Google Jamboard is a very useful resource for classroom use. It is a whiteboard that all children can access at anytime, from any device.
The following collection of links gives ideas, hints, tips etc on how Jamboard can be used in primary schools.
Ditch that Textbook have a useful introduction to Jamboard and offers basic instruction on how to use it, followed by 20 ideas for using it in class. There are also free templates that you can use, if they would be useful to you. This page finishes with a set of tips and tricks, I particularly like the last one where students are required to make their own copy of a Jamboard, I can see that being very useful.
The TechFairies offer ten Jamboard ideas; I really like the storyboard idea from this set, it would be so useful to scaffold writing: comics, fiction, reports, non-fiction, science investigations – useful for scaffolding writing in any format. The TechFairies have a Wakelet collection of all things to do with Jamboard, that is well worth a visit for ideas, templates, how to dos etc.
The TEFL Zone share six simple ideas for using Google Jamboard with young children , these are specifically linked to learning English but would apply just as well to learning French or Spanish, whichever your school is teaching.