Techie Homeschool Mom has done it again with these great ideas for digital learning! I really want my kids to learn how to use the amazing technical tools and websites out there, but don’t have time to learn them all myself to teach them. I don’t even know about all the great ones there are! No matter whether you are tech-competent, curious, or clueless, you’ll love Beth Napoli’s new course – Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Digital Student Projects.
Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Digital Student Projects
When I showed it to my 9-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son, they were hooked. They are LOVING this new online course.
The Guide to Digital Student Projects includes step-by-step video tutorials for creating projects that fit with any lesson plan, like online crossword puzzles, vocabulary word clouds, interactive timelines, and more.
The first tool they learned to use was Canva. Here are some of the graphics they created.
What will your kids learn to do?
What online tools will they learn to use?
- Heads Up
- Google Slides
Imagine how many “cool mom” points you’ll earn when you tell your kids they need to make a quiz game app to share what they’ve learned! We’ve decided to use it for the vocabulary words with our grammar curriculum called Grammar Galaxy.
Take your homeschool up a notch by adding some digital projects to your lesson plans.