Crick Software blog

Tania Johnston

Clicker Books on LearningGrids, such as The Tortoise and the Hare, are perfect for providing reading practice, learning about new topics, and exploring different genres of writing.

Joanne Gibbins

Exploring Shakespeare with Clicker

February 21st, 2018
by Jo Gibbins

Many elementary schools are now introducing Shakespeare to their students through adapted stories and dramatic activities. We have a selection of Clicker resources that are designed to support students writing sentences, plot summaries, and texts about the tragedy Macbeth.

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Tania Johnston

Make an impact with Clicker

January 3rd, 2018
by Tania Johnston

It’s always rewarding when a simple activity can have a significant impact on students’ learning.

Tania Johnston

Setting the scene with Clicker

November 14th, 2017
by Tania Johnston

We have recently published a series of Clicker resources that are designed to help students use adjectives to create oral descriptions of people, places, or objects from traditional stories.

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Toni Caggiano

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s time to start planning your classroom activities.

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Tania Johnston

O Canada!

October 3rd, 2017
by Tania Johnston

We have recently published a group of Canadian Clicker Sets that were made in collaboration with Special Education Technology – British Columbia.

Tania Johnston

Back to school with Clicker

September 19th, 2017
by Tania Johnston

It’s the start of a new school year – time to get to know your new class. Younger learners can use our latest Clicker Board Set This Is Me to tell you all about themselves.

Ann Crick

Talk Sets for Science

August 29th, 2017
by Ann Crick

A useful way to enable children to show their understanding in science is to use Clicker Talk Sets.

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Tania Johnston

Whether you are using Clicker to learn about the parts of the body or DocsPlus to write about the skeleton or Clicker Communicator to talk about the five senses, LearningGrids has something for you.