Digital games and resources became a staple for classroom success this past school year. With the pandemic throwing new challenges at us and navigating virtual classrooms, our way of teaching shifted and adapted to fit the needs of our students. Digital games are perfect for both in-classroom teaching and virtual learning, making these August and Back-to-School Digital Games and Activities for Kindergarten a great resource! You can also check out our Kindergarten Digital Learning Bundle for an all-inclusive math and literacy resource!
Many of us will be returning to full time in-person classrooms this school year, and we can’t wait to use hands-on activities again like our back-to-school Creative Writing Craft Activity. However, there will definitely be transitional challenges as students get used to returning in person and not sitting in front of a computer all day.
The start of the school year always brings an element of excitement and fresh beginnings. It can also be nerve wracking for students and teachers alike, especially after a year of minimal face-to-face interactions. Starting the year with hands-on activities, like our Back-to-School Bingo or Animal Alphabet Crafts, will help students feel comfortable inside the classroom as we navigate our new normal.
To make this transition even easier for both teachers and students, we’re introducing technology into your lesson plans, just like last year. It’s familiar after a year of online learning and will help students ease into the changes a new year brings. We’ve combined the standards-based skills our students need to master with cute, colorful, and themed clipart we always use in our printable resources to create our August and Back-to-School digital games for Kindergarten.
Looking for a way to use digital resources for Kindergarten all school year long? You’ll love our Mega Monthly Digital Games Centers that provide 12 months of themed, standards-based digital centers ready to assign in minutes.
August and Back-to-School Digital Games for Kindergarten
Bring the familiarity of learning online into your lesson plans with these fun back-to-school digital games for kindergarten! Your students won’t even realize they’re mastering the skills we need them to learn with these fun digital games.
Inside our August and Back-to-School Digital Games for Kindergarten there are six digital language arts resources and six digital math resources. With cute August-themed clipart, you can use these digital resources to introduce new skills, review old or current skills, and assess their progress towards mastering skills.
You also get to choose the platform that works best for you and your district’s guidelines: Google Slides, Seesaw, or Boom Cards.
Inside, You’ll Find:
6 Kindergarten standards-based language arts digital games themed for August:
- Beginning Sounds
- Letter ID Trace and Type
- Missing Letter
- Parts of a Book
6 Kindergarten standards-based math digital games themed for August:
- Build the Number
- Decomposing Numbers
- 3D Shapes
- Missing Number
These interactive digital activities for kids come with directions on how to download them, how to assign them, and how to help parents use them at home for virtual learning/asynchronous learning.
Getting the August Digital Centers Ready
These Kindergarten digital games for August are super easy to get up and running. With just a few clicks you can easily assign students different digital activities on their Google Classroom, Seesaw or Boom Cards dashboard. They also make great small group or whole group activities projected onto your smart board.
Using the August Digital Games
Our August and Back-to-School themed digital games for Kindergarten are perfect for:
- whole group instruction
- centers or small group activities on tablets or laptops
- during independent work time
- as homework
- in-classroom teaching
- virtual teaching
- hybrid teaching
Introducing these Back-to-School digital activities in a whole group setting can help every student understand how the games work, while also being a fun classroom activity! Need to focus on one specific skill? Using a tablet or laptop, target areas of need in a small group setting!
Each platform has audio support which means students can complete the tasks independent of adult help. Because of this, they can also be used as center rotations, independent work time, or assigned as homework to complete at home. Simply assign the targeted skill to your individual students’ dashboards and assess or grade once they’ve completed the games.
Download these August Digital Games now!
Are you ready to assign these digital games for Kindergarten to add more technology into your lesson plans?
Just choose the platform you need:
Get our Google Slides Digital Games for August:
Get the Google Slides games in our A Dab of Glue Will Do Store
Get the Google Slides games in Teachers Pay Teachers
Get our Seesaw Digital Games for August:
Get the Seesaw games in our A Dab of Glue Will Do Store
Get the Seesaw games in Teachers Pay Teachers
Get our Boom Cards Digital Games for August:
Get the Boom Cards games in our A Dab of Glue Will Do Store
Get the Boom Cards games in Teachers Pay Teachers
OR… get them for FREE when you join our Dollar Teachers Club All-Access Membership. You can request an invitation to join here.
Want more Digital Games?
Have students who need a little extra help or review? You’ll LOVE our August Digital Games for Preschool so you can differentiate!
What about students who are ready for a challenge? You’ll also LOVE our August Digital Games for First Grade so you can differentiate for them as well!
Want access to ALL of our Digital Games? You can get our MEGA Monthly Digital Games Bundle here OR you can get them all for FREE as an All-Access member in our Dollar Teachers Club. Request an invite here.
Looking for more Learning with an August Theme?
Check out these 4 August Science Experiments so your students can conduct experiments, make hypotheses, and ask and answer scientific questions.
If you can’t find a resource that you would LOVE to have for your classroom, contact me and I would be happy to create it for you!
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