There is software like Video Scribe and the app Elevator Pitch which will make hand drawn videos for you. Not everyone would create them often enough to make the cash outlay worthwhile , although Elevator Pitch is not that expensive and one I have used regularly.Video Scribe comes at a price because it can produce complex, professional looking presentations for you. What if you want to do it yourself , though? Or your students want to do it? This video gives you the directions and plan of attack and then you need a whiteboard, camera and whiteboard markers. I had a student last year who used to work with her sister at home to produce hand drawn videos. It was a positive, collaborative sibling activity and she used to bring the finished videos to school on her iPad. They used a phone, a memo board and markers and the finished product looked good. The other students gave her very positive feedback, as did I, and so there was a real sense of success with that activity. I had given them the option of presenting their work as a video in any way they chose. It meant she was learning her work as she was preparing her video. It also became an effective tool for teaching her peer assessment group. It went down well we were sharing content and ideas about how to do things. We are connected. We are always looking for ways to share our ideas effectively. Hand drawn videos can be fun but the careful approach means there is an inbuilt learning process for content and technique.