Sunday, September 23, 2018

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A great and easy way to adjust the text of something you would like to post in Twitter or Google Classroom - (or Google Sites) is to use one of the two following sites:
  1. Coolletters.net (cool fancy text generator)
  2. Coolsymbols.com (fancy text generator)
Embedded below you will see a GIF followed by a 1 minute and 38 second YouTube tutorial showing how to use the site as well as how to copy and paste in Twitter and Google Classroom.





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