18 Tips: Google Drawing Tips Sheets

Two Tips Sheets for Google Drawing I create all of my stickers and blog post featured images in Google Drawing. It is something I use daily to communicate visually and digitally. I have created two tips sheets to share with some ways to get the most out of Google...

Tie Dye Your Google Classroom Header

Tie Dye Your Google Classroom Header In Google Drawing and Google Slides you can now customize the gradient to create a “tie dye” effect. Use my Google Drawing template for Google Classroom headers to create a tie dye effect! Note: this does NOT work on...

Google Drawing: Resize

Resize a Google Drawing The default size of a Google drawing is 960 x 720 pixels (10″ by 7.5″). There are many reasons to need a different sized canvas. For example, when creating an image for Twitter the image needs to be 400 x 200 pixels. When I want to...

Add an Image to Your Tweet

Add an Image to Your Tweet How do you find new ideas; not just for using tech but that too? Twitter is full of innovative awesome educators who share! Create a Twitter account just for teaching and only follow educators who share, give free lesson plans, and free...

Control D – Duplicate

Duplicate with Control D Rather than using Control C to copy and Control V to paste, try Control D to duplicate! Control D duplicates objects when drawing, for example in Google Slides or Google Drawing. If you are using Insert->Drawing into Google Docs, you can...

Google Classroom: Students Submit Bitmoji

Students Submit Bitmoji to Google Classroom First let me warn you that Bitmoji has some really inappropriate Bitmoji’s. Drinking beer and other things. I would not recommend to students that they install Bitmoji. Some students already have it and their parents...