Interactive Digital Math Activities for Distance Learning

I want to do my part to support your efforts in finding ways to send interactive math activities to your students from afar. So I have been building a library of Google math activities, which are all updates to existing printable math activities.    In this post I show what the updated partner scavenger hunts look like on Google Slides and solve 'n check! math tasks look like on Google Forms.

I want to do my part to support your efforts in finding ways to send interactive math activities to your students from afar. So I have been building a library of Google math activities, which are all updates to existing printable math activities.

In this post I show what the updated partner scavenger hunts look like on Google Slides and solve 'n check! math tasks look like on Google Forms. I also link to my store's new GOOGLE math section.

I want to do my part to support your efforts in finding ways to send interactive digital math activities to your students from afar. So I took the last few days or so to update every one of my partner scavenger math activities to Google Slides. Now every Partner Scavenger Hunt math activity has both a paper version and a digital online version for distance learning.

1: Math Partner Scavenger Hunts on Google Slides


This is what the Google Slides version of a digital partner scavenger hunt looks like with the update. 


The printable versions are still in all of the files, and links have been added to the files for the online versions. Now all of my partner scavenger hunt math activities include links to interactive Google Slides versions.


How the new Google Slides versions work:



But wait, what IS a partner scavenger hunt?

Partner Scavenger Hunts were designed for pairs of students to work together but they can also be used as independent work. The nice thing about the activities is that they are self-checking either way.

Both partners place their start slips at 1 o'clock. They then solve their unique problems on that slip. Problems are different but answers are the same, encouraging lots of math conversations especially when their answers differ!

Once students arrive at a solution, they then place the slip with this solution on it into the next blank space and solve its problem.

The activity continues like this until all slips are placed. If all problems were solved correctly, the answer on the start slip will match the problem that was placed on the slip placed at 11 o'clock. Here is a video explaining how partner scavenger hunts work:


You can see all of my Partner Scavenger hunts here:

PARTNER SCAVENGER HUNT MATH ACTIVITIES

(*If you already own any of these activities, please re-download to find the new Google Slides links.)



2: Solve 'n Check! Math Tasks on Google Forms


Every one of my Solve 'n Check math tasks is now also on Google Forms. The original files were updated with the new links so you'll still have the printable paper versions along with the new Google Forms.

I want to do my part to support your efforts in finding ways to send interactive math activities to your students from afar. So I have been building a library of Google math activities, which are all updates to existing printable math activities.    In this post I show what the updated partner scavenger hunts look like on Google Slides and solve 'n check! math tasks look like on Google Forms.

The added links inside will bring you to a Google Form that you can edit, although is good to go as is. When you are ready, click "SEND" in the top right corner to send the Form to students to complete the cards activity. You do not have to have a Google Classroom for this; you can send the Form to students via email. Above is what the form looks like from the teacher side. Below is what the form looks like to students.

I want to do my part to support your efforts in finding ways to send interactive math activities to your students from afar. So I have been building a library of Google math activities, which are all updates to existing printable math activities.    In this post I show what the updated partner scavenger hunts look like on Google Slides and solve 'n check! math tasks look like on Google Forms.

When you send the Form to students to complete their activity, they will first see this screen reminding them how solve 'n check cards work and to grab some  scrap paper and a pencil. They'll enter their name on the bottom and push "Next".

I want to do my part to support your efforts in finding ways to send interactive math activities to your students from afar. So I have been building a library of Google math activities, which are all updates to existing printable math activities.    In this post I show what the updated partner scavenger hunts look like on Google Slides and solve 'n check! math tasks look like on Google Forms.

What is a solve 'n check math task?

These cards are self-checking, even with the printable version. Students solve both equations on the card then check their answers with the check equation in the bottom right corner.

There are 20 cards in each solve 'n check activity. I also linked with the update a shorter activity of just the first 10 cards if you'd rather send that one to students. Students do their work on scrap paper and enter their answers in the two spaces provided.

At the end of the activity when students submit their answers, you can see them by toggling to the "Responses" tab on your form. You can see all of my updated Solve 'n Check math tasks here:



3: More digital math activities


I have really expanded the Google math section of my store in the last couple weeks. You can see all of my new digital math activities in my growing Google section here:

SEE ALL GOOGLE MATH ACTIVITIES


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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sending this resource. I am working on building my online instruction and my 5th graders love it when I throw something different at them!

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