Digital Secret Picture Tile Puzzles are great mouse or trackpad practice as well as being an opportunity to practice navigating a Google Slides or PowerPoint file. This set has 10 slides of CVC word building and typing practice. There is a New Year’s theme on the secret pictures to make it engaging.
Digital Secret Picture Tiles are:
- perfect for Google Classroom, distance learning, centers, etc.
- interactive & versatile (students can play on any device – iPad, laptop, Chromebook, even smartphone)
Students practice their tech skills like navigating a program, drag and drop, and learn about layered graphics. They also type the CVC words for simple keyboard practice.
1. With the file in edit mode, students move the pieces on the right onto the grid. These are layered graphics so instruct students to drag and drop and be careful to not click twice (which would only grab part of the group). Then students type the CVC word from each line into the table.
2. Plan how you want to share the file with your students. I’m providing the Google Slides file link (on page 3) but you can also use this as a PowerPoint file. Using Google Classroom makes it really easy, but any learning management system can be used to send the file to students.
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