Digital Breakouts, Digital Escape Rooms, Remote Learning

3 Fun-Filled Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Virtually ☘️

It’s time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! ☘️

For many, this may mean you have to find creative ways to share the holiday with your students virtually. Check out these fun-filled ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day virtually!

In this fun and engaging St. Patrick’s Day digital breakout virtual escape room for First Grade, students will need to catch Patty before his next trick.

Patty is a leprechaun and a prankster! Highly intelligent and quick-witted, he has never been caught. But, according to Irish lore, if you are lucky enough to catch a leprechaun, he must give you his pot full of gold. Try to catch Patty before his next prank!

Students will have so much fun trying to catch Patty!

I also created a Google From Digital Breakout for St. Patrick’s Day for Grades 1-5! Go check them out!!

Another fun-filled digital activity that is easy to share virtually with your students is this Google Slides Digital Breakout, Patty to the Rescue.

Digital Breakout Escape Room St. Patrick's Day Grades 3-5

A St. Patrick’s Day digital breakout for grades 3-5. Your teacher gave you four riddles to solve, but you are not having any luck. Lucky for you, Patty is here to help. Solve each clue to unlock the locks.

Digital Breakout Escape Room – St. Patrick’s Day – Grades 3-5

Early finishers? Have them complete this digital mystery hundreds chart – Digital Hundreds Chart Mystery Picture – St. Patrick’s Day

Digital Hundreds Chart St. Patrick's Day
Digital Hundreds Chart Mystery Picture – St. Patrick’s Day

I hope these activities will bring lots of enjoyment to your students! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Want to explore additional digital activities for the classroom? Check out my TpT store; Shen Valley Vegan Teacher. Would you like to learn more about digital breakouts? In this post I share how I create 3 Different Types of Digital Breakouts to meet a variety of students needs.

Be sure to follow my tpt store to get the latest and greatest resources for your classroom!

Happy Teaching!

Tonya

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Distance Learning, home learning, Kids at Play, Remote Learning

FUN Remote Learning Activities!

As I sit here, surrounded by my wandering thoughts of the unknown, I find that sticking to a routine will be the only way that I will be able to keep myself from going crazy!

Routine – an action that is regularly followed

Routine images

As a human race, we strive in an environment of structure and routine. Without a routine, our everyday functioning would slow down.

Point – WE NEED ROUTINE!

It feels like a snow day, but not really. There is this feeling in the pit of my stomach that the world will never be the same again. That things will change; for the good or bad, I have no idea. Do you have this feeling too?

The situation is fluid. From one hour to the next, you really have no idea what is going to happen.

For many of us, the closing of schools for an extended length of time leaves us with a feeling of uncertainty, anxiety, and a great deal of stress.

So many questions. So few answers.

There are things we can do to prepare. Our health and well-being and the health and well-being of our families are our top priority. We have seen and heard the news, and we know what we need to do to ensure the health and well-being of our families, friends, and our community.

Many families are at home, wondering what they are going to do with their day. Establishing a routine at this point is critical. Set a routine for each family member and for the most part, stick with it!

Ensuring that you have plenty of learning activities and or ideas on hand is important too. You don’t want to hear those dreaded words, “I’m bored!”

As the old saying goes, “An idle mind is dangerous!”

Learning activity –  any activity designed or deployed to bring about, or create the conditions for learning

Take a look at this home learning shopping list. You probably already have many of these items. If not, use what you have on hand. Pretty much anything can be used!

Each day, for the next two weeks, challenge your family members to use the items in a creative way. Maybe to solve a problem or to entertain. The sky’s the limit!

Be sure to provide lots of positive reinforcement! And let them make a mess, as long as they clean up.

Make sure to take time to discuss each project asking questions and clarification. You will be amazed at the amount of learning that is taking place by letting each family member drive their own learning.

I would LOVE to hear or see some of the projects that your families produce! Send me an email or leave a comment and let me know how it’s going! Stay healthy and stay well, my thought and prayers are with you and your families!

I have create an 8 Week FREE Remote Learning Choice Board. Enjoy! Be sure to leave a review!

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