If you are a teacher who works one-on-one or in small groups this is a great PDF trick to be more efficient with your time and materials!
Do you use PDF resources? Or perhaps you have a CD lying around somewhere with PDF versions of some of your workbooks. Or better yet, have you bought one of my “no print” resources? There’s an easy way to save time, ink and paper by drawing straight onto the PDF while on your tablet or computer! Or even if you have endless printer ink (said no one ever), some kids are just simply more engaged by drawing digitally – and I want to show you how easy it is to do.
Here are some step-by-step directions to accomplish this two ways – ADOBE READER and the TINY PDF app. Both are free apps in the app store. Or if you’re planning to use your computer (and not a tablet), you can download Adobe Reader by going to https://get.adobe.com/reader/
You can use ADOBE READER on your tablet or computer.
TINY PDF is a free annotation app. If you are using it with a no print resource, the interactive/touch aspects still work in this app – they may not work in other annotation apps.
Would you try this? Do you have another way to write on PDFs? Let me know!