Bitmoji Virtual School | with a Video Tutorial

I spent my whole summer reading and watching Bitmoji Classroom tutorials and articles and finally when we reopened the school, I said why don’t we welcome our kids and parents back with a virtual welcome back to school message: Bitmoji Virtual School So what I have done was totally insane! I collected everyone’s bitmoji avatars […]

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Escape the Classroom Game Pack Freebie no.10 | Welcome Back to School

So… Are you ready to start the year ONLINE? Ok, don’t get demotivated… We already know what to do, because we have been there and had it when we weren’t even ready. And now we know. We also know that it is very important to design interactive online lessons as kids get easily distracted or […]

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Digital Escape Room Game Pack Freebie no.9

Actually we have finished our course book Richmond Publishing’s Thumbs Up 3 and I’ve shared all our Digital Escape Room games; but I’ve decided to prepare a summer revision game for my students. The course book’s teacher pack has very well designed Practice Booklet Tests: These tests cover all units’ main topics and you can […]

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Mini Book Time with Miss Islah | YouTube video #5

Actually we have finish our course book English Play Box 3 with Luisha’s Vehicles story; but I’ve decided to read more stories for my students to watch during their summer holiday. Plus, I’m planning to record some flashcard game videos to have some vocabulary revision. I think after this story I’ll be sharing my first […]

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Reading Comprehension Game: Digital Escape Room #8

This is our second Digital Escape Room game we have played online and we used it as an interactive reading comprehension exercise. If this is your first time in my blog, you may want to have a look at my first Digital Escape the Classroom Game Pack Freebie post where I also explain “What is an educational […]

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20 Interactive Activity Ideas for Online Lessons

It has been always hard to maintain focused young learners in the classroom. And during online lessons it’s just getting harder. Sometimes we need breaks, maybe my interactive activity ideas can help you on your online lessons. BTW I have shared some lesson plans and ideas about “Teaching 4 – 6 year old students online” […]

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