Upgrade your classroom experience with our NO PREP digital writing activities designed for Google Slides, Seesaw, and PowerPoint. Whether you have one device or a whole set of iPads, Chromebooks, or desktops, this versatile resource is perfect for year-round use! It offers a PowerPoint version (compatible with Keynote), a Google Slides version, and a preloaded Seesaw version, complete with easily movable word card pieces.
This set of comprehensive digital writing activities provides an immersive learning experience, focusing on essential skills that empower students to enhance their writing abilities. Through engaging exercises, students will develop sentence-building proficiency using sight words (Dolch preprimer-3rd grade) and picture word cards. Additionally, they will explore the intricacies of compound words, learn to distinguish facts from opinions, expand their vocabulary by identifying nouns, verbs, and adjectives, understand the concept of plural nouns, master the usage of prepositions, delve into contractions, and expand their language skills through synonyms and antonyms.
This resource includes digital writing activities that focus on the following skills:
By seamlessly integrating technology into your classroom, you bid farewell to the tedious tasks of printing, cutting, laminating, and searching for missing pieces. With our all-digital activities, you can effortlessly incorporate them into whole group instruction, small group work, homework assignments, or as engaging center activities.
We want to clarify that while this resource is not an app, it doesn’t compromise on quality. Although it doesn’t include sound or a “click to see if the answer is right” option for students, it provides a dynamic learning experience that captivates students and fosters their writing skills.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to revolutionize your classroom with these interactive digital writing activities for Google Slides, Seesaw, and PowerPoint. Upgrade your teaching approach and equip your students with the skills they need to succeed in the digital age.