Idea 8 Top 10 Lists: Have students compile Top 10 lists of quotations for characters in stories, people in history, or categories within the quotes themselves (top 10 quotes by people still living, top 10 quotes by Americans, top 10 quotes under 150 letters, etc.).
Idea 9 Most Likely to Be Used Lists: Have students match quotations to occasions or people.
Have students save the images and use them to create collages, print them to create photo albums, or use them in other projects (such as a flip book).
Idea 11 Make into inspirational poster: You can do this for free and easily at Big Huge Labs.
Find images from Flickr (use advanced search to find results with Creative Commons licenses) or at freeimages (again, used advanced search to select unrestricted photos).
Idea 17 Print them on sticky notes: You can find an easy tutorial that describes how to print onto sticky notes directly from your computer.
Students can then leave inspiring quotes around the school or their homes. Idea 18 Tweet them: There is a Twitter hashtag (#quotes) that you can use to share quotes.