These 7 engaging Google Slides activities build community, reduce paper and prep, and enrich your students' computer skills! Nervous about incorporating technology this year? These products are great for those teachers and students who are Google Slides savvy as well as those new to Google Slides. They contain clear, step-by-step instructions. Your students will love using technology in their class this year!
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1. Back to School Google Slides Collaborative Class Activity
Modern spin on All About Me Books. Kids will personalize a slide with what makes them smile, their happy place, strengths, ways they want to improve, and more.
2. Digital Growth Mindset/Inspirational Quotes and Classroom Rules Activity
Students choose a quote or classroom rule and use the Google Slides templates to type it and change the fonts and colors. Print them for your classroom decor. Your students will feel a sense of ownership of their classroom while learning about growth mindset and classroom rules.
3. Digital Reading Logs and Graphic Organizers
Get your students excited again about filling in their reading logs and tracking all the books they read this year. Also includes 10 graphic organizers you can use across all subjects. (You'll save so much paper this year!)
4. Student of the Day/Week Digital Posters & Class Book
Make your Student of the Day/Week feel extra special with a digital poster all about them projected for everyone to see.
5. Collaborative Kindness Activities in Google Slides
These Google Slides activities will engage your students while they set personal kindness goals, give evidence of characters who display kindness, create a class kindness collage, design posters to promote kindness around the school, and more!
6. Google Slides Sharing Projects
Students will love using Google Slides to create a timeline of their life, share a family tradition, report a current event, interview a community worker, and design a family shield. These 5 EDITABLE, digital sharing projects can be completed at school or assigned as a family project at home during winter break or anytime of year. These projects incorporate social studies, writing, speaking and listening, and computer skills, while building community in your classroom as your students share about themselves and their projects.
7. End-of-the-Year Collaborative Memory Slideshow and Book
End-of-the-Year Activity great for Open House and celebrations with parents. Students share what they're most proud of and their favorite subject, memory, and more. You can also customize the categories to fit your classroom's needs.
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❖ ❖ More Google Slides Activities:
• 9 BACK TO SCHOOL GOOGLE ACTIVITIES, including having your students comment and collaborate.