It's been a long week . . . no, make that a long couple of weeks, and the month of August is almost over. It's time to relax a bit, so we've come up with 2 fun ideas.
First: (drum roll please . . .)
Create a Bitmoji Classroom for your students!
Here's a video on how to do this from the inventor of the Bitmoji craze:
and a blog post with lots of information.
You will do this in Google Slides and add images (search for transparent PNG files) and links. When searching for Bitmojis that will work in your classroom, use the term POSE. We'll be glad to help if needed. There are TONS of examples online, just do a search for "bitmoji classroom."
Want to engage your students? Have them create a Bitmoji scene with links to information about what they are learning.
Turn in your Bitmoji Classroom for the chance to win a PRIZE!
I'm sure you've heard of Flat Stanley, an activity that is done in many elementary classrooms. As a fun project, have your students (you can do this too) take photos (could be on campus or of what they did on Labor Day, or their trip to Walmart) and put them into a Google Slides journal (you can change the "paper" size by going to FILE>PAGE SETUP) and add a Bitmoji into the scene and telling about what they were doing.