These three digital sort activities will help your students practice key terms, sentences, and concepts that need extra repetition before test time.
When it comes to prepping for a test, repetition is key.
A lot of tests require students to know terms and vocabulary, which is often one of the hardest areas to prep students for! It takes LOTS of repetition and often gets thrown on the back burner in the classroom or sent home as study materials that eventually get thrown in the trash, or lost in a digital folder somewhere.
A lot of students need a bit more hands-on with repetition. Thus, digital sort activities are perfect for quick reviews.
A digital sort activity is a modernized way of sorting terms, sentences, or concepts into groups. No longer do you need the stacks of flashcards in your classroom. Instead, students are using simple technology to interact with their study terms, not just memorize them.
Want to try one out?
Check out these THREE digital sort activities…
This figurative language digital sort activity covers alliteration, hyperbole, idioms, similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, and personification. It includes a sorting activity, a Google Docs assignment, and a Google Forms quiz…perfect for a mini-lesson.
Students will complete a graphic organizer, 5 matching activities where they read a short passage and determine which text structure, and complete a Google Forms quiz on text structures to show mastery of the standard.
Reviewing the different sentence types should be a mini-lesson that’s easy and not time-consuming. It covers the four sentence types: declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory.
Once you get a taste of these digital sort activities, you…
Are going to want to make more. They truly are so valuable because they are interactive and can be used over and over again!
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