A terrific example of the power of GIFs.

Created by
Victoria Wink, 
@ThinkWink_PhyEd
Functional.gif

How to Add GIFs From the Pages Below to a Slides File​

  • Choose the page that includes the GIFs you’d like to use

  • Scroll through and click to open GIFs you want  to use (clicking on the GIF means it will show up in “recent” when you insert it from Drive) 

  • In Slides, go to “Insert”

  • “Image”

  • “Drive”

  • “Recent”

  • Drag and drop each GIF to the slide of your choice

The GIF below shows all of these steps!

add GIF from Gif Collection.gif

Note: All work generously shared 

here is for educational use only. 

 

Permission is granted to use these GIFs in your classroom or for professional development only. 

 

It is expressly forbidden to use 

the GIFs contained here to create works to offer for sale.  

Most will not be able to access.

Smooth Slide.gif

We just included this one because it's awesome and we know you'll come up with fun ways to use it!

Stop Sign.png

Do NOT share these folders with students.

The entire "GIF Collection" folder is available here:

5 pages of GIFs organized by topic can be found by clicking below:

Click here or below for full previews of the following folders:

A - B.JPG

Click here or below for full previews of the following folders:

C - F.JPG

Click here or below for full previews of the following folders:

GIFs 3.JPG

Looking for Juggling?  See "Scarves/Juggling"

Click here or below for full previews of the following folders:

O - Se.JPG

Resistance/Thera Bands, TRX & Aerobic (Stability) Balls

Click here or below for full previews of the following folders:

gifs 5.JPG

You can, also, use the search tool below to see what's available.
(Note: some GIFs fall in more than one folder, but are only in the list below in one.)
Scroll to down to find GIFs organized by topic.  Click the page you're interested in to browse the animated images.