This resource will be helpful for distance learning. We all know students are drawn to technology! This fun resource will allow your students to practice math independently on Google Slides. This is a perfect way to engage your students, assess their understanding and do it all PAPERLESS! If you school is going 1:1, this will be a perfect addition with activities you can use in your own classroom. In this product you will receive 4 different assignments that you can share with your students. There are two different versions. The first version is measuring the height of zoo animals. There two different versions. In the first version, students drag and drop cubes to measure the height and then type the number in the box. In the second version, they drag and drop the ruler to measure the animal. Then they record their answer by typing it in the box. This is the same for measuring the length of the caterpillars. The students will use cubes in one and a ruler in the other assignment. All four assignments include 15 slides each.
I use these during my math rotations. The students are given the assignment in Google Classroom. When they get to this rotation, they simply open it up and begin working. When they are finished, they turn it in digitally.
You could also project these activities on an Interactive Board as well to complete with the whole class. These activities specifically require typing so students will need to be able to type in the answer.
What is so great about this product!
It is NO PREP
It is PAPERLESS
On Google, their work SAVES AUTOMATICALLY
Technology = ENGAGING
Can practice ANYWHERE
Students are working independently on their individual file
You can DIFFERENTIATE by sending different assignments to individual students.
You are working on MATH STANDARDS & TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS
Students LOVE it!
This resource is in Google Slides format. You will NEED TO HAVE ACCESS to GOOGLE SLIDES to use this resource. It is also helpful to have GOOGLE CLASSROOM but not necessary. It will help you easily send the activities to your students.
Please note: I am not affiliated or associated with Google, nor do they endorse this resource.
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