Hi everyone! Back in September, I started playing around with recreating several of my activities in Google slides so students. This way, students could have the same experience, but in a digital form! So many schools are going paperless and transitioning to more of a digital classroom, so I know there is a huge need for activities like this. I started looking at all my activities and realized quickly that so many would work very well in this environment. I started with the cut and paste puzzles and was very pleased with how they turned out. Here is a video of my Simplifying Radicals Cut and Paste Puzzle:
Using Google, these activities are SO easy to share with your students. You send the activity to them, then they complete it and send it right back to you! Students are able to complete this on chromebooks, laptops, iPads, tablets, or really any smart device. If you are a 1:1 school or can secure a set of tablets or laptops, I would recommend trying out an activity like this. Switching things up in the classroom always keeps things more interested for the students.
I was so excited to see a fellow teacher share this picture of her students working on my Slope Formula Cut and Paste Puzzle.
What are teachers saying about these activities?
“Great activity. My kids think they are getting away with “playing” on their Chromebooks and I can differentiate as necessary!”
“Students LOVED this! I even had parents message me saying how they thought it was an excellent assignment!”
“My students love all the digital activities! Can’t wait for more!”
“I like the digital version….much faster in class than waiting on students to cut and paste!”
“Love having these activities on Google! Students do not have to keep up with pieces of paper this way and they like being able to use their technology!
Here are some of my favorite digital activities:
You can find ALL of my digital activities here. I hope you consider trying one of these out!
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