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Google Slides for Snapchat games in class

  • Students LOVE Snapchat games! You can tie them into your class WITHOUT needing the Snapchat app. Just use Google Slides!

Caption This! A fun, deep-thinking Google Drawings (or Slides!) activity

  • Use an image that connects to your content and adds speech/thought bubbles to show what the people involved would say or think. It’s a quick way to boost the Depth of Knowledge of your activity -- and it’s low-prep!

Create a low-cost, printed yearbook with Google Slides (by Jennifer Scott)

  • Jennifer’s school created a full-color yearbook and designed the whole thing on Google Slides. It’s SUPER inexpensive and pretty easy to do.

Student collaboration in shared Google Slides

  • This classic Google Slides hack is still effective! Share a slide presentation with every student. Each student gets his/her own slide and does his/her work on it. Then, they can comment on each other’s work. Easy collaboration!

How to Create Your Own “Apps” with Google Slides (FREE Template)

Anchor Charts

Kasey’s Google Slides Resources

The Google Slides Master Class!

I frequently refer to Google Slides as the Swiss Army Knife of the G Suite tools because it is capable of being so much more than a presentation tool. In this course, you will learn how to use Slides in new and unexpected ways in your classroom that will engage your students and make learning more dynamic!

Google Teacher Tribe Mailbag

Ashley Morrison (Cincinnati, OH) - Love using Google Sites, showing teachers how to use them, have students use them to share work … Any other tools besides Padlet that can be embedded and work really well within Google Sites?

Ryan Gutsch (Owen, WI) - What process or app … wants to have kids and parents (?) watch a video and not give them control of skipping ahead … answer questions based on a video clip. Can’t progress until answer questions right. Google Forms? Sites?

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