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This week Flippity launched a new add-on for Google Sheets that allows students to easily create templates for flashcards, quiz show, hangman, spelling words, MadLibs creator, or a badge tracker. These templates really increase the range of activities you can use Flippity for in your classroom and are great for younger students who may struggle with spreadsheet setup.

Add-ons are tied to your Google Account so every teacher/student needs to install the add-on one time to use it on all devices logged in to that Google Account. 

To get started, open a new Google Sheet and click on the "Add-ons" menu:


Click on "Get add-ons":


Search for "Flippity" and click on the blue "Free" button to install the add-on:


Allow the add-on to connect to your Google account:


Go back to the Add-ons menu, click on Flippity-->Pick a Template:



Now pick which template you would like to use. Flippity offers a demo link for each template to show an example and how to use the template.


After you pick your template, your Google sheet is reformatted and you are ready to move to enter your data following the template.

I hope you use the new Flippity add-on with your students! I would love to see what your students create, please feel to share with me via email or social media.

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Wednesday Web Tool: New Add-on from Flippity for Google Sheets


This week Flippity launched a new add-on for Google Sheets that allows students to easily create templates for flashcards, quiz show, hangman, spelling words, MadLibs creator, or a badge tracker. These templates really increase the range of activities you can use Flippity for in your classroom and are great for younger students who may struggle with spreadsheet setup.

Add-ons are tied to your Google Account so every teacher/student needs to install the add-on one time to use it on all devices logged in to that Google Account. 

To get started, open a new Google Sheet and click on the "Add-ons" menu:


Click on "Get add-ons":


Search for "Flippity" and click on the blue "Free" button to install the add-on:


Allow the add-on to connect to your Google account:


Go back to the Add-ons menu, click on Flippity-->Pick a Template:



Now pick which template you would like to use. Flippity offers a demo link for each template to show an example and how to use the template.


After you pick your template, your Google sheet is reformatted and you are ready to move to enter your data following the template.

I hope you use the new Flippity add-on with your students! I would love to see what your students create, please feel to share with me via email or social media.

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