DIGITAL ELEMENTARY BELL RINGERS GOOGLE | DISTANCE LEARNING
Start your day with these engaging digital daily morning work / bell ringer routines! This comprehensive FULL YEAR digital resource includes everything you need to start each day off with an engaging interactive activity to get your students' brains ready for the day! All you have to do is choose the day of the week for each bell ringer, and all you need to do is share a link!
Please Note: The video journals in this resources require the use of YouTube.
This is a Google resource and students complete all the work on the computer. This works well with distance learning, 1:1 classrooms, remote teaching, Google Classroom, or online education.
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WEEKLY STUDENT SLIDES
Each of the 40 weeks has a link that includes a Google Slides file with each of the slides organized by day as well as a weekly student slide. Share the weekly slide link on Monday, and students use it to complete the bell ringers for that week!
MONDAY: GRAMMAR OF THE WEEK
Start the week off by introducing an interesting paragraph and having students edit grammar, spelling, and punctuation directly on their device! Some of the paragraphs are fiction, while others are non-fiction. Students will not only improve their writing skills, but they will also learn a great deal from the information in the paragraphs. Answer slides are included for you to review with students.
TUESDAY: BRAINSTORM OF THE WEEK
Use the next day to improve your students' idea development, creative thinking, and problem-solving skills with some friendly competition!
Start your day by having students complete the brainstorm of the week by coming up with words that relate to an interesting topic for 3 minutes.
You can use this independently or make this a friendly competition between groups! Have students volunteer to share their answers. If another group has the same answer, all the groups have to cross it out. Give one point for answers that no other team has! This will encourage your students to think outside the box and come up with more creative answers!
You will be so surprised by how creative your students get after doing this activity for a few weeks. They will push themselves to start to think of answers that no one else will think of, so they can't get more points for their team!
WEDNESDAY: QUOTE OF THE WEEK
On the next day you can introduce one of the 40 inspirational quotes to your students! You can discuss the quote as a class and your students can respond to the quote with ready-made digital slides!
THURSDAY: VIDEO JOURNAL OF THE WEEK
On the following day, get your students' attention with these 40 engaging video writing prompts. The videos and prompts are modern and relevant to the 21st Century student. Students watch a short video clip (under 5 minutes in length) and respond to the provided prompt in writing on the response slide. The videos will really make your students think. Youtube is required.
End the week off with reviewing the week's work, silent reading, or any other review you have to complete in class.
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