This bundle of activities best introduced during back to school during August and September includes fun school themed activities to help support ESL / ELL newcomers as they adjust and learn new English language skills. The activities in the bundle practice common skills such as letter identification, uppercase and lowercase matching skills, common school vocabulary, five senses, counting to five, addition within 5, and shapes. This bundle is a set of Digital Google Slides Activities,
which means that there is less prep and printing for you and more engagement for your ESL / ELL students.
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**BENEFITS OF GOOGLE CLASSROOM**
♥ INTEGRATE TECHNOLOGY INTO THE CLASSROOM!
♥ IMPROVE STUDENT COMPUTER SKILLS!
♥ INCREASE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT!
♥ ACCESS MATERIALS ANYWHERE!
♥ ESL STUDENTS BUILD THEIR TECH SKILLS
Check out the FREEBIE here to test how your students respond to digital centers:
Digital Back to School Free Beginning Sounds Activity ESL / ELL Newcomers
Centers and Activities Included in this Pack:
♥ How Many Kids? Students count how many kids they see in each window on the bus and then drag and drop the number digit to the empty box on the bus.
♥ Owls Add It Up! Students drag and drop to build the equation to show how many owls there are in total.
♥ Shape It Up! Students match the missing half of the shape on each slide and read the name of the shape.
♥ ABC Uppercase baby Owl Match! Students drag and drag the matching uppercase letter on the baby owl that is showing on the mother owl.
♥ ABC Lowercase-Uppercase baby Owl Match! Students drag and drag the matching uppercase letter on the baby owl to the lowercase letter showing on the mother owl.
♥ School Words Read & Color! Students read the names to the school vocabulary words and color them in their booklets.
♥ What’s the Word? Students look at the picture on each slide, then find and trace the matching vocabulary word on their recording sheets.
♥ What’s the Letter? Students look at the letter on each slide on the pencil, then they find the matching lowercase letter on their recording sheets and trace it.
♥ Our Five Senses! Students talk about the picture showing our five senses one ach slide. This is typically done as a whole class activity.
♥ Our Five Senses Matching! Students drag and drag the matching body part to show which one is used with our senses.
Hand out recording sheets for each individual student as they work on these centers and activities. This is the best way to test whether they are learning their material. My ESL students respond really well to digital activities as it reaches them on a visual level which in turn develops their literacy skills.
The instructions and the link to the DIGITAL GOOGLE SLIDES FILE is included in the Zip Folder. An account with Google is a must to be able to use this resource.
Your students will LOVE these activities!