Google Slides Transforms Into EBook

What would your student’s think if the Google Slides Book they created magically transformed into an EBook with curling pages? This can be done with the wave of a magic wand. No kidding aside! Okay maybe with a savvy teacher at the helm guiding the students with this innovative project. Alright you caught me again! All you really need is minimal technology skills to guide your students with authoring their first Ebook.

The trick to this project is creating a Google Slide using 8.5″ x 11″ page setup. Once the book is created the slide deck is downloaded as a PDF. Now the fun begins! The next thing the teacher does is upload the PDF to FlipSnack Edu. Yup it really is as easy as this sounds!

Set Google Slides Page Setup

  1. Open the Google Slide Presentation
  2. Click File
  3. Select Page Setup
  4. Under Page Setup Click Drop Down Arrow
  5. Select Custom
  6. Add Width Size (8.5″) followed by Length (11″)
  7. Click OK

Google Slides Page Setup.gif

Download Google Slide Deck as PDF

  1. Click File
  2. Select Download as
  3. Click PDF

download-as-pdf

Upload Slide Deck PDF to FlipSnack Edu

  1. Logon to FlipSnackedu.com
  2. Wave Cursor over New Project
  3. Select start from PDF
  4. Select Upload or Drop and Drag PDF file

upload-to-flipsnackeduWhy Turn a PDF Into a Flip Book???

  1. Provides Engaging way to share Student Creative Writing
  2. Teacher or Student can embed Flip Book into Blog or Website
  3. Student or Teacher can use as a classroom presentation
  4. Provides another format to share projects
  5. Offers an easy way to organize and curate projects
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