I love Google Slides™ for a few reasons: they’re free, easily accessible, and easily customizable for most teachers. During distance learning, I have learned so much about Google Slides™; how I can use them for distance learning, and how my students can use them independently. They have really changed the way my distance learning curriculum has gone, and I’ll never look back.
I have worked on a few Google Slides™ bundles:
- Back-to-School Digital bundle where you can find a digital calendar, Zoom expectations, digital rewards classroom management, and more
- Digital Literacy Bundle where you can find letter formation slides, letter sound slides, a digital version of my Personal Word wall, and literacy centers
- Digital Literacy Centers Bundle where you can find a matching set of adorable crayon-themed centers for essential skills: sight words, CVC words, letter matching, letter sounds, rhyming words, beginning sounds, middle sounds, and ending sounds
And if you haven’t seen how Google Slides™ can work for your kindergarten classroom (or kindergarten student at home), I encourage you to do so! Most of these slides have audio, and when played in Present mode, the audio plays automatically! The below link will take you to a full freebie of one of my new crayon literacy centers.