This interactive ear tool has code to embed a large image/link on your blog. Useful for easy access to the site and more interesting than a text link but would be good if it was interactive from the blog post.
The Interactive Ear is presented by Amplifon
You can create simple online polls with Vorbeo.
Fill in all the boxes for information and choose your colours, then copy and paste the code into your blog post.
Your voters get to have their say and then see how others have voted (on the Vorbeo website).
There doesn’t appear to be any way of viewing the results of the poll without voting or copying the link from the code and pasting into your browser. It is however a really simple way of creating a poll.
QR codes are those pixelated squares appearing on everything. They are essentially like bar codes and contain information, usually a link to a website. There are plenty of free QR code generators available online and they can be read by bar code reader apps available for most smartphones.
QR codes can be generated for each blog post a child makes and displayed next to them. If pupils have work in exercise books that relates to their blog posts, they can stick a copy of the QR code in their book to keep a link to their work and any comments it receives in one place.