The Wild Robot interactive Digital Scoot™ for Google Classroom game for the novel The Wild Robot by Peter Brown features surveys, picture graphs, short response, pie charts, and more. Students scoot from device to device and answer with text, images, and/or a story themed Emoji. Digital Scoot™ for Google Slides games integrate technology AND movement for a whole class experience.
My Google Digital Scoot games for novels WORK ON ANY DEVICE with Google Slides: Chromebooks, iPads, computers, and laptops!
I created this Digital Scoot game to celebrate the story The Wild Robot after reading it aloud to my students. It’s a fun way to learn students’ favorite parts, characters, and overall feelings about the story. Plus it opens up the discussion about the novel.
How it works:
Instead of a paper task card, students set up a template on Google Slides then scoot from computer to computer responding to survey and opinion questions about the book with text, images, and/or Emojis. My detailed visual directions make it easy for all ages & teachers of all technology levels.
Packet & digital Google Slideshow includes everything you & your students need to use Google independently to play the game:
★ Digital Scoot templates to use after reading the novel The Wild Robot- 30 different questions for students to complete (available digitally with included link).
★ Teacher & student directions for setting up, downloading and sharing Google Slides with students using either Google Drive™ online storage service or Google Classroom.
★ 30 Color & Blackline numbers to print and hand out prior to the game so students know where to “Scoot.”
★ Student visual directions to the game and story themed Emojis are available RIGHT in the slides for quick access. To add more Emojis, students can also use the iPad Emoij Keyboard or the website EmojiOne for Chromebooks and PCs.
You and your students will need Google Drive accounts either individual or a shared account. You will also need access to a computer, laptop, iPad or Chromebook for each student playing.This resource works great with Google Classroom!
Since my products all utilize free web and app resources, there may be rare times that the technology does not work as planned, which may be out of my control. Please be sure to message me in the Q&A section so I can assist you before leaving feedback. I use all of the apps that I base my packets on frequently and will update products as the apps themselves update.
Emojis provided by EmojiOne used with permission.
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