9 Web Tools and Apps to Send Digital Holiday Greetings

Christmas is approaching and a great time for your language learners to send their peers and family members digital greetings in English. Not only will they be expressing their appreciation for their loved ones in English, but they will also be enhancing their reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Imagine how excited their parents will be to have a digital archive of their children speaking or writing in English. Below are free web tools and apps students can use to create their digital greetings.

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Recommended Resources

  • EduBuncee (web/iOS)- create digital greetings or scrapbooks. Choose from their library of holiday stickers, clip art, backgrounds, templates, and more. Add videos, audio recording, text, and multiple slides.
  • Kizoa (web)- create a multimedia slideshow or video with your photos. Add text, special effects, and transitions. Choose from holiday themed backgrounds.
  • Magisto (iOS/Android)- create an animated video greeting with your photos. Add background music from their digital library. You can also choose one of their holiday templates and backgrounds to make your video look professional.
  • Design Wizard-a simple online graphic design tool for creating digital greetings.
  • Red Stamp (web/iOS/Android)- create digital greetings cards with your own photos or choose from their library of templates for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and more.
  • Sincerely Ink (web/iOS/Android)- send e-greeting cards and choose from several templates.
  • Fotobabble (web/iOS)- upload one picture, add a holiday background and include a special voice message.
  • YAKIT for Kids (iOS)- send funny holiday greetings by uploading photos or drawings and adding a mouth to animate the images. Add voice recordings and choose from a library of holiday templates and stickers.
  • Chatterpix for Kids (iOS)- similar to YakIt but you can only upload one image and add a mouth to that one image.

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