⭐This Awesome 80s theme activity is perfect for your French second language students to learn about days of the week in French. This game focuses on reading and writing skills.
⭐How does the game work?
After you assign the game to your students , they will work through the game at their own pace. They will use “present” mode to play.
There are 20 self-checking questions.
⭐This Awesome Digital Google Slides Hunt / Game is:
- perfect for Google Classroom, distance learning, centers, etc.
- comes in Google Slides so you can edit it with either platform
- highly accessible – students can play it on any device with Internet – iPad, laptop, Chromebook, even smartphone
⭐ After downloading, the PDF will contain a link to the Google Slides™ presentation. Once, you have opened your copy, you can adjust the slides in the order that you would like and remove any pages that you don’t need. You can also add your own questions!
☝WHAT DO I NEED TO EDIT THIS GAME?
A free Google Drive Account
☝DO STUDENTS NEED A GOOGLE ACCOUNT TO PLAY?
No, only a device with Internet.
☝CAN STUDENTS DRAG ITEMS AROUND IN THIS GAME FORMAT?
No, the games are in “presentation” mode, so students tap their way through questions. Moving objects is not possible (see video preview).
☝WOULD THESE WORK FOR DISTANCE LEARNING?
Absolutely. With the Google Slides format, you will create a presentation link to send to students however you like – email, Remind, SeeSaw, ClassDojo.
☝I’M A PARENT. CAN I USE THESE?
Yes. All you and your children need are a Google account and Internet to customize these games.
☝DO I NEED GOOGLE CLASSROOM?
No, just a Google account.
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