I am excited about how Google Slides™, Seesaw, and Boom cards are student-friendly and are so flexible to make different activities interactive. I know many teachers use my song “¿Cuántas manzanas hay?, especially around the fall season. Last year I created some printable resources to go along with this song, and I realized that some of you might not be able to use them due to our current situation, but no problem! I have you covered! I created a freebie using these three platforms and I hope you and your students enjoy them!

If you need to learn how to use Seesaw, I suggest you visit their website where you will be able to find tutorials.


Get your boom cards HERE!

Stop by Mrs. Cabello’s Spanish Class to learn how to assign free Boom Cards to your students!


Download your slides HERE!

Last, but not least, Google Slides™ are always great to use, especially if you decide to do this activity as a whole group. I find it hard to assign activities through Google Slides™ because they are not friendly for students in second grade and younger.

I hope you have a lot of fun trying all the activities on these three platforms. Don’t forget to let me know how it goes!

¡Abrazos virtuales!

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