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Perfect for practicing storytelling, building digital literacy, and preparing for career and college success, these FREE lessons and projects extend Khan Academy content with creative activities. Each resource is designed to be flexible, adaptable, and ready for use in the classroom.
Nine lessons that can be a standalone or scaffolded series on storytelling with Adobe and Pixar in a Box.
Students use Adobe Spark to imagine and describe a fictional world.
Students use Adobe Spark to tell the story of one of their memories.
Students design a world and character for their story and use Adobe Spark Page to share their ideas.
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Students use Adobe Spark or Photoshop to create feeling and characters using lines.
Students use Adobe Spark or Photoshop to visualize an obstacle their character will face.
Students use Adobe Spark to outline the first act of a story.
Students practice user experience and app design in this unique series of digital media activities.
Students use Adobe XD to create an interactive prototype of their app.
Students use Adobe XD to mock up the structure and organization of their app.
Students use Adobe XD to profile a hypothetical user for an app.
Check out the full collection of engaging, creative activities for students of all ages, organized by subject area or discipline.
Teach students how to learn from mistakes, set goals, and creatively practice social and emotional learning.
Students use Adobe Spark to build a website sharing and reflecting on an important goal.
Students use Adobe Spark to design a simple web page reflecting on how mistakes can lead to growth.
Students use Adobe Acrobat to practice factoring polynomials and develop a growth mindset in math.
Give students a jump start on planning for their future with these fun, adaptable college and career activities for all ages.
Students use Adobe Spark to design a simple web page envisioning their future career path.
Students use Adobe Spark to create an image imagining a future career in product design.
Students use Adobe Premiere Rush to pitch themselves as comic book artists or creative directors.
Check out this new program for educators in every subject area and grade level.
This collection, co-designed in partnership with Khan Academy, brings together Adobe’s creative tools with Khan Academy’s world-class content in over 100 flexible and adaptable teaching resources. Each activity provides students an opportunity to engage deeply with their learning, practice essential skills like digital literacy, and nourish their creativity and self-expression.
The Adobe Education Exchange is a learning platform and community, designed by educators for educators, to ignite creativity in the classroom. All materials on the Education Exchange are free, including teaching resources, professional development courses, community discussions, and more.