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By Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Combine videos, photos, and music; best for Facebook users.

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age 14+

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age 14+

Masher is no longer free

Sorry to see that Masher, which is referenced in the Digital Citizenship curriculum (Grade 8, Lesson 5) is no longer free for teachers and students to use . . . unless I'm missing something.

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In its simplest form, Masher is sort of like a slide show set to music or a Power Point-style presentation created by combining photos, videos, and music. Kids who like to take lots of pictures of themselves or their friends, or who like to make special photo presentations of school years, sports team seasons, vacations, or other events, will love the capabilities provided by Masher. Most of the music and images already on the site as examples or that can be used as stock content aren't current and many kids won't want to use any content other than their own. Especially for Facebook users, Masher is an easy, useful, creative tool to bring music, photos, and video together to tell a personal story.

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