Fall Digital Task Cards for Boom Learning™
Hey, y'all. Are you looking for some beginning of the year centers or activities that your students can do anywhere? Boom cards are by far one of the easiest ways to keep the learning going whether your students are with you in the classroom or are learning from home.
There's no prep (other than getting them logged in and assigning decks) and students can work anywhere they have a device--even on a parent's phone!
Letter matching cards have students matching the upper case letter from the palm tree to the lower case letter on the coconuts. This deck pairs well with a Chicka Chicka Boom Boom beginning of the year unit and this scavenger hunt.
Another center we love at the beginning of the year is our number order task cards. The digital version has the same cards, but can be worked on anywhere and, like all our Boom cards, is self-grading!
Halloween comparing numbers cards are super fun! Students drag the math symbol to the bat to show which number is bigger and which is smaller.
And the fall articles digital task cards are free! After learning when to use "a" and "an," students read the word and choose the correct article. As you can see in the picture, if students get the answer wrong, it circles it in red. When they click the correct answer, it's circled in green.
I love how Boom cards are self checking, students can complete them several times if needed in order to build mastery, and there's no paper or laminating involved.
I hope you found some new ideas for your classroom this fall. I'm always adding new resources so check back often for more great resources or follow me on TPT. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful week.