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Pud2 Sun 22-Nov-15 14:01:00

I've just started using this great website -
It gives a picture a day with a few questions and prompts for reading and writing to go with it. I just wondered if anyone is familiar with the website and knows if you are able to access previous pictures?

padkin Sun 22-Nov-15 17:07:43

Haven't heard of it before, so can't help with your query, but looks great - thank you!

Makingchanges Sun 22-Nov-15 17:21:48

I've used it before. Was called lend me your literacy until very recently. It's fab for writing prompt pictures, especially for ks2

Makingchanges Sun 22-Nov-15 17:22:40

Yes you can (or could) access previous pictures but I haven't used it since it changed so not sure how.

Makingchanges Sun 22-Nov-15 17:28:09

Ok I've taken a quick look and I think you are supposed to be able to click on the calendar in the top right hand corner and go to a day but that doesn't seem to be working on my iPad or phone

fuckweasel Sun 22-Nov-15 17:29:08

Click on 'calendar' and pick any day to access previous pictures.

GardeningWithDynamite Sun 22-Nov-15 21:16:13

I've got right and left arrows on the picture. That seems to take you to other pictures. You can also use the calendar. There's a blog that goes with the website.

Wow. That looks great. Thanks op!

Pud2 Mon 23-Nov-15 21:19:06

It's great isn't it! Thanks for the advice. The calendar wouldn't work on my iPad but maybe it will on my computer.

Footofthestairs Fri 18-Dec-15 10:32:06

Had never heard of Pobble, this is excellent, will definitely be using. Thanks smile

irvine101 Fri 18-Dec-15 18:12:18

Not a teacher, but started using this few weeks ago.
My ds hated writing, but with this, he actually look forward to do quick writing everyday. It's just amazing.

thelaundryfairy Tue 22-Dec-15 15:49:19

Jonny from Pobble came to our school last month to give training sessions and was very well received. I didn´t manage to attend any of the sessions myself as I had to go to others, but I value the opinions of my colleagues who did go and they rated both him and his resources highly. I did chat to him during the conference and he seemed really nice so perhaps one to suggest for in-house training at your schools too. I´d never heard of Pobble before meeting him but have since checked it out and am most impressed. I believe all of the team who set up the website are current teachers.

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