I really enjoy incorporating Brain Breaks into my classroom as a chance to include purposeful silliness (yes, it's a thing!) and just shake our minds and bodies loose from what we've been focusing on! ... Read More about Socially Distanced Brain Breaks
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If you know me, you know that ¡Corre en Círculos! is one of my all time favorite activities. I use it at least once a chapter, if not more! With the switch to distance learning this spring, I knew I ... Read More about ¡Corre en Círculos! for Distance Learning or Hybrid Schedule
Boom Cards are digital task cards that I discovered when I had to quickly transition from in-person classes to remote learning. Boom Cards have several advantages over traditional paper task cards or ... Read More about Using Boom Cards for Guiding Your Instruction
Boom Cards from Boom Learning are an excellent tool for teaching a world language! Students can practice with text, vocabulary, and images in a digital flash card format. You can also use decks from ... Read More about How to Customize Decks on Boom Learning
Gallery Walks are one of my favorite activities to use in my classroom. They give students an opportunity to get a lot of input with short readings, compare cultural practices, gather information, and ... Read More about 5 Ways to Do a Digital Gallery Walk
Are you looking for an interactive whiteboard for your students to use during distance learning? What about a way to do puzzles or draw? Play games? Work together or individually? Let me explain, ... Read More about What is Jamboard?