Writing With Emojis

Yesterday I wrote about Tony Vincent’s new page of free Shapegrams. As I mentioned in that post, Tony has always had great ideas for using clever graphics in the classroom. In fact, five years ago Tony Tweeted a slick graphic that convinced me to pay more attention to the clever used of emojis. 

In the graphic seen here Tony created a game in which students have to decipher school terms based on the emojis displayed. If you want to do a similar thing, you could do so in Google Docs, Word, or with Brush Ninja. Tutorials for all three of those options are embedded below. 

How to Add Emojis to Your Word Documents

How to Use Inline Emojis in Google Docs

Make Animated GIFs, Emoji Art, and More with Brush Ninja


Thank You Readers for 14 Amazing Years!