No prep daily morning meeting slides that are perfect for morning meetings or morning work! Are you looking for learning activities to help you increase interaction and build relationships with your students this winter? This fun daily morning meeting digital resource is the perfect way to start your day or to initiate transitions in or out of the classroom with your students. Send Google Slides presentations to your students, use via Google Classroom, project on your ActiveBoard, display in PowerPoint or print for daily journal starters. These digital morning message slides are a great way to focus your day, initiate fun conversations, introduce new vocabulary, or inspire your writers.
* Use in Google, PowerPoint, or print paper and pencil
* Now available in BOTH landscape widescreen or portrait
* Multiple EDITABLE blank templates included!
This resource is for the month of January and includes a goal of the day.
You will receive 22 different colorful slides and 22 black and white printable PDF versions. Each one has a joke, word of the day with new vocabulary, Goal of the day, and a question. Each slide is ready for you to make a digital copy and send or print!
Every school day in the month is covered!
* You will receive 22 different colorful slides and 22 black and white printable PDF versions in portrait layout.
* Landscape layout is broken up into each element (4 slides per day)
Each day has a joke, word of the day with new vocabulary, Quote of the day, and a question.
Available Formats: PowerPoint, Google Slides (together and separated by day), and a B&W PDF printable version
Also available for 4th & 5th Grade – see below!
**IMPORTANT NOTES FOR THE TECHNOLOGY PIECES**
Some of this resource is in Google Slides format. You will NEED TO HAVE ACCESS to GOOGLE SLIDES to use this resource. It is also helpful to have GOOGLE CLASSROOM but not necessary. It will help you easily send the activities to your students or children.
*You can also print this resource for a hard copy instead of completing digitally or print it after completion to display and share work.
Please note: I am not affiliated or associated with Google, nor do they endorse this resource.