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Trying out Sketchpad. Great way to teach layout

I’ve been experimenting with a simple, but powerful design and layout tool called Sketchpad.

It’s like Adobe Spark but with interesting brushes and pens, 800 plus fonts. I like the how easy it is to import images from your computer into the layout. There’s plenty of clip art too. It’s web-based but the offline version is at an unbelievable price of $4.95! For schools, this is a great asset, especially since it integrates with Google Classroom.

Here’s what the working area looks like, as I asked students to create cubes. They were using a connector tools for this, but there are more options. Check it out!


 
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Posted by on April 25, 2018 in Ed-Tech

 

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