In last week’s blog post, I shared with you some Google Forms tips and tricks. The self-grading feature of Google Forms makes them perfect for assessments. What they do lack is interactive features. That’s where Google Slides come in handy.
Google Slides can be used to create interactive Google activities. This is where students work in editing mode to complete sorting or matching activities. They may use the line or shape tool to answer questions.
Grading Google Slides can be very time consuming if you have a large number of students. I would recommend using Google Forms for your assessments. However, Google Slides are very engaging and are great practice activities during math centers.
Below are are a few video tutorials that show you how to get started, how to create the assignments, and how to use the comment bank to save time when grading.
Creating a Weekly Agenda on Google Slides
- teacher: daily welcome message
- students: weekly to-do list for groups
Creating a Google Slides Assignment Using Google Classroom
- make sure you select ‘make a copy for each student’
Using the Comment Bank to Save you Time When Grading Google Slides
- adding comments
- using the comment bank to save time
Where Can I find Google Slides for Elementary Math?
If you’re interested in trying out Google Slides I have some free samples available for you! Click the links below to download a free copy!
- 5th Grade FREE Google Slides Sample
- 4th Grade FREE Google Slides Sample
- 3rd Grade FREE Google Slides Sample
Save time by purchasing the complete bundles! These interactive Google Slides cover all 3rd-5th math standards. Simply add to a computer center for independent practice!
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