Looking for Digital Teaching Resources?

Teaching in this uncertain time can be very hard and frustrating. Trying to find a balance between materials that are engaging and academic is a challenge that we are all facing in this world of virtual classrooms and too many cups of coffee to count.

I wanted to share a wonderful digital resource with you that I am hoping will help on your educational journey at home.

Have you heard of Boom Cards? Boom cards have so many benefits for online teaching!

Boom Cards a re digital task cards that require no paper, no marking and are a hands on way for students to practice essential skills. Here are some of the best parts about boom Cards!
Keep reading to grab the awesome freebie!


  • Once you assign them, that’s it! Your students can complete the digital task cards on their own!

2.) They give you reports about how your students do so you don’t have to mark anything!

3.) You can differentiate your assignments by assigning decks of cards to students that need to practice certain skills!

4.) They have TONS of free games on the Boomlearning.com website for you to check out! Click here to see all the freebies!

5.) KIDS LOVE THEM! This is the easiest way I have found to assess my students through distance learning!

Benefits of  Using Boom Cards:

– No Prep

– Engaging

– Student directed

– Self Correcting

– Students set the pace for completion (do not time out)

– Teachers have access to student reports

– Assign decks to students based on their needs

Which Platforms can play Boom Cards?

– Interactive whiteboards

– Most modern browsers

– Android

– iPads

– iPhones

– Kindle Fires

Boom Learning is truly an awesome website with something for everyone.

Click on the MULTIPLICATION boom cards below to try out a free game!

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  • Thanks-a-mundo for the blog post. Thanks Again. Really Great. Luisa Waylen Ocker

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