If you are interested in Boom Cards, but primarily use Seesaw in your classroom, did you know that using Boom Cards and Seesaw together is easy? Let’s walk through how to add a link to Boom Learning through a Seesaw Activity.
Making A Boom Cards And Seesaw Assignment
It is easy to add a Boom Deck game to Seesaw. First, you need to decide if you want to add a fast-play link, or a hyper-play link. Here are the differences between the two kinds of links:
Boom Cards Fast Play
Hyper Play Links
Adding The Link To Seesaw
When you have chosen your link, I’ve found the best method is to add the link to the description. I also like to use the code :link: when I’m writing my directions. Then, you’ll get the nice link icon! Adding the link this way avoids confusion.
Other Boom Learning Blogs
You might find these blogs helpful!
- Boom Card Overview – Available Now!
- Types Of Boom Card Memberships – coming June 22, 2021
- Creating A Boom Card Account – coming June 29, 2021
- Walk-through of the Boom Learning Website – coming July 6, 2021
- Purchasing Boom Cards – coming July 13, 2021
- Assigning Boom Decks To Your Students – coming July 20, 2021
- Boom Cards Google Classroom Tutorial – Available Now!
- Analyzing Boom Learning Reports -coming August 10, 2021
P.S. Speaking of Seesaw: Do you struggle teaching the platform to your students each year? Try using a scavenger hunt for your students to learn all the Seesaw tools!