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The Ultimate Guide for Creating Dynamic Flipping Books from Google Docs

In my previous post, I listed the steps to create awesome, virtual flipping books using Google Docs and the website Flipsnack. Here is the most thorough step-by-step guide you’ll ever need for you and your students to embark on this excellent endeavor.

Student Examples

The links below are examples from grade 3 students at Singapore American School.
Feel free to leave them a comment!

Happy flipping!

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2 responses to “The Ultimate Guide for Creating Dynamic Flipping Books from Google Docs

  1. Mike Hoffman March 10, 2014 at 6:25 pm

    Wow!! Thanks for taking the time to put this tutorial together, especially the Advance Settings. We are finishing up a big eBook project just this week. The students used the app Book Creator, which is nice, but publishing their work onto Blogger as a .pdf is always a bit of a let down.

    Everyone will be thrilled to see how their work can be beautifully embedded with page turning animation. The embedded piece still displays on iPads as well; sans page turning animation but still very book like.

    • @k_ferrell March 11, 2014 at 4:24 am

      Sounds like a great project Mike! Glad you’re able to use the tutorials.

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