Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve rooted for the underdog. If it was the tortoise or the hare, I pulled for the tortoise. I rooted for Charlie Brown to finally kick the football, The Greeks to win in The Battle of Salamis, and Lennie to live a happy full life in Of Mice and Men. I rooted for them because I believed in their potential. So, it is no surprise that I am sitting here, writing about the potential of Google Drawings. It is the underdog of the G-Suite tools. In workshops, I have led and in general conversations with people, Google Drawings doesn’t appear to be utilized as often or at all. So, my question is Why? Is it the name? Drawings gives off the connotation that you need to be an artist, creative or Salvador Dali-esque. The reality is that Google Drawings should be in the forefront alongside Google Docs, and Forms because you can create wonderful things that can be applied in the classroom. Here’s a list of possibilities:
- Custom logos
But rather than me telling you about all the wonders Google Drawings has to offer, why don’t you see for yourself. Here are six resources that will help you get started. Enjoy the wonder that is Google Drawings!