Over Christmas break, maybe you’d like to take a few (hours) (days) (weeks) to digitally organize some old photos. I know that I’d love to have some of those pictures of my sisters with their cut-with-kitchen-scissors-bangs on my person at all times. I don’t have a scanner, and I don’t like the idea of hauling all of my photos to a store to have them scanned for me…but this looks do-able! The PhotoScan app from Google! Give it a try, and share the results with me!
To preserve Halloween (or other) memories from your classroom, go to Google Photos and create an album. If you’d like your students to be able to collaborate on this album, change the sharing settings and toss a link to the album on your Google Classroom page. Set the visibility to “anyone with the link can view” and you can share the link with parents, too! Here’s an article that explains how Google Photos works.
“Vintage Halloween Snapshot” by simpleinsomnia, used under CC BY 2.0