You can use Jamboard to create digital year books that can be individually printed out and gifted to students at the end of school year. This project can be done in Google Slides as well, however Jamboard does offer a couple of advantages. Jamboard slides (or frames) are hidden so it is slightly more difficult to accidentally delete slides (this make collaborating easier). Jamboard offers a drawing and sticky note tool which Google Slides does not. Unfortunately Jamboard has very limited text sizing, font, and color so I actually set up the names, school, and year in Google Slides and used those as the uneditable backgrounds in Jamboard. Once the project is complete the teacher can edit and move things around if it needs to be "cleaned up" before printing. For my "how to" instructions with screenshots click on THIS LINK . If you use this idea I would love to hear your feedback! You can comment below or tag me on Twitter @atechcoachlife .
Notebooking, Teaching, and Technology