Technology has come a LONG way in the elementary classroom. In a ten year period, our classrooms went from a handful of desktop computers that took up so much space, to every student having their own device. I’m so excited to be back in the classroom. Technology is going to play a huge part in my day to day with my students. Are you looking for more digital resources to integrate more technology into you classroom? Here are 9 digital resources that will get you through the school year!
I love these digital resources! The best part is that these activities help reduce the amount of worksheets in your classroom. Use these resources as a math or literacy center while you’re teaching in small groups. You can even use these during your small group instruction to help lead and support. However you use these, they will be a huge hit in the classroom!
You have two options of platforms for these resources: Google Classroom and SeeSaw. If you’re not familiar with using these platforms, check out this post to give you step by step on how to set up your classroom.
This resource is great for any time of the year. This is a great supplement to see how well your students understand addition using pictures. No need for manipulatives! Each slide illustrates the addition problem to help guide your more visual learners.
Rhyming is an important part of the reading process. It helps readers understand word families and how words are built. Forget about paper and pencil! Each slide includes a picture with 3 rhyming options.
This is the time of year where my kindergarten students take the leap into reading! Each slide contains an image along with blanks for each letter of the word. Each word is a CVC word, which is where kindergarteners start when reading their first words.
This time of year, students are taking their number sense to the next level. When your students are ready to learn more about addition skills, this Ten Tiny Snowflakes activity is perfect.
It’s difficult to find Earth Day activities at times. Make it a themed day with this sorting activity! A quick science activity all about the 3 forms of solids.
More Digital Resources!
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