Wednesday, February 9, 2011

My Fake Wall

My Fake Wall provides students and teachers the ability to create a Fake Facebook wall.  Not sure how long this site will remain open before Facebook claims copyright infringement or some other lawsuit.  As much as our students are on Facebook, this would be a great website for a student project.  You can find several sample Fake Walls to show students as an example.

My Fake Wall could be used across the curriculum in various ways.  It would be a neat way for students to create a wall over a math problem or formula.  History teachers could easily incorporate it into a project over a person or event.  Same goes for Science Teachers and English teachers.  The possibilities are endless and once again provides an alternate project idea for students.

Using My Fake Wall does require signing up with an email and a password, this will allow you to save and share the walls that you create.  You will want to check with your district to make sure the site is not blocked as well.  You can see a sample below of Franklin Roosevelt.


  1. Very neat little tool, I SO wish it didn't have so much advertising all over the place!

  2. I agree. I am having lots of trouble getting it to perform consistently. I've tried several different browsers and browser versions and different computers. Very slow loading the home page and subsequent pages for creating accounts and creating a wall. Button to upload picture is missing in some browsers, option to upload picture album across the top is not available in others. Afraid to commit to an assignment with a teacher and 70 students. Any fixes?

  3. If you are having trouble using My Fake Wall, try

  4. You can use