Thankful for... Freeform!

Every year, our campus staff creates a large paper turkey to hang in our main hall. Teachers and other staff then write notes about what we are thankful for on paper "feathers" and tape them up to create a huge mural!

Well... the last few weeks have been so busy, we didn't get to do that this year. The realization hit earlier this week, just days before we'll all be gone for Thanksgiving break and with so little time to bring the project to life. But thanks to Freeform, the thankful turkey tradition lives on!

This year, we used Freeform to create a digital turkey for our staff to add to. Using Freeform's shapes to create the turkey and the drawing tools to write, it was so easy (and quick!) for us to collaborate as a staff and share what we are thankful for with each other.

 

This was so simple, but really fun to facilitate. It was a great opportunity to showcase a little bit of Freeform to teachers, while at the same time continuing a campus tradition that allows us to share and remember what's important, together! #wearelcp

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Posted on November 18, 2023

Super way to say “Thanks”! Love the idea - and graphic!

Posted on November 18, 2023

This is such a simple but effective way to create and collaborate with Freeform. Thanks for the idea!

Posted on November 18, 2023

That’s a great way to introduce Freeform to staff. Great idea!

Posted on November 22, 2023

What a wonderful way to show what your staff are grateful for. And a great-looking digital turkey too 🦃

Posted on November 24, 2023

Love it! Creativity and gratitude in action.

Obviously, you have Apple managed IDs so people can collaborate?

Posted on November 27, 2023

Hey there, Mary! Yes, we do have managed Apple IDs. We are able to collaborate on a board by using the "Invite with Link" option to add users.

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