You all are probably sick of hearing how much I use and LOVE Buncee, so if that's you, then stop reading now. If you love Buncee as much as I do or if you've never heard of it, then please keep reading! I noticed the #BunceeChallenge in my Twitter feed last night and couldn't resist joining in on the fun. Basically, you create a Buncee slide using one of several templates they provide. Then, you are to demonstrate at least 15 ways to use Buncee in your classroom or library!
I opened up the directions HERE on the Buncee blog. I then opened my Buncee account and found the template I wanted to use. I then started adding the text to name the 20 ways I've used Buncee in my library and in my life as a librarian. It wasn't that hard because I've used it SO much!
Once I had named my "ways," I then went in and added a little clip art to spruce up each box. I also linked each sticker (a.k.a. picture) to an existing Buncee I used for that purpose. This way, you can actually click on the images to see a real example of that idea in action!!! WooHoo!!! I get excited just thinking about it.
Once the Buncee was completed, I did have to submit it to Buncee on the blog HERE so that I can be entered for the prizes they are doing AND so that they can verify I've earned the #BunceeChallenge badge. (I love earning more badges!) I also shared my Buncee out on social media and in this post on my blog. That's it! What are you waiting for? Get going on the #BunceeChallenge and see what you can come up with! Tag me on Twitter @LeighaBurnham when you share it out...I would love to see how you Buncee!
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