If you’ve been wondering how to create Boom Cards, I think you’ll like this post! You know I love Boom Cards for language learning and a bit ago I shared a slower tutorial of some of my favorite things you can do with Boom Cards and how to create them with a slow walk through with my email subscribers (you can catch the replay in the resource library!).
Curious about Boom Cards? Check out my other posts on them here!
- What are Boom Cards?
- 10 Reasons to try Boom Cards in Language Class
- What can you do with Boom Cards?
- Google Classroom + Boom Cards
- How to Customize a Boom Card deck
- Using Boom Cards for Guiding Your Instruction
- Comparing Boom Cards to other sites
- How to Print Boom Cards
How to Create Boom Cards
Today I’m sharing a time lapse of myself creating a set from start to finish. I did speed it up quite a bit so you weren’t in front of your screen for longer than necessary, but I just wanted to share what the process looks like for me, in case it helps you as you’re making any sets for your own class! If you want to, you can always use the settings on YouTube (the little gear in the bottom right) to slow it down.
Some Things to Remember:
The Boom Learning YouTube channel is a great place to learn more about how to create Boom Cards in case you’re looking for a more in-depth option. If you’d like to see my slower tutorial rather than the time lapse, you can catch the replay in the resource library! (The password is at the bottom of every email I send!)
You can check out all of my blog posts here for more tutorials and ideas of what you can do with these cards.
If you love ‘em but would rather have them just done for you, check out all of my sets here!