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How to Make a Petmoji!

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  How to Make a Petmoji! Hi everyone! A lot of you have been asking me how I made a Petmoji of my Great Dane, Hiccup for my virtual classroom. If this is something you are interested in doing, just follow the step by step instructions below! 1. Create your Petmoji.  Go to http://www.mypetmoji.com . Click 'get started' to create and personalize a Petmoji to match your dog or cat.  2. Download your Petmoji.  When you are all done creating your Petmoji, click the button that says download. When you open the picture that has downloaded, it will look like this. As you can see, there is still writing and a background on this picture. Before you insert your Petmoji into your virtual classroom, you will need to remove these things. If you have any kind of photoshop or photo editing program, that would be a great way to simply crop and use the erase tool to remove the background. If you do not have a photo editing program, see the next step! 3. Edit Background. If you are reading this s

Welcome!

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Hello! Me, my husband Sam, and our two kiddos Declan, and Charlotte. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this post and start my blogging journey with me! 😊 I would love to start by telling you a little about myself: My name is Naomi Gliva. I live in Denver, Colorado 🏔 with my husband, my two toddlers, and my dog (Great Dane to be exact).  Hiccup: The Great Dane I am a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in elementary education and an endorsement in linguistically diverse education (ELA, ESL). Education has been a passion of mine since I can remember; as a learner as well as a teacher.  I have taught in the Denver, Colorado area in different elementary schools for a little less than a decade and have been creating resources for students and staff for about three years! My main goal as a teacher is to use all different learning styles in order to meet the unique needs of each individual child all while incorporating engaging activities to keep learni