Glogster gets Prehistoric with New Graphics

Prehistoric

Let’s face it, however much history passes, it’s the really old stuff that still grabs our imaginations. Yes, I’m talking about dinosaurs – the enduring favourite topic of learners young and old. Whether we’re burying them in the sandbox or analysing their bone structures for an academic report, learning is just better when it involves dinosaurs. That’s why we’ve gone ahead and created a stunning new set of prehistory graphics, covering our favourite ancient lizards alongside fossils and forefathers, primed for paleontological studies, museum trip reports, or even just a glog about your favourite things.

Check out the terrific Tyrannosaurus glog below to see how the attractive new illustrations add a degree of detail to your dinosaur glogs, allowing learners to show their anatomical knowledge by labelling the ancient bones, or simply spice up their reports with some amazing artwork. Why not create a stunning timeline of a particular geographical period, or have learners do a fact scavenger hunt using Web picker, to answer questions about a dinosaur of their choice?

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Of course, this is just one of the endless combinations you can create with 156 new prehistory elements, all similar enough in design and colour that you can mix and match to your heart’s content, yet diverse enough that you can match them to your own designs and visions. From ammonites to our early ancestors, we’ve created drawings and diagrams to cover the most mysterious eras of our earth’s existence.

To dig up some great graphics in your glog, simply select Create New Glog on your dashboard, then start adding media elements. You’ll find the prehistoric graphics in the new Prehistory section of our graphic libraries, so keep an eye out for it when adding backgrounds, text boxes, graphics and frames!

Written by Alicia Lewis

Written by Alicia Lewis

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