Saving time planning and teaching is easy when you use digital activities that keep your special ed students engaged.
Not all digital activities are created equal and that means you need to know what to look for when selecting ones to use with your students.
Two of the most important criteria to look for? They should be grade-level appropriate and they should be engaging.
When I found that finding resources that covered both criteria was difficult, I decided to create grade-level bundles that my students would love, and that would make my planning time a lot easier.
Grade-Level Digital Activities for the Win
There are plenty of digital activities out there, but not all of them are standards-aligned. The grade-level digital activities that I created are aligned to the Common Core Standards and can be used on any device that has access to Google Slides.
That means your students can practice the skills they need to learn at home or at school.
All of the bundles include:
- grade-level activities
- over 120 digital activities
- ELA activities
- math activities
Examples of the Digital Activities
The digital activities include everything from language arts to math to provide a comprehensive set of activities that are common core aligned. That means it’s easy to assign them to students and plan your lessons.
But what do the digital activities consist of? Let’s take a look!
Some of the Pre-K activities include:
- Matching colors
- Identifying colors
- Labeling colors
- Identifying body parts
- Counting objects
- Completing puzzles
- Counting words
- Drawing pictures
- Identifying feelings
- Identifying animals
- Identifying letters
- Identifying numbers
- Distinguishing between letters and numbers
- 2D Shapes
- Identifying weather
- Writing numbers and letters
- and more!
Some of the kindergarten digital activities include:
- Counting to 100 by ones and tens
- Comparing numbers
- Asking and answering questions about text
- Retelling stories
- Identifying text structures
- Recognizing different genres of books
- Applying measurement
- Comparing two objects
- and more!
Some of the first-grade activities include:
- Solving word problems
- Ask and answer questions about a text
- Identify and describe text structures
- Compare and contrast two texts
- Read poetry
- Distinguish vowel sounds
- Read grade-level text
- Write grade-level texts
- Write narratives, opinion pieces, informative texts, etc.
- and more!
Some of the second-grade activities include:
- Identifying words that belong in a sentence
- Writing questions before reading and answering them after reading
- Find and identify text structures
- Solve word problems
- Complete number sentences
- Build 3-digit numbers using base ten blocks
- and so much more!
What Others Are Saying About the Grade-Level Digital Bundles
We think it’s always a good idea to see how others are using activities in the classroom or at home. Here are some of the things that other teachers are saying about the Standards-Aligned Digital Activity Bundles.
“Extremely satisfied. This was used primarily for students with learning difficulties, on the autism spectrum, with mild to severe disabilities, and that are emerging bilinguals/ ELs/ ESOLs/ ENLs.”
“I like how big these power points are. I was able to break them up and use them for several days with my students. Breaking the helped them not to become overwhelmed and made it easy for me to assign different slides several days in a row.”
“My students loved using this resource! It is great independence practice for our center rotations. The students have gained confidence while using this! Thank you!”
Finding the right digital activities for your grade level can be challenging, but these standards-aligned Google Slides activities make that easier. Keep your students engaged and your lesson planning easy by trying one of the bundles above this school year!