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Eric Dec 13th, 2005 09:03 pm

Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
Before I make too many worksheet wizards, i'd like to hear what you think and how they can be improved or modified.

Some modifications may be possible. If I can make the changes, I will.

So please use this thread to post any suggestions or feedback.

Thanks
Eric

fishead soup Dec 13th, 2005 09:42 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
I think they're great. Good work. They could be improved by possibly introducing a section where you can make your own cartoon sequence activities.

Eric Dec 13th, 2005 10:53 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
thanks!
could you explain your idea more?

Eric Dec 14th, 2005 05:18 am

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
hey fishead

as promised, a survey style worksheet.


more to come...

eric

mesmark Jan 2nd, 2006 09:39 am

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
I like the survey worksheet!

What about a scrambled word worksheet with pictures to connect to. The pictures aren't really nec. but it's great to have a way to scramble the same words over and over again for spelling practice.

You could maybe have a line underneath for using the word in a sentence or giving a definition. Another idea is a box where students could draw the item once unscrambled (for younger students.)

Eric Jan 2nd, 2006 09:44 am

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
Quote:

Quote mesmark
What about a scrambled word worksheet with pictures to connect to. The pictures aren't really nec. but it's great to have a way to scramble the same words over and over again for spelling practice.

Actually, funny you should ask, this is the very next worksheet i will be making and it should be ready this week! :becky:

mesmark Jan 2nd, 2006 09:49 am

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
Great! I enjoy being timely!

little sage Jan 3rd, 2006 08:19 pm

Board Game Layout
 
Would it be easy for you to make another layout for the board game? I mean, to have a choice of designs. I want to make another board game for a class who has already seen the one layout, but I don't want to bring in a game looking exactly the same.

I suppose I could print it on coloured paper, though.

Thanks.

Eric Jan 3rd, 2006 09:58 pm

Re: Board Game Layout
 
Quote:

Quote little sage
Would it be easy for you to make another layout for the board game? I mean, to have a choice of designs.

I am open to ideas. what shape/design would you like? As long as it fits in a grid like format, i should be able to do it.

little sage Jan 3rd, 2006 10:23 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
Could the boxes be smaller and the path more zigzaggy?

Eric Jan 5th, 2006 09:47 am

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
Quote:

Quote mesmark
What about a scrambled word worksheet with pictures to connect to. The pictures aren't really nec. but it's great to have a way to scramble the same words over and over again for spelling practice.

All Done! :becky:

Here's a sample of the new Scrambler Worksheet Wizard!


You can scramble single words or entire sentences!

It's awesome and hot off the press so if you find any glitches, let me know.

First you need to start by adding some words/sentences to scramble by going to your add words to list page. Then start your worksheet!

Enjoy!
Eric

Eric Jan 5th, 2006 10:30 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
You can also print the answer sheet for this one. I'll be building answer sheets into other worksheets if answer sheets are appropriate for the worksheet.

Happy Camper Jan 5th, 2006 10:46 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
any chance of making a worksheet where there are just blanks? i mean, if i want to make a well formatted true/false worksheet, can't i just be presented with a blank form and fill in the questions as i go?

does that make sense?

Eric Jan 5th, 2006 10:48 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
yeah, i think i know what you're talking about. it will be done but after i create more worksheets that are generated using the word list.

thanks for the input!

crisholm Feb 25th, 2006 07:42 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
Would it be possible to have a board game with both pictures AND words? As it is, they seem to exclude each other.

Eric Feb 25th, 2006 07:58 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
Quote:

Quote crisholm
Would it be possible to have a board game with both pictures AND words? As it is, they seem to exclude each other.

i dont see why not...

purecity Apr 19th, 2007 04:20 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
How about allowing the user to put in a word bank on the worksheets where writing is involved (eg. labelling pictures)?

Is it possible to allow the user to control the font size? I'm finding that I have to retype certain worksheets so the text is at a student-friendly size?

Can we choose to put in dotted interlines rather than just a straight line? I think this is especially important for younger students so they always have the lines to help them print their letters correctly.

Eric Apr 20th, 2007 05:34 pm

Re: Worksheet Wizard. Suggestions?
 
Thanks for your suggestions. I'll keep them in mind when I upgrade the worksheet maker.


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