These are some of the sites that can be used effectively as digital portfolios with primary children. Check out the Google Doc that compares features of possible tools and lots of examples of primary blogs.

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Edublogs
Example: Grade One and Two Student Portfolios linked in the sidebar of this blog
Zak's Blog (grade one) & Gus's Blog (grade two)




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Kidblog

Example: Classroom of Portfolios, Another Classroom of Portfolios
Student Examples: Maryam's Blog, Jocelyn's Blog (grade one examples)


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Blogspot

Examples: Abigail's E-Profile(kindergarten)


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Wikispaces

Example: Wiki with Links to Entire Classrooms' Wikis
Student Examples: Nate's Wiki, Reagan's Wiki (grade one examples)



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Voicethread

Example: Eddie's Portfolio (grade one)




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Example: Maliya's Binder ( three)
Check here for tips and tricks for using Livebinders.




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Using Skitch with Evernote and more Skitch examples
Article explaining the use of Skitch with Evernote




For any portfolio host that allows comments, you will want the comments to come to you for approval first. Sue Waters has written a good explanation of how to do this with a google account here.