#GSuiteHack : Interactive Google Drawing

This week's featured #GSuiteHack is from AppsEvents presenter Adam Llevo a.k.a.@MrAdamPE on Twitter.

One of the ways you can use Google Drawings in your lessons is through making a drag-and-drop labeling activity! You could create the template, share the template with your students, and they then share back the completed homework when they have finished for you to check. Below are some examples:


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