There are so many brilliant tools on the web and I love having a play and thinking about ways they could be used in the classroom. I came across this one today through a colleague on twitter (thanks @MGEducator!). PicLits has a gallery of colourful pictures on a range of topics which you can add text to to make a bit of visual poetry. I can imagine using this as a great starter for a writing lesson, just to warm students up and extend their descriptive thinking. It would be brilliant to use with a unit on poetry – looking at imagery and trying to create a sense of the picture through writing. Placement of the words can also change or create meanings – there are some good examples in the gallery of work others have created.