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  1. 1. Create Your Own
  2. 2.  Symbaloo is a free visual bookmarking site  It is a very easy to use organizational tool for teachers and is very kid-friendly  Students are able to access it from anywhere  They can use it to further their learning by engaging in interactive online activities and playing educational games
  3. 3. •Go to
  4. 4. •Click on “Create an account” •Fill in your name, email, and password
  5. 5. •This is what the home page looks like once you’ve successfully logged in
  6. 6. •To add a webmix, click on the settings icon on the far left, or the + tab
  7. 7. •This is what pops up when you add a webmix
  8. 8. •Name your webmix
  9. 9. •This is what an empty webmix looks like
  10. 10. •Click on an empty square to add a new tile
  11. 11. •You can either create your own tile or search for existing tiles
  12. 12. •When you create your own tile, you can choose the color, the text, and the icon/image
  13. 13. •Enter a website address •Some will automatically appear with a name for the tile and an image, but you can still change the name and the appearance
  14. 14. •Once created and saved, the tile will appear in your webmix
  15. 15. •To search for an existing tile, type the name of what you’re looking for
  16. 16. •Choose the tile you want
  17. 17. •This is an example of an unimpressive pre-made tile
  18. 18. •The new and improved tile using color, text, and icons
  19. 19. •To edit your webmix, click on “Options”
  20. 20. •You can rename your webmix
  21. 21. •You can change the wallpaper of your webmix
  22. 22. •You can change the icon shape and color of your webmix name tab
  23. 23. •You can increase and decrease the size of your webmix
  24. 24. •You can change the transparency settings of your webmix
  25. 25. Here is the symbaloo I created. It is geared toward the upper elementary grades: 3-5.