eBooks can be a great activity for many purposes at any time of the year, but can often come in handy as an end of the year review project. With Google Slides, students can be creative with their images, fonts, and even embed videos or other web links into their eBooks. When students are finished creating the books, they can embed the Slides files in a digital portfolio or other class website. They can even download the Slides file as a PDF and now they have a book anyone can read on any device!
Here are a few very simple templates I made using Google Slides that you and your students are welcome to use. They can add to them and get as creative as they would like. Click on the links below to view the templates. To use the template as your own, click the blue "Use Template" button in the upper right.
eBook Dark - Landscape
eBook Light - Landscape
eBook Dark - Portrait
eBook Light - Portrait
eBook Activity Ideas:
- Creative Writing/Fiction - example embedded below
- Historical Fiction
- Informational Pamphlet
- Non-Fiction Book (Great for science and Social Studies topics, reviewing animals, space, chemical and physical reactions, historical events, places, and people, etc.)
- A book of story problems complete with answer key
Creative Writing/Fiction eBook Example
Be sure to check out a few of my other posts about creative ways to use Google Slides!