Session Interactive Slides

Google Slides for Stories, Quizzes, and Games

Session Description: We all know Google Slides is a great tool for making multimedia slideshows. But did you know it can also be used to make "Choose Your Own Adventure" style stories, interactive quizzes, and online Jeopardy games? With the ability to link to specific slides and go to different slides depending on the choice, you can make and use interactive slideshows. Learn how teachers and students can use Google Slides to create more than just presentations.

Session Resources:

 Session Agenda - Google Document Link

 Blog post - "Dragon Quest! A Google Slides Interactive Story" - Website link
 Help guide - "Creating Interactive Google Presentations"  - Google Document link
 Slideshow - "Creating Interactive Google Presentations" - Google Slides link
 Training video - "Google Slides for Stories, Quizzes, and Games" - YouTube link

 Sample Interactive Story - "Dragon Quest" - Google Slides link
 Sample Interactive Quiz - Google Slides link
 Template for Interactive Quiz - Google Slides link
 Sample Jeopardy Game - Math Terms - Google Slides link
 Jeopardy Game - 5-topic Template - Google Slides link
 Jeopardy Game - 6-topic Template - Google Slides link

More resources
 Help Guide - "Using Google Slides" - Google Document link


  1. How can I make the $100 (for example) disappear after we have chosen that question? Is that possible? Thanks!

    1. You can use the Flippity add-on in Google Sheets and it does this for you. You would utilize this instead of Google Slides.

  2. Bump: I have the same question as Carter's Dad. I have a Baseball game that is similar to Jeopardy and I'd like to figure out how to make the word or title turn colors or go away when I click it. Thanks for your help...this is a great site!

  3. How can I make a story template for my students?

    1. Here is one: -- courtesy of Matt Miller @ Ditch That (Website link --

      Eric has one too for a Choose Your Own Adventure -

      Alice Keeler, whom I LOVE, utilized Eric's instructions and showcases some of what her students were able to do -

      Hope this helps!