Interactive Canvas is an exciting and versatile blank slate to create engaging and beautiful interactive activities for your students.
The E-team loves playing and creating with Interactive Canvas and we have a few favourite go-to sites for free (and almost free) images. We've listed our top 8 below:
Pixabay - powered by a community of photographers who are dedicated to sharing high quality images which are suitable for usage under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license - which means unlimited access and unrestricted creativity! You'll get access to an impressive searchable repository of images in all styles and sizes.
Unsplash - 10 new high-quality photos released every 10 days. Also released under the CC0 license.
Foodie's Feed - food, glorious food! High-res food images that are free to use without attribution but can't be resold...good to know that I'm not the only one taking food photos everywhere I go :)
Dollar Photo Club - great source of images and vectors, so images can be scaled up or down in size without losing quality. $1 an image. Always.
Splitshire - more beautiful images and each time you're about to download one, you get a clear rundown of what you can and can't do with the image under the license. Handy.
New Old Stock - recapture history with this delightful collection of vintage images from the public archives. Just try to stop browsing!
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Death to the Stock Photo - free images sent straight to you monthly with awesome stories to match!
Enjoy and let us know if we've missed any good ones #stileLC!
Have fun creating :)