If you’re teaching online, or your students suddenly have devices in the classroom, you might have discovered Boom Learning.
Boom Learning is a great website where teachers can create interactive “task cards” for students to complete.
Your students can play for free by using the “fastpin” feature, and if you want data about how they do, you can opt for a paid membership.
Lots of TPT authors also create Boom Learning cards, myself included.
Since spring is in the air, here’s a list of 10 of the spring-y Boom Card decks I’ve created so far!
If you use my Pocket Chart Phrases fantastiques from TPT, this is similar to the spring set. Students will listen to and
then build each sentence by dragging & dropping the correct sight words and vocabulary card in the right order.
For this deck, students will sort the four pictures on each card by their beginning letter. They will determine if each image begins with the target sound or not, and drag & drop to sort it into the correct column.
Students will practice sorting upper- & lowercase letters with this deck. Each card has four letters to sort — two each of uppercase and lowercase.
This deck is another one for sorting upper- & lowercase letters, but this time, students will match the correct letters and ignore « les intrus ».
For this deck, students will look at the target letter (uppercase) in the big bubble. They will then click on the matching lowercase letter in the smaller bubble.
This deck is one of my favourites! It includes audio, and students will listen to each word, clap out how many syllables it has (*oral syllables) and click the correct number.
Students will love clicking on the number that is one more than the number represented in the 10 frames on each of these nighttime spring-themed cards.
Another deck based on my Pocket Chart Phrases fantastiques from TPT, but this one features spring animals and colour words. Students will listen to and then build each sentence by dragging & dropping the correct sight words and vocabulary card in the right order.
This deck is the opposite of the bubble one — students will look at the target letter (lowercase this time) on the strawberry box. They will then click on the matching uppercase letter on the correct strawberry.
This freebie is a fun way for your students to practice their alphabet anchor words. Students will look at the target letter, and click on the picture in the grid that begins with the target letter. When they choose the correct picture, it will disappear. After they finish all 16 cards, they will have uncovered the secret picture!
Boom cards are such a fun way to have your students practice key academic skills in a fun, engaging way.
And remember — if you decide to get a paid membership, you can even use it to track data on how well your students do/determine where they need some more practice.
Try Boom Out for FREE!
Remember, you can try Boom Learning out for free as well. Just CLICK HERE, sign up for a free membership, and use the Monkey Uncover the Picture freebie to get started.
To get your free deck, CLICK HERE, enter your name & email in the box, and I’ll email you the link & instructions.
Looking for more spring ideas for your French primary classroom?