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Google Apps and Extensions for Early Elementary Classrooms

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Are you looking for ways to incorporate tech into your early elementary classroom? There are a variety of free Chrome apps and extensions that can be used with your Google Chrome browser to enhance lessons and your early elementary classroom. Join Lori Squiers as she shows you how the Chrome browser and an array of free Chrome web apps and extensions, can be used as classroom tools to incorporate technology for teachers and younger students. She will share at least 10 apps that can be used with a range of subject areas including math, science, language arts and more! Lori will also show you how to find these in the Chrome store, and discuss specific examples of how they can be used in or for the classroom.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Early Learners, Google Basics
Tags: Chrome apps, early elementary, extensions, Google, Google apps, Pre-K-2

Reviews (41)

Thanks for sharing these resources.
Full Member
Great resources.
Full Member
Great presentation! I enjoyed learning new information. I can go back and explore the apps and extensions. Good Job!
Full Member
I love the ABC tutor. I will put it to use in my classroom.
Full Member
Thank you so much for sharing these awesome tools! I am excited to try them in my classroom!
Basic Member
I am excited to try these with my students! Dogo News and Ducky Deck are big needs for me.
Full Member
Loads of information with lots of helpful links. Can't wait to explore and share with others.
Full Member
Awesome ! I like that I can use it with ipads. I wish presentation could be shared! It will be so helpful for links. I will have to watch it again to take notes.
Full Member
This is all so helpful! I teach upper elementary, so I was looking for ideas for differentiation. I found info for all of my students! Thank you so much!!
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