There are tons and tons and TONS of websites out there so look at and use, but it can become very overwhelming. I have gone there and it seems like the first day of school is those times my mind and list grow and become frenetic. So, after I've sifted through everything, here are three of my favorite sites this year:
Using your phone and the Photosynth app, take multiple pictures to create a 360 image. After saving it, go to the website to edit, publish and save. Think of the many things you can use with this app, including a tour of the facilities, posting where you are (famous places are great!), as a virtual field trip for those who couldn't go or to take a class with you.
http://www.easel.ly/ I've always loved Piktochart, but
sometimes it can get a little cumbersome. I also love Smore, but it can
be too elementary. Easely is the perfect balance of the two! It's
definitely more of an infographic than a poster, but has the ease of use
without all the bells and whistles you may need to know with
Piktochart. Easy to teach, it creates great infographics students and
educators can share!
3.Duolingo: https://www.duolingo.com/ Want to learn a new language without having to spend a lot of money on a program? Why not try this site? You choose the amount of time you'd like to spend with Duolingo and the further you go, the more difficult it becomes. Contains 8 different languages. There's an app for that too
Okay, I'm stopping with the ones I've used (for now) and love! Try one or all of them out - I recommend them for K-12.