Shenandoah County Public Schools

Learning Achievement Badges

Smore 10 Points

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Smore 10 Points

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Overview of Tool

Smore is a service for quickly creating great-looking webpages. Smore markets itself as a service for creating online flyers, but it’s a little bit more than that. To me “flyer” implies that you’re creating a single-use PDF and posting it online. Smore’s flyers are dynamic and changeable, they’re not single-use PDFs. Your Smore flyers can include many types of media including videos. Deleting or adding elements to your Smore flyer is as simple as dragging and dropping them on or off your page. Watch the one minute video below for an overview of Smore in action.





Ways to Use in Teaching and Learning

Classroom newsletters, club and team updates, flyers, science and social reports, book reviews, entrance/exit slip assessment, fundraising notices, infographics, biographies and autobiographies, student self-reflection, quick introduction to a new unit…the list goes on!

Here is a PDF tutorial for students


Standards Integration

All grades all subjects

Earn Your Badge

Start using Smore in your classroom to engage your students.

  • Create a web-based interactive lesson plan for your class in Smore.  Submit the URL of your lesson.   Remember to make it interactive with student engagement.
  • Then create an assignment for your students to create their own Smore project.  
  • Give a brief reasoning statement for your choices.  Remember to include higher level thinking questions that allow students to demonstrate their understanding of their learning/lesson content.  
  • Submit 3 student Smore creations along with their graded rubric.

You can create a folder with all evidence and share the folder URL