Today’s Lesson – Snotes Add Fun To Learning
Snotes provide a whole new way to educate students. Educational curriculum development companies, school districts, home school educators, and teachers looking for some fun ways to supplement their lesson plans can use Snotes flashcards to engage their students.
The First Step – Teach Students How To Read A Snote
The key to it all is making sure students know how to read Snotes. We’ll make that learning lesson an easy one by providing a customized How to Read a Snote video in English or Spanish. Once students know how to read a Snote, they love the challenge of discovering the message.
We’ll provide a customizable ‘How to read a Snote‘ video you can share with your students. And once they know how to read a Snote, they’ll never forget!
You Can Use Snotes For Any Subject That Uses Flashcards
Snotes work for virtually any subject matter – English, math, science, history, spelling, current events, even foreign languages!
By embedding the questions or the answers into the Snote, learning takes on a whole new perspective.
Here are examples of how Snotes can be put to use for a few sample educational purposes. Think of these as thought-starters on ways you can use the power of Snotes to make learning a little more fun and definitely more engaging.
SNOTES LEARNING APPS
Kids can learn on their own – you can even add a challenge to the learning activities by incorporating the element of time to each question.
Making Learning Fun Anywhere, Anytime, Any Age!
Traditional coloring books can take on a whole new educational slant when you deliver facts about the subject matter in the form of a Snote. Dinosaurs, national parks, national monuments, cars, planes, endangered species – Snotes can help deliver fun facts, educating while also entertaining.
How might your company put Snotes to work to engage your target audiences? If you’re interested in exploring a licensing agreement with Fleur de Lis utilizing the power of Snotes, please fill out this online form. Snotes is not available for licensed commercial use without a signed licensing agreement.