Have you seen the great dodecahedron dice that have been popping up with apps on each side? I love it! I’m not sure who to credit with such an original idea, but there are endless possibilities! So I decided to put together some Google Apps dice that can be used in professional learning. These can be used alone to help review concepts, inspire integration ideas, and even quiz a partner to help prepare for the Google Educator exams. You can also use two or more to create an app smashing activity. For instance, how can you combine Google Sites and Google Search in a classroom activity?
I created two versions, beginner and advanced. The beginner version includes: Google Drive, Google Search, Docs, Sheets, Forms, Presentations, Sheets and Chrome. You can see the Beginner Google Apps Smashing Dice template below and a download option below the image.
Below is the advanced version which includes: Google Drive, Google Search, Docs, Sheets, Forms, Presentations, Sheets, Chrome, Google+, Hangouts, Google Groups, and Google Sites. Of course, these do not cover the plethora of Google Apps, but is a great start. You can see the Advanced Google Apps Smashing Dice template below, and a download option below the image.
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