On Grandparents’ Day, the students can choose how they want to share their project.The students could save their project in two formats so that it could be read as an e Pub book in the i Books app or it could be viewed as a video (a perfect solution for those families without an i OS device). Shapard, one of the second grade teachers, we even decided how to change the project from teacher-centered to child-created (always a good thing! After the lesson, the children scattered around the room in search of the perfect place to take their pictures.It was fun to watch as they took a photo, examined it then re-did it when they thought it wasn’t just right!The students added the title to the cover – “Taking the photos and inserting them into the book was quite a bit to do for one 40 minute lab.In fact, we probably spent about an hour on all of these tasks.We also used a storyboard template (below) to help the recording run smoothly.Click on the image to download it as a PDF for your own projects, if you wish.The students worked through each page; some added color while others preferred leaving a white background.Your first book Customising your pages Once everyone reached the final photo page, we added one additional page – the conclusion.Once all children had been recorded, I saved each book to Google Drive so that they could be linked on my website and shared with our families.I’ve written a guide to sharing Book Creator creations on my blog. These were added to our FTP server and linked as well. The students had a bit more work to do before sharing on Grandparents’ Day.