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    1. Hi Rose. We provide resources for children, both printable and digital. Some are free and some there is a cost.

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  1. Thank you very much for sharing these activities! My kindergarten students will love these interactive activities!

  2. Thank you SO much for creating and sharing these amazing free resources!! They will help me improve the variety of practice opportunities on Google Classroom for my K and 1st students. I’m sure the kids will love them!
    I’ll be heading over to your shop!

  3. You saved my life….this transition been really hard for me and now these google slide has been method and the students love them especially with the do animation the get excited. Thank you so much! Will you be making anymore and like with the holidays coming up???

  4. Fantastic!!! I will now be purchasing your work from TPT as well!!!
    Please send emails of any new resources. I am a teacher who is now teaching online due to covid and your resources have saved me tons of work!!! THANKYOU!!

  5. I can’t believe how generous you have been with all of these amazing resources! Thank you so very much! My kiddos love these activities.

  6. Thank you so much for these free materials I can use with Google slides for presentation but also Seesaw for student work! I am new to Seesaw this year and many activities are too high for my SPED students. Teaching from home makes it much more difficult- after more than 25 years in teaching! Your activities will make both my life & that of the students & their families in my virtual classroom!

  7. Thanks so much for the preschool appropriate activities.
    I use Google classroom and I’ll be adding these.

  8. Thank you for providing these free resources. I’m really appreciative of the time you put into doing this. I can’t wait for my students to use these activities!

  9. I’m a fourth grade teacher who found myself teaching virtual summer school to Kinders – this is really saving me right now – thank you so much!

  10. Thank you so much! You have really been a life-saver during this period of online learning! Thnk you for sharing and making such amazing resources 🙂

  11. You are so kind and generous to offer all of these for free! I love the cute clipart you used. I’m wondering if you have any plans to work on other long vowel patterns, like ea, ee, oa, ui, ue, etc… or even digraphs and diphthongs. I would PAY for those! Just a thought. Thanks so much for getting me started with these awesome files!

    1. I’m working through an endless project list, but I will add them to my list and get to them as soon as possible!

  12. I just posted the farm riddles this morning for my Grade 1s and this is the comment I got back from one of them:

    This is so cool and it’s the best work so so so SO cool!

    I just want to say a huge thank for all the really fun Google Slides activities you are passing along for free. You are making my on-line teaching so much more fun for my students!

  13. Honestly, just want to say that I want to give you ALL OF MY MONEY because you have saved my bacon thousands of times over – especially since I’m nowhere near as creative as you seem to be (or as talented), but you have done all of these wonderful things. Is there a way I can send you a paypal donation for your trouble? I know I can buy the upgraded ones, but not all of my children use the Boom Learning so it’s easier if I put the simple ones on their Google classroom accounts – but these are just great and I’m so grateful. Thanks so much. 🙂

    1. Oh my! That is SOOO sweet of you! As a business, I’m unable to accept donations, but I do hope to have an easy-download pack for the Google Slides soon that you would be able to purchase and have one central download for all the resources.

  14. Hello.

    Would it be possible to get the farm riddles on google slides? I can’t seem to figure out boom.

    Also, is there any digital activities for rhyming that will be available soon?


    1. Yes! I updated the activity to include a Google Slides version and a printable version!

      I will put rhymes on my to-do list. 🙂

  15. Thank you so much for making free Google slides accessible for teachers, they are very helpful during this pandemic.

  16. Is there any way to make these a digital resource. Like maybe turning it into a powerpoint or using google slides to make it usable online so they can edit it.

  17. Hello – I have put in my email to request some of these amazing slides, but I still have not received them yet. Just wondering how long it should take? Thank you!

  18. Thank you so much for these! You are so kind and generous to share them with us, as I know from my own experience how long it takes!

  19. I just want to say thanks a million. Your products are wonderful. I was wondering if you could make a few for place value of teen numbers and a few more subtraction. Any more cvc activities need would be loved as well. Keep up the great work. And thanks for making that’s all for free during this crazy time. You are a shining star for teachers. Thanks again! Tammy

  20. Hi! I keep click on the slides to access them, but it is giving me a blocker to enter a email/password. I have tried several times, but it is not working. I would really love to use these because they are great!!! Could you please help me??

    Thank you so much!

    1. In order to use the digital activities you need to have a Google Account (to use Google Slides) or a Seesaw account (to use Seesaw) created. Once you have an account created you will be able to sign into whichever platform you are using and access the activity.

  21. I have been clicking grab the activity here and put my email but I don’t get any email back. Please help. ty

  22. LOVE LOVE LOVE these all. Thanks for the FREE resources for us newbies to Google slides. I am using them with my ID kids and it is great. Thanks again.

  23. Thank you so much for all these great resources. I have used a few and the kiddos love it!! Thank you again!!

  24. Thank you so much! These activities are amazing. I can’t wait to start using them with my students! I really appreciate you making them all free!

  25. Thank you so much for these resources. It makes distant learning great. Thanks for just giving them away. You truly are a blessing.

  26. I am so thankful that another teacher connected me to your site. Learning to do all of this online is quite a challenge. You have made some wonderful things!

    Thank you so much

  27. Thank you so much for all of the wonderful ideas you have shared. Your sight is my favorite! I have gotten so many excellent easy to implement ideas. I am already planning for next year!! I am eager to check my inbox every morning for a little ray of sunshine from you.

  28. Thank you so much for these resources!! They have really given my kiddos a jump start on their distance learning, I was making slides it of course it is time consuming so now we have a good amount while I continue to create as well. Thank you!

  29. THANK YOU so much!!! These are are exactly what I was wanting for my PreK kiddos but couldn’t get it figured out how to make them. I have got the emails and have started to add the activities to SeeSaw but several of them won’t save to my library.

    Has anyone else mentioned they are having this problem? I read several replies but they were from a week or two ago.

    1. The problem with saving on Seesaw is on the Seesaw end. Something in their program is causing the issues. And the best I can recommend is closing all your Seesaw tabs and trying again. Some others have said that they have had success saving it using the phone or tablet app.

  30. You are a Godsend! I am in Australia (WA) and have spent hours upon hours making activities for SeeSaw with this new online learning. If I have to go back to teaching a normal class as well as teach those who choose to stay home online (the government has left it up to the parents to decide), I just won’t have the time to keep making activities. So thank you, thank you, thank you! I can’t wait to introduce these adorable activities on SeeSaw!

  31. My slides are not opening in “edit” mode. They are opening in “present” mode even after I make a copy of them. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance. These slides are AMAZING! I appreciate you sharing them with us!

    1. When the activity is opened in the web browser it is showing you a preview of the activity. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way and it will open in “edit” mode. For some visuals and more detailed instructions check out our Google Slides Tutorials found on our Digital Resources page!

  32. Kim,
    Thank you so much! During this time of remote teaching, and myself not knowing how to create these types of activities, I really appreciate you sharing!

  33. I am in love with everything you do!!! Thanks for all the free printables and google slides!!
    Everything is amazing and very helpful during this quarentine and long distance education.
    Wish you well from Monterrey Mexico.
    God bless you!!!

  34. Thank you so much for the wonderful google slide activities. These are a great addition to our google classroom. You are so kind and generous to share your resources! Thanks again!

  35. Thank you so much for your generosity.
    The activities you are creating and sharing are wonderful. They are helping to make remote teaching easier for teachers and more enjoyable for students.

  36. These look awesome! Thank you for sharing. I downloaded them into my Seesaw Activities, but can’t figure out how to get the pieces to move. I tried clicking where the little hand icon says point her to make them interactive, but it didn’t work.

    1. In the Teacher View you will only be able to view the activity. Once you assign the activity to your students they will receive a copy that they can interact with. To do this they will just click or tap on the “T” and then they will be able to move the interactive pieces of the activity.

  37. Thank you so so much for creating and share these resources!!! Truly amazing tools to use with students.. thank you thank you thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  38. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
    These are amazing resources for digital learning and really help to promote engagement! They’re so cute, too!

  39. Thank you for all your time and effort into making these great activities we can use with our Preschool kiddos! 🙂

  40. Hi,
    I love all the activities you have created and how you have made them SeeSaw friendly.
    I was wondering have you made your ABC cover up activity SeeSaw friendly. I downloaded it a couple weeks ago before you were making them SeeSaw friendly.
    If so could I get the SeeSaw activity.

    Thank you!
    Again you are awesome for making all these activities.

    Forever greatful!

    Lora Miller
    San Antonio TX

  41. Thank-you VERY much for the MANY resources you have graciously shared with us! They are fantastic! I appreciate all the time, effort, and hard work that you have put into the activities to make them engaging and educational for our little friends! Thank-you again for EVERYTHING! Stay healthy and safe! 🙂

  42. I just wanted to double check if there was a way to reset the pages other than manually going in and putting the stars or pieces back to the side.

    I love these google docs that you have made. I just want to be knowledgable about them because I know my parents will ask.


    1. A copy would need to be made before starting the activity because Google Docs automatically save and there is no way to revert back to the start.

  43. These slides are wonderful! I made a copy and saved one for each of my students, but I’m unable to get it too switch from present to edit mode. I clicked on “present” in the top right corner and that didn’t work. I also tried clicking the escape button. Any suggestions? I’d really like to be able to use these with my students. Thanks so much!

    1. When you go to share the activity make sure you have the permission set to allow your students to edit the presentation.

      Also you can check out the Google Slides Tutorials on the Digital Resources page! The tutorials have detailed descriptions and pictures to help you navigate getting and sharing the Google Slides activities for your class!

  44. Thank you so much for taking the time to create these resources. They are much needed doing this time of distant learning. They are truly awesome! I opened the files and was able to move the letters around. However, I am having trouble saving the slides to the google drive or google docs. We are officially observing our Spring Break this week so I do not want to send anything to my parents until we start back up next week. So I was trying to save a copy to my drive but it’s not showing me how to save it. Every time I exit out and come back to the driveit’s gone. Any suggestions?

    1. Check out the Google Slides Tutorials on the Digital Resources page! The tutorials have detailed descriptions and pictures to help you navigate getting and sharing the Google Slides activities for your class!

  45. T-H-A-N-K Y-O-U SO MUCH!!!!! These are great!
    Is there any chance that you will be making these in ClassDojo format now that it offers activities similar to SeeSaw? I plan on trying it with Classroom, but ClassDojo is just a little easier for kids (and their parents) to navigate… THANKS AGAIN! Can’t say it enough!

    1. Can you point me to a resource that shows that Class Dojo is now doing activities directly on their platform? All I can see is that they are a platform for sharing links to activities that are not hosted on the Dojo platform.

  46. Thank you for taking the time to make these google slides! They are awesome!! The kids love them and they are easy for me to assign especially while we are learning and teaching from home! You are amazing. Thank you again for all your hard work!!

  47. I love your activities that have been for Seesaw! Do you plan to make all of the CVC and CVCe activities for Seesaw. When I click on some of them they are only google slides.

    1. As noted in the posts, all of the digital activities are available in Seesaw format, along with Google Slides in one easy download.

    1. Simply click on a link or an image and it will take you to a post about that activity. At the bottom of each post is a picture that says “Get your activity here”, click it, enter your e-mail and the activity will be sent to you.

  48. Thank you so much for creating these activities and making them accessible with See Saw. I am new to See Saw and you have made this so easy for those like me who struggle with technology. Truly appreciate your hard work to help others out. Please continue to make these available. Thanks, Pam

  49. Hello,
    I love all these interactive activities you provided. Amazing.

    I was wondering is there any way we can upload one slide at a time for the students not the whole file and it will still be interactive.

    For example, if our number of the week is 1 and I just want the slide that focuses on that number in their google account or seesaw?

    1. You can delete the slides you do not want to use off of the presentation in order to just share one at a time. Make sure you make a copy of the activity before you do this though, so you do not lose the rest of the slides!

  50. I love all of your work!
    I downloaded all of them, including the long A one.
    Do you have the other long vowels available?
    Thank you!

  51. Thank you SO MUCH! These are perfect and the fact that you posted them all for free is even more AMAZING! It was extremely kind of you to post it all for free knowing that teachers are spending a lot of money on buying digital activities or countless hours creating them. Please know that we all appreciate your kindness and generosity. 💕

  52. I can not thank you enough for these. They are phenomenal! I tried to make one interactive google slide activity and it was taking me hours. These are not only beautiful and easy to access, but they touch upon so many foundational skills my students are working on. You have been a life savior during this “new learning”. THANK YOU!

  53. Thank you, thank you, thank you! You have been a life saver for me and my students. I teach Kindergarten in a self contained classroom, so meeting all the different needs in a online format has been very challenging! I appreciate all the free Google Slides as it is a way that some of my kiddos can interact! You are appreciated more than you know!

  54. I just want to thank you so much for the wonderful free Google Slides activities! Your activities has greatly helped my virtual instruction! I love providing more interactive activities for my students instead of just watching a video of me teaching! Thank you again!!!

  55. Thank you!! Great activities and a time saver for me! My kids love the activities. Very generous of you to make them free!

  56. I am making sure about copyright. I would like to use these in my teaching partner’s and I googleclassroom that has been set up because of COVID-19. Is that ok? I use my own address to receive these wonderful free activities and would like to use them here. Thank you I will wait for your response.

    1. Yes, you can upload them to your Google Classroom to use with your current students.. You may not share them on a site that is available to the public.

  57. This may be a completely random question, but I am having problem opening the google slide in “edit” mode. Is there a way to know that I am in edit mode. When I share the document the slides are frozen, so i am assuming I am not doing the correct thing in edit mode. Also, I think this was already asked, but has anyone been able to get them to work in Seesaw.

    1. When the activity is initially opened in the web browser it is showing you a preview of the activity and you will not be able to interact with it yet. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way and it will open in “edit” mode.

      If the activity is not in “edit” mode try clicking on the picture in the top right corner of the pencil, that should switch it from “present” to “edit” .

      All of the digital activities now have a Google Slides and Seesaw option! Check out our Digital Resources page for all of our activities in both formats!

  58. I opened it, and played with it under my name, my copy. But, once they move the little cube, what happens from there? Is there a key? Someway to tell if they did it correctly?

    Thank you for these awesome resources!


    1. Most preschool through 1st grade activities can be checked over by a parent or teacher with a quick glance. The activities are not self-checking.

  59. Hi Kim,
    When I open and make a copy in Google drive, it is in view only mode. Is there a way for me to change it?

    1. When the activity is initially opened in the web browser it is showing you a preview of the activity and you will not be able to interact with it yet. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way and it will open in “edit” mode. For some visuals and more detailed instructions check out our Google Slides Tutorials found on our Digital Resources page!

    1. It appears that you can share the links through Class Dojo, but they would still need Google Drive and Google Slides to access the activities. I have never used Dojo, so you may want to refer to their support documentation for help.

  60. Thank you SO much for all your hard work and for being so generous and sharing with us. You are truly AMAZING!

    1. It’s a very lengthy and in-depth process. You would probably be best served doing a Google search for tutorials.

  61. Hi thanks for the lessons. The Google slides for kindergarten and pre-K doesn’t have a link. I would really like to use these. Please advise.

    1. Those are the pictures showing what is in the post. They are not individual activities. Each activity is listed separately.

  62. What do families need to have on their device to access, especially if they are not familiar with Google docs slides etc..

    1. In order to access the Google Slides digital activities families will need to have a Google Email Account created so that they can access Google Slides and Google Drive on the internet. If they have an iPad they will need the Google Slides and Google Drive apps downloaded.

    1. If it is opening in View mode try closing out your web browser and going to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app if you are using an iPad. You should be able to access the activity and have it be interactive that way.

  63. Hi,
    I am not getting any way to download or see the preschool google slides. Would you please send me a link?

    1. If you look under the Table of Contents on our Digital Resource Page you will find skills listed. If you click on the skill you are looking for a Digital Activity to help with it will take you images of the activities. Click on the activity you want and it will open a post where the activity can be found!

  64. Did you have to do something different to make it work to move the stars if students are using a phone?

    1. I tried several different methods and I was able to get it to work by adding the file to my Google Drive on the computer and then opening the file in Google in Google Slides. I will do some additional research to see if there is another way to get it to open correctly on a phone without adding it to Google Drive first.

  65. Is there any way you can do a tutorial on how to use google slides or if you have done so already is there a way to send me the link so I can watch?

  66. I am a kindergarten teacher. These google slides will be helpful for my students at home working online as not everyone can print right now especially when parents too are working from home.Thank you.

  67. I Love these! I need more interactive material for teaching online now. Might sound like a silly question but I can not figure out which picture is the third X picture for the Alphabet beginning sounds cover up document.

    1. X is for X-ray fish, X-ray and Xylophone (this was what was available with the clip art.) Normally if we were in school, I would substitute an “x” ending word instead, but didn’t want to confuse parents.

    1. The activities should automatically open in edit mode. There is a button in the upper right corner that says “present” and clicking that would change it into present mode and the activity will not be interactive. If, for some reason, your activity is in present mode, you should be able to press esc or click that button to return to edit mode.

    1. I would suggest refreshing the screen. Each image with an activity is clickable and the activities are listed as clickable links below the images.

    1. Simply click on the pictures to see the activities. Then enter your e-mail where it says “Get your printable here” and the activities will be sent directly to your e-mail. 🙂

  68. OMG these are awesome!!!! Thank you so much I have to do distance learning with my pre-k students and this will help keep our learning fun

    1. Simply click on the pictures to see the activities. Then enter your e-mail where it says “Get your printable here” and the activities will be sent directly to your e-mail. 🙂

    1. Simply click on the pictures to see the activities. Then enter your e-mail where it says “Get your printable here” and the activities will be sent directly to your e-mail. 🙂

    1. Simply click on the pictures to see the activities. Then enter your e-mail where it says “Get your printable here” and the activities will be sent directly to your e-mail. 🙂

  69. Thank you so much for doing these for us! I am hoping to use them. However, I have never used Google slides before so need a tutorial. You said, “make a copy for each student”. Im not understanding what to do next. Does that mean that I need to email a separate copy to each student?

    1. Yes, that is exactly what it means. Because Google Docs automatically save, if all the students use the same file, they will overwrite each others’ work. You have to create a copy for each child to prevent that.

  70. Thank you so much!! I have been trying to find activities to add to google classroom for PreK students. Question: How do I save a copy in edit mode so that kids can move the pieces around? Thanks again!

    1. The files are automatically in edit mode. The only issue would be if a child accidentally taps the “present” button and then it needs to be switched back to “edit”

  71. I’m a preschool teacher such an awesome extra tool to have especially during this Corona virus situation that we are all deal with !! Thank You
    Ms Cari

    1. Simply click on the pictures to see the activities. Then enter your e-mail where it says “Get your printable here” and the activities will be sent directly to your e-mail. 🙂

  72. Thank you soo much!! These are great and thank you for sending them out free, that is such a huge help.

  73. I just want to thank you for your simple and bright colored Google Slide activities. I am a teacher of 1st and 3rd grade autism and it is difficult to find simple easy viewing materials. It means so much to me that you have also made some of these Google Slides free. Can not thank you enough. THANK YOU!

  74. This is awesome! Thank you so much for this awesome service. I work in a title one school with Pre-K disabilities and most of my students were given a laptop and hotspot by our district but they have no printers. They will enjoy doing the activities. Google you are awesome!

    1. Lisa, It sounds like the site might have been a little overwhelmed when you visited. You should be able to refresh the screen, wait a moment for the page to load and then click on the images or links.

      1. Hey Kim, opening the page in an incognito tab solves the problem. It works for any website 🙂 -Rachel

  75. I just wanted to say thank you. This is incredibly generous of you and it’s never been needed more than it is right now. God bless you!

    1. This is such a huge sacrifice giving out these slides for free.

      I have been using them for my pupils.

      I can’t thank you enough.

      God bless you!

  76. These are things I could use with my kiddos! I am new to all of this online stuff and any help I could get I would appreciate it! I know what college class I will be taking next! 🙂

      1. Simply click on the pictures to see the activities. Then enter your e-mail where it says “Get your printable here” and the activities will be sent directly to your e-mail. 🙂

      2. Simply click on the pictures and you will be taken to the individual activities.

    1. Simply click on the pictures to see each activity and then enter your e-mail at the bottom of the posts and they will be e-mailed directly to you.

      1. I am in the process of researching Seesaw. I have never used it for anything other than pics and messages, so it’s going to take me a little longer to figure it out.

      2. Hello,
        Have you figured out how to use your great resource on Seesaw? That is all my school is using, so it would be really wonderful to add this as well. Thank you.

      3. All of the resources on this page are available in both Google Slides and Seesaw in one simple download. For ease of reading the posts only mention Google Slides, but the download contains a Seesaw version as well.

      4. Thank you so much! I appreciate that it is free! I really can’t thank you enough.You are a blessing! I love the quality and the Science was just what I needed for my Seesaw classroom.

    2. I am a reading recovery teacher. In early lessons, guide students to use sound boxes and say the word slowly. These google slides will be helpful for my students at home working online. Thank you.

      1. Thank you so much for this great idea.
        Will definitely be using these during our 21 day lockdown period in South Africa. I just tried out the alphabet slides, absolutely blown away.

        Please email me the other slides.

        Thank you so much!

      2. Kim,
        I just wanted to say thank you so very much for being awesome. I use your materials all the time and my children love them. I am so excited to see how well they do with these Google slides. Debbie

      1. Currently, I only have activities in English (along with some printables in Spanish) Because most of them are English phonics activities, I’m not certain that translating would be helpful.