Kindergarten digital games to practice math and ELA skills. These digital games are preloaded to Seesaw and Google Slides with 1-click links!
Kindergarten Digital Games
4 in a row! With these kindergarten digital games, your students will be practicing math and ELA skills all while trying to get 4 in a row. Your kinders will love these partner games that can be played in Seesaw or Google Slides. Plus, you will love how easy they are to assign. I’ve preloaded each game into Seesaw and Google Slides. With1-click links, you can easily add each game to your Seesaw library or Google Classroom! That was EASY!
With 31 math and ELA games, your students will have fun with this resource all year long!
From lowercase letters to beginning and ending sounds, and on to blends, digraphs, and vowels your students can practice a variety of literacy skills throughout the year.
In math, students review 2D and 3D shapes, counting, addition, subtraction, and more!
Each game has an embedded dice so no extra manipulatives are needed. There are also directions videos in both Seesaw and Google Slides to make this activity simple for students to complete without teacher support.
In Google Slides, I’ve added an additional slide that includes the directions video. It’s always right there for students, making it simple and stress-free for you!
The digital activities are great for centers and can be used for distance learning or classroom use. I’m not sure about you but I am loving the fact that there is no printing or lamination needed. WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH YOUR WEEKENDS NOW?
How to assign these games to 2 students (so they can each play on their own digital device)
There is even a way to assign the activities to 2 students and have them play on separate devices!! This is great if kiddos are in the same classroom but need to not share a device. This could also work in a break-out room so that students on Zoom could play each other. So you may be wondering, how do I do that? Here’s how:
First, after you add the activity to your Google Slides library, you will want to “make a copy” and rename it for the 2 partners you will be assigning it to.
Then, you would want to create an assignment for just those 2 students in Google Classroom. You would click share and copy that link to paste into the specific Google Classroom assignment.
I promised a FREE sample, so the wait is over! You can check out the activity in Seesaw and Google Slides. Click which one works best for you!
Or, purchase the entire bundle for just $12!!