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5 Ways to Support Non-Techy Teachers
Supporting teachers and not just new teachers is so important as teachers navigate distance learning and whatever else the world throws at them. Here are ways to support non-techy teachers with all of the ed-tech tools they're trying. Teachers are looking for distance learning resources and trying to navigate this e learning world. #digitalclassroom #elearning #covidedu
Small Group Center Rotations
Save time during your center rotations by using center slides. Automatically set timers for each rotation and you won't fall behind in small groups ever again.
How to Get Started with Google Classroom
Using Google Classroom with your kindergarten or first grade classroom this year? Check out this post and video on how to use Google Classroom.
Seesaw Activities | Math Endless Bundle
These Seesaw activities for kindergarten are perfect for digital activities in the classroom or for distance learning. Your virtual lessons will be so much easier to assign with the click of a button. The activities will be added to your Seesaw library and ready to assign to students.
Kindergarten Boom Cards | Building Numbers to 10
Whether you want to use this in your kindergarten activities at school or at home, these are the perfect interactive tasks. Build the numbers to 10 with this interactive task card desk. Task cards in kindergarten are a great way to review what has already been taught. These digital task cards are perfect for the younger students because they are self-correcting.
Using Interactive PowerPoints in Kindergarten
Add some spice to teaching kindergarten reading skills by reviewing what you've taught with interactive powerpoints. From beginning sounds to sight words, I've got you covered when it comes to practicing what you've taught. Use your 1:1 devices or grab whiteboards to write answers. This is a no prep activity that is engaging, fun and kids don't realize they're learning. Learn more about how I incorporate tech in my classroom.