Yup! There are a couple of different Add-ons that will do this. One of them, called Wizy Mail Merge & Doc Merge with Attachments, would work especially well for this.
I'm trying to make a sequencing activity in Google Classroom. When you did your Narrative Writing Breakout, how did you make the sentence strips where we could move them around and put them in order?
My newest obsession: BreakoutEDU. If you're not familiar with this concept in learning, you definitely should get there! (Check it out at breakoutedu.com)
One of the projects I recently did with several teachers was to help them get both personal narrative and friendly letter writing samples from their students. In order to help them start generating their writing and to review the concepts they had already learned, I created a Breakout in which students could review sequencing, transition words and phrases, parts of a text (depending on the genre), and then actually create a rough draft.
I am having my kids doing some Thanksgiving writing activities. Is there a way they can type their paragraph in a shape of a turkey (or any shape for future purposes)? I know we have done Wordles in various shapes, but is it possible to do full paragraphs in a similar way? Thanks in advance!!
So...... this is a good one. The answer to your question is "yes-ish." You can do this, sort of and kind of. Here are a couple of ways that I know of, along with their associated buts.
We Googled this and did not find the exact answer we were looking for. Can we insert an image as a background in Drawings? We can insert the image and order the image to the back but we wanted it as a background instead.
In Slides, the answer would be YES! So why is this feature not available in Drawings?? You can insert an image and send it to the back just like you said, but it's still just like a poster on the wall; it can be moved around, unlike wallpaper. PLEASE, I beg of you, send that as feedback to Google!!
I want to make available to my volunteers the dates & times that I have open for volunteering/helping (they would be able to go into this doc and sign up for a date and time . . . edit it). I would like to share these dates with them through Google Docs. If a parent does not have Google Docs how can I share it with them so that they can sign up/edit in this Doc?
As long as you set the sharing permissions to be "Anyone with the link... can edit," people don't even have to have a Google account to write on it!