Do you need digital activities to give your students meaningful practice at a computer or technology center? Check out these interactive Boom Cards™! These digital task cards are perfect for PreK and/or early elementary students and can be worked through 100% independently. With these true no-prep digital task cards, just share a link with your students and place in your technology center!
This deck includes 12 cards and is a fun and interactive way to help students learn all about the color blue and the color word blue. Here is what they will accomplish as they navigate through the deck:
- Introduction to the color blue.
- Practice recognizing blue objects.
- Practice identifying the color word blue.
- Trace the color word blue.
- Sort blue objects by dragging and dropping to separate the blue objects from the other objects.
- Read sentences with the color word blue, while they gain practice with other common sight words.
- Practice typing the word blue to complete sentences.
- Unscrambling letters to build the word blue.
This deck also includes a color blue worksheet that goes with the cards in the deck. The worksheet is meant to add another layer of practice with learning the color blue. It can be printed double-sided.
You can also find these digital task cards in my shop over on Teachers Pay Teachers.
Additional Color Word Digital Task Cards:
Red Digital Task Cards
Orange Digital Task Cards
Yellow Digital Task Cards
Green Digital Task Cards
Purple Digital Task Cards
Pink Digital Task Cards
Brown Digital Task Cards
Black Digital Task Cards
White Digital Task Cards
Gray Digital Task Cards
If you love these, you may want to check out the Color Words Digital Task Cards BUNDLE, here!
To use Boom Cards, you must be connected to the Internet. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge). Apps are available for Android, iPads, iPhones, and Kindle Fires. For security and privacy, adults must have a Boom Learning account to use and assign Boom Cards. You will be able to assign the Boom Cards you are buying with “Fast Pins,” (play provides instant feedback for self-grading Boom Cards). Fast Play is always a free way for students to engage with Boom Cards decks.
If you would like to try out Boom Cards for free, download the preview file, and click on the link! When you click on the link to preview my task cards, you will be directed to the Boom Learning website, where you’ll be prompted to sign up if you don’t already have an account.
If/when you complete your purchase, you will receive a download link that will take you directly to the doom card deck. If you are new to Boom Learning, you will be asked to create an account and the game will be added to your library.
If you choose not to subscribe to Boom Learning you will still be able to use Boom Cards with their Fast Play feature. Again, Fast Play is always a free way for students to engage with Boom Cards decks. For tracking student progress and additional assignment options you’ll need a premium account.
What’s so great about Boom Cards?
Aside from Boom Cards being zero prep, they can also be used in Google Classroom, SeeSaw and/or directly through the Boom Learning website. A purchase will provide you with a license for your whole class to play on one deck, individually or at the same time! They are perfect for remote/distance learning! Note: These files are not meant to be shared. Single purchases are for single classroom use only. You may purchase an additional license if you wish to share the files with another teacher. Additionally, they may not be shared with parents or put on a school-wide server that is not password protected. Sharing is a violation of copyright.
Boom cards are also a fun and interactive way for students to work on specific skills, while also providing you with feedback on students’ progress (if students are logged in). Note: If your students are playing in Fast Play, you will not be able to check their answers.
Although Boom Cards cannot be printed, they are available for play on its own app in the Apple/Play store (Boom Cards), on most popular browsers, and other electronic devices such as iPads, iPhones, Androids, and Kindle Fires.
How do I assign Boom Cards in an LMS (Google Classroom, Schoology, SeeSaw, Canvas, Moodle, Powerschool, Class Dojo, Microsoft Teams and more)?
As mentioned above, Boom Cards can be used in Google Classrooms, as a hyperdoc! Click here, for a video explaining the process.