Fall may fast be approaching in more northern parts, but in the Popplet world, Spring has definitely arrived. In classrooms all over the globe, with blatant disregard for month and season, Popplet users old and new continue to impress with their unbounded creativity.
Fortunately, the Popplet community are a generous bunch, and we have harvested the fruits of their labors and gathered them all together for a feast!
Public Popplets is a deep, rich well of Popplet creativity. It’s where the Popplet community share their hard work with others with around one-hundred and twenty new popplets being added every day. Some are humble seeds – the beginnings of a project or an idea, whereas others are already impressive visual examples of everything that can be achieved with this intuitive but powerful mind mapping tool.
There are numerous reasons why one should go exploring in the dense creativity that is Public Popplets:
Inspiration! Searching for ideas and don’t know where to begin? – search in Public Popplets, you will find what you are looking for!
You know what you want to do, but it’s always helpful to take a look at how others are doing it – you’ll find many examples of almost everything in Public Popplets.
Looking for a Popplet on a particular subject for a project, homework assignment, web post…everything in Public Popplets is open, and can be republished.*
Some Popplets are very popular and attract a great deal of attention – celebrity popplets if you like – and as such can drive traffic to your website or blog page. If you are the creator of such a Popplet, then all the better.
Most of the Popplets are in Spanish and English, but a more thorough search will reveal work in multiple languages – Public Popplets really is a truly international affair, a cultural meeting of minds.
How can you access Public Popplets? – by signing up for a free Popplet account on the Popplet homepage. Not only will you be able to browse Public Popplets, you’ll also receive ten Popplet Boards for when you want to create your own Popplet work – this time will definitely come! Of course, you don’t need to share your popplets with the world, Popplet’s multi-level privacy settings allow popplet authors to decide who sees their work. In saying that, we hope you do share publicly because as you are about to see, you will be in grand company.
Welcome to this year’s final instalment of Top of the Popplets! It may be the holiday season, but there has been no end to your fantastic Popplet ideas. We hope that you will be inspired and impressed by December’s offerings, and by all of the Popplets that have been featured in Top of the Popplets this year. We at Popplet have certainly enjoyed your work and your company. With this being the traditional time of the year for reflection on things past, and for contemplating on things future coupled with the forging of obligatory good intentions, we here at Popplet solemnly resolve to continue bringing you as many of your amazing Popplet ideas as possible in the coming year! For now, from all of the Popplet team, we wish you a very happy and prosperous 2016! Thank you for all of your creative and insightful work.
UK Floods (Dec 2015)
December 2015 has seen it’s fair share of bad weather and this has been captured in UK Floods (Dec 2015), created by students from Framingham Earl High School’s (Norwich, UK) award-winning Geography department. This Popplet makes good use of color and text to give a current, relevant and clear account of a recent UK weather incident. Additional information, analysis and news reports are useful, informative additions. There has been a lot more bad weather both in the UK, and other parts of the world this Christmas – we look forward to further reports! Thank you FEHS Geography Dept.
POPPLET TIP: Videos can be added directly to Popplet, learn about it here: Popplet Video.