3 Halloween themed Keyboard shortcuts “games” that can be completed on any device. There are 12 keyboard shortcuts included and these 12 are repeated throughout the 3 games. This gives students an opportunity to master them. There is a 1 page poster included for you to use to introduce the keyboard shortcuts if your students are new to them.
- Shortcuts Poster
- Teacher prep guide
- Links to 3 Google Slides Presentations
1. Grab each link on page 4 of the PDF. You can always come back here to get them again if needed. There is nothing to change to share the links with students.
2. Instruct students to click on their answers. The activity is designed to give immediate feedback by moving if the answer is correct and staying stuck or going back if the answer is incorrect. Students keep going until they have completed the activity.
CLICK HERE TO TRY ONE FOR FREE to see if this activity type will work for you and your students.
Google Slides Games are:
- perfect for Google Classroom, distance learning, centers, etc.
- highly accessible – students can play it on any device with Internet – iPad, laptop, Chromebook, even smartphone!
DO STUDENTS NEED A GOOGLE ACCOUNT TO PLAY?
No, only a device with Internet.
HOW DO STUDENTS PLAY?
Share the Google Slides presentation link and off students go. No account needed!
CAN STUDENTS DRAG ITEMS AROUND IN THIS GAME FORMAT?
No, the games are in “presentation” mode, so students tap their way through questions.
WOULD THESE WORK FOR DISTANCE LEARNING?
Absolutely. With the Google Slides format, you will have a presentation link to send to students via your LMS – email, Remind, SeeSaw, ClassDojo, Google Classroom, Schoology, Teams, etc.
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