Valentine GIFs with Keynote

Looking for a fun way to send families a Valentine's Day card - try making GIFS with your students using the attached template. There is a clips tutorial attached to play for students as an introduction. Export and post GIFs to LMS or email to families!


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Posted on February 05, 2024

That looks like a fun project. I like that it also shows the students the process of making a GIF

This reminded me of as project from Cheryl Davis last year using Keynote and primary sources to make a valentines card in a history class setting. It is worth looking at too if you are interested in tying in some history into the lesson.

Posted on February 05, 2024

Love this Katy - Animated Gifs are perfect for Valentine’s Day and to celebrate holidays. Thanks for the template!

Brian, thanks for passing along my Valentine primary source gif. I’m thinking I want to recreate this for this year but with a different primary source and maybe more inclusionary text. I checked GPT Chat and they suggested the following: 😊

  • Together we thrive
  • Unified Hearts, Strength Together
  • Harmony in Collaboration

Now I need to find a primary source that would maybe fit one of those.

I also just uploaded an Animated Gif for Lunar New Year (Lunar New Years Lanterns in Keynote - update). These are so much fun for students and helps them celebrate and learn about many different holidays.

Posted on February 10, 2024

Hi Katy

This is a fun task with lots of helpful scaffolding for students! Thank you for creating the how-to video which students could refer back to even after teacher modelling. Happy Valentine's Day!

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