Majo Mora
Technology Integration Facilitator

Using Spark in Primary Grade Levels

I started to use Spark Video and Spark Post with Kindergarten kids in iPads, and Spark Video with Grade 1 and 2 students in Chromebooks, and students and teachers are completely excited with the products!

Kids have written stories about aliens, created their characters and settings with different materials in the Makerspace (which I manage), and then took pictures to be used as illustration of their digital stories using Spark Video.

I would like to have more ideas on how to use Spark in the classroom!

  • Adobe Spark

    Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use tool that helps you turn your ideas into compelling social graphics, web stories, and animated videos

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William Cortez

Posted on 5/30/19 3:19:43 PM Permalink

​You're incredible. In our kindergarten and public elementary schools, the kids are not yet exposed to Adobe Spark.

scsc media

Posted on 5/8/18 12:37:10 PM Permalink

​May I ask how you achieved the login for younger students? I am trying to set this up and am struggling a bit. We are a Google school district. What happens if a student's account gets blocked for age restriction? Can this be fixed?

Carlos Andres Orozco Palacio

Posted on 5/1/18 8:20:18 PM Permalink

​Spark is easy to learn and very nice user experience, this how do you say exited the student and improve the way you teach and the way they learn.

Tony Fling

Posted on 4/15/18 4:26:38 PM Permalink

​Another teacher and I used Spark in her High School Chemistry class. The students were presented with a question, What would the world be like without Silicone? The students had to create a Spark page giving examples of objects they use daily that are made of silicone and what their lives would be like without them.