Spring Break Digital Report in Google Slides is a fun activity for students to complete when they return from Spring Break. It will also give YOU insight on what they did over the week☺ We all know how excited our students are to report back about their spring break and this digital writing activity
is the perfect way for them to reflect and report back to the class about their time away.
It would also be fun for students to complete the Google Slides presentation and present it to the class or small groups. This a great to do for 5 minute time fillers or brain breaks.
Easy enough for 1st-5th graders but middle schoolers would enjoy it too!
What is included?
★ Slide with 4 examples of finished slides
★ Slide with directions on how to insert and crop a selfie
★ Slide with directions on how to insert images/search for images
★ Slide with directions on how to embed the presentation into your class blog/website (you might want to delete this one before dispersing the presentation to your students)
★ 8 Slides for Students to Complete
→ Where did you go?
Students drag an arrow to point to the state(s)/country(ies) on a world map where they spent Spring Break. A text box is provided for students to write a description.
→What did you do?
Students insert a photograph or an image they find on the internet onto this slide and place it inside of the polaroid image. A text box is provided for students to write a description.
→Who did you see?
Students take photos of the people they saw over Spring Break and place them inside of the phone. If those people are not in the classroom (or at home if they work on this at home) then they can insert a text box and type in the names. Directions for this appear at the bottom of the slide. A text box is provided for students to write a description.
→What was the weather like?
Students drag and resize the emoji(s) that represent the type of weather that occurred over Spring Break to the empty section of the slide. They delete the emojis they do not need. A text box is provided for students to write a description.
→What did you read?
Students type in the title of the book they read over Spring Break on the cover of the book that appears on the slide. Directions at the bottom of the slide tell students to type in any kind of print source if they didn't read a BOOK. Ex: Menus, food labels, magazines, TV ad, etc. A text box is provided for students to write a description.
→What did you eat?
Students search for an image of something they ate over Spring Break and place it on the plate. A text box is provided for students to write a description.
→What did you play?
Students search for an image of a game (board game, video game, sport, etc.) they played over break and place it inside of the box. A text box is provided for students to write a description.
→How do you feel about coming back to school?
Students select one of the emojis that appears on the side of the slide that represents their feelings about returning to school. They will resize and place in the empty space. Then they will delete the other emojis. A text box is provided for students to write a description.
All slides contain student directions at the bottom.
This product comes as a link in a PDF file. First, make sure you are signed into your Google account. Click on the link and you will be prompted to "Make a Copy". Rename the file to whatever you would like. It will be sent directly to your Drive! Disperse to your students via Google Classroom, Google Drive Shared folder, your Learning Platform, etc..
This download is for a SINGLE classroom use license. If you wish to use this with multiple classes or share it with teachers in your school, please use the multiple purchase option which will give you 50% off each additional license.
Be sure to check out these FUN activities in Google Drive:
★ Design a Book Cover Collaborative Class Project
★ Design an APP Collaborative Class Project
★ Seasonal Collaborative Digital Books
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