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Virtual Valentines for Distance Learning

Virtual Valentines for Distance Learning


In this time of social distancing and virtual learning, Valentine's Day is a way of still making a connection in our classroom communities. There are several options for Virtual Valentines and ways to distribute them.

In this time of social distancing and virtual learning, Valentine's Day is a way of still making a connection in our classroom communities. There are several options for Virtual Valentines and ways to distribute them. 

Virtual Valentine Options

1. Valentine's Day Scene Digital Glyph. This is a pretty traditional activity turned digital. Students design a virtual valentine in Google Slides. It is great copy and paste practice plus the end results are great for sharing. You could have students make multiple versions to share.

2. Special Person's Day Digital Card. This one is a similar process but the finished result includes both clip art and text. Consider having students make one for each member of their class. 

3. Consider joining the official Virtual Valentine's 2021, which connects students around the world. 

Sharing Finished Virtual Valentines

Once students have created their Valentines, it is time to publish or share them. 
1. Padlet. Use a class Padlet to have students share their finished Valentines. Feel free to use mine or make your own using this example. Decide if you want students to be able to comment on the posts.


2. Have students upload into your learning management system (Seesaw, Google Classroom, etc).


3. Create a Jamboard and have students upload their finished Valentines.

Hopefully this gives you a few ideas for how to do Virtual Valentines this year. 

In this time of social distancing and virtual learning, Valentine's Day is a way of still making a connection in our classroom communities. There are several options for Virtual Valentines and ways to distribute them.


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Technology Gift Guide for the Holidays

Technology Gift Guide for the Holidays


Technology Gifts for Kids organized by prices. Click on this image to go to the PDF Gift Guide.
Technology Gift Guide for the Holidays


The PDF format makes it really easy to share with your students' families via email or a link on your website. 

The gifts are organized by budget. To see specific age recommendations, click on the individual product. The Amazon listings have all of the relevant information, including reviews. 
Technology Gift Guide Organized by Budget

Technology Gift Guide Organized by Budget

Technology Gift Guide Organized by Budget

Technology Gift Guide Organized by Budget

Technology Gift Guide Organized by Budget

Technology Gift Guide Organized by Budget

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