A blabber is a talking picture.


  • VERY easy to use!

  • Add your voice, songs, or sound bites to photos with a mouth that you virtually "cut out".

  • Record audio from your computer, phone, or upload files.

Possible Classroom Uses:
  • The possibilities are only limited by your imagination.
  • Blab the homework directions on your teacher web page.
  • Ask your students to create blabs for all sorts of reasons.
  • Use photos or digital drawings to “blab”!
  • Have students draw in a paint program, save the file, and then make it “speak.”
  • Spice up research projects about historic figures or important scientists.
  • Have literary characters tell about themselves.
  • Create entire conversation sequences of blabs between people in world language or ESL/ELL classes (with students speaking in the language, of course), then embed them in a wiki.
  • Have speech/language students make blabs to practice articulation and document progress over time.
  • Promote oral reading fluency with student-read blabs.
  • Create book “commercials.”
  • Have students blab what the author may have been thinking as he/she wrote a poem or literary selection or as an artist painted.
  • Blab politicians’ major platform planks during campaigns for current events.
  • Blab the steps to math problem solving.
  • Even primary students can make an animal blab about his habitat if you set up the blab as a center.
  • Make visual vocabulary/terminology sentences with an appropriate character using the term in context (a beaker explaining how it is different from a flask?)
  • Students could also take pictures of themselves doing a lab and then blab the pictures to explain the concepts. This would be a great first day project (introducing yourself and breaking the ice).
  • Give directions to your class (for when a substitute is there).
  • Use at back to school night to show your humorous side to the parents.
  • Share the class blabs on your class web page or wiki!

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