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4. 3. 4. Nadine Gilkison is my go to person for HyperDoc ideas. She is very generous with her content and shares often on Twitter. You can also visit her blog for more amazing integration resources. She recently shared this little gem that uses Google Slides for social media templates. Click on the link button to make a copy.. Stuff That Rocks. 1. 2. 1 Genially. 3. 2. 1. So, I saved the best for last. Anyone who has seen The Mandalorian should be completely obsessed with Baby Yoda. Once again, Nadine Gilkison created an adorable digital storytelling activity that combines student created drawings with Google Slides. You really need to check this one out!. 3. Week of January 13th, 2020. 1. 5. genial.ly is a fantastic website I recently discovered that allows you to create visually stunning content. It's easy to use and has a library full of templates that are engaging and interactive. If you are a blogger or provide professional development as part of your job, this is a must have tool in your arsenal. Their free plan gives you unlimited creations and views.. 3. 5 Digital Storytelling Art Smash. I've curated a page full of January themed lessons that your students might enjoy throughout the month. Just make a copy of any of the activities and add them as an assignment in your Google Classroom. You could also upload the entire document to give your students choice! Click on the link below.. 5. 2. 2. 3 SlidesMania. 1. 2. 5. 1. 2. 4. 4. 5. 1. 4. 3. 5. 4. 5. 4January Featured Lessons. 4. 2Social MediaTemplates. I am absolutely giddy over SlidesMania. If you are a Google Slides or PowerPoint user, then this is genuine gold. You don't have to be a certified graphic artist to make presentations look professional and visually appealing. It's all done for you. Oh, and it's free.. 3. 1. 3. 5. 2. LINK. LINK. LINK. LINK. LINK. Learn Moore Stuff. Laura Moore - Instructional Technology Specialist@LearnMooreStuff