This Autumn resource is perfect for back to school!
Your students will enjoy working with this paperless Google Drive
edition of Write About a Fall Picture! Visual Writing Prompts. Please check back often as I will be adding more paperless digital resources to my store.
Visuals are a useful tool to motivate students to write. These 25 interesting fall themed pictures will help students identify the "5 Ws"
as well as encourage discussion. This is a very valuable resource for English Language Learners
to help improve their speaking and writing skills. It is also great for using in preparation for the speaking and writing sections of the NYSESLAT.
.The visuals can be used to motivate students of all grade levels and help them organize their writing.
Google Drive resource will help you implement technology in your classroom. If your school is going 1:1 with devices (Google Chromebooks, iPads, Android tablets, etc.) in classrooms then this is the perfect resource to use with your students!
This product includes a link to a Google Document file with 25 interactive digital slides. The slides contain writing prompts
related to the fall
season. Students are able to “write” on the slides and all of their work is automatically saved. These writing activities will keep your students motivated and engaged and will make your life easier since there is no need for printing, laminating and cutting! Students enjoy using technology and will have fun writing about the fall season
with this paperless Google Drive resource.
* You will receive a PDF file with a link to the Google document.*
After receiving the link to the Google document simply open Google drive, make a copy of the slides you wish to use, and open the activities for students on your choice of device.
Students do not need to have an individual Google account, you can use this as a center activity! If your students are proficient with their own Google accounts and document sharing, then you can assign the centers to them individually as classwork, homework, center activity, etc.
Designed for use with Google Drive & Google Slides but also works with Microsoft OneDrive.
Please look at the preview to see thumbnails of the center slides.
DISCLAIMER: Please read before purchasing.
This product is designed for users familiar with Google Drive, Google Docs, and Google Slides. Users are responsible for having a working knowledge of these programs (file copying/sharing, etc.) in order to successfully use the product. Users with basic Google questions are encouraged to research online resources (Google, You Tube, etc), or consult school/district tech specialists. Please leave product specific questions on my TpT page or contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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