I normally don’t give out class presents. I figure that my presence and energy each and every day is enough (hopefully) of a gift to my students. They work hard, and I work hard, and we all have fun. This year, however, as I was sharing some of my podcast work with the sixth graders at this blog, a friend suggested that I burn the audio files onto a CD for families who might not have access to the classroom blog where the podcasts are shared.
What a great idea, and so I went ahead, and burned each of my homeroom students (20 of ’em) a copy of their voices, with a quick intro and outro from me, and then used some new CD package software to create CD covers for them.
It didn’t take much time and I believe it will be most appreciated by the parents and students.
Peace (in sharing voices),
Great idea! How did you create the cover?
I used some software that I bought for my classroom last year and never opened until now.
It is called NEATO — simple CD Label design package.