So I ran and created a template for my students to use.
Yesterday, our wifi decided to be really wacky in the computer lab, so I ran with plan B and had my 6th graders put themselves into the picture.
HOW WE DID IT
Step One: Students worked in teams -- one took a picture of the other against our green wall and then they switched places.
Step Two: Open the DOINK Green Screen App (http://www.doink.com/support) and click top RIGHT for new project.
Step Three: Look to bottom right and click on last + sign. Look to top right and go to the camera roll and bring in the KIND background image.
Step Four: Look to bottom right and click on the middle + sign. Look to top right, go to camera roll, and bring in ONE student's picture.
Step Five: If necessary, use the mask to erase anything in the picture that you don't want (we had some shelving in the way or floor boards)
Step Six: Click on the student layer (bottom of page) and resize student to fit in the "I" area of kind.
Step Seven: Look to top middle -- change to image -- and save image to camera roll....clicking DONE and OK.
Repeat with 2nd student!
Once all the pictures were taken, students airdropped them to my ipad and I transferred them to the PC. Put them into ONE folder, control A to select them all, Right mouse click (print), chose PDF as print option, and set it to 2 copies per page (5x7) size, and emailed them off to the print shop. Teacher will keep 1 for Bulletin Board use....I will keep one.
Was a nice nice Plan B. Students personalities came out in the pictures. I showed their pictures up on the TV to dismiss -- so made sure I had Everyone's pictures. And if they wanted a do-over, we did that too.
Here is a sample of their work.