Looking to have your students write on top of those old PDFs? This explains exactly how to have students fill in PDFs using Google Slides and Classroom.
We always talk about Google Slides and Google Docs, but we rarely use Google Sheets with students. This is an attempt to teach students in grades 2-5 a bit about Sheets in a FUN way using Mystery Pixel activities. See all Mystery Pixel resources here.Here’s the quick version of what kids will do…1. Students research a topic using web sites,… Read More
Do you use Google Classroom™ or Google Slides™ with your students? This project easily allows students to reflect on 2019, while setting goals for 2020 using Google Slides™. If you’re not sure how to use a digital resource with students, follow the steps below. **You will need this resource to complete the project with students. You can snag the project… Read More
Why your students should start playing Prodigy Math Game…NOW! Are you looking for a way to encourage your students to practice and reinforce their math skills? You may want to give Prodigy a try. Prodigy is a math-based game that mimics the gameplay of a RPG, or role playing game, where students engage in “wizard battles” using math problems to… Read More
Looking to easily share links with students using Google Tone? This chrome extension can be added to the Chrome browser through the Chrome Web Store. Go to a site that you want to share with students, click on the extension on the top of your browser window, and a tone will play. As long as students have a Chrome window… Read More
Want to easily print comments when using Google Docs? There is an extension for that! When you assign students a writing prompt or project in Google Docs, it would be great if you were able to print that document with all of the markups. There are definitely times when this could come in handy, especially for special ed or elementary students…. Read More