecting various pieces of information together and create your mind maps- Click HERE

2- Bubbl.us

Bubbl.us  allows you to create colourful mind maps in  an easy  and enjoyable way .You can create your project and invite your friends to join you in editing its content and when done you can share it with others via a generated link – Click HERE

3- Wise Mapping

By using Wise Mapping you can create free online mind maps  & share your mind maps with your friends. You can also create and edit colourful and complex mind maps using just your mouse and keyword- Click HERE

3- Text 2 Mind Map

Text 2 Mind Map is a cool application and it will convert your texts to mind maps -Click HERE

4-SpicyNodes

Use Spicynotes and create a visually attractive nodes for your blogs, websites or wikis- Click HERE

5- Popplet

A great application to visualise your ideas. It combines presentations , mind mapping and online bulletins. You can also  integrate text, image, video, and Google maps and use it as a bulletin board to use it to record thoughts and many more- Click HERE

6- Chartle

Chartle is a great web tool and users are allowed to easily and instantly create interactive charts. These charts can be used on your classroom blog or website and can also be printed out- Click HERE

7- Slatebox

Slatebox is can be used both for  presentations and  for mind mapping your ideas and wonders online . You can create as many nodes and maps as possible . It has both a free and pro account- Click HERE

8- Mindomo

Mindomo has  lots of great features and you can create a clipart library and import images from Google images or Flickr , and embed video  from YouTube. It has has both free and pro accounts- Click HERE

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