Many parents use Google Classroom for their children’s education. Whether it’s for homeschool use or in public school, we are still learning along with our children when it comes to using new technology. It can seem really overwhelming, let me help with this Google Classroom bundle.

Google Classroom eBook

Google Classroom Bundle

There are a lot of people using Google Classroom every day for the first time. And it is overwhelming when you are faced with it for the first time.

But it’s actually really easy to use once you have used it.

I want to help you move past that fear and feel comfortable using Google Classroom. Once you have created a class for your kids, and see how easy it is to use, and reuse, you won’t go back to the way you used to teach your kids.

Google Classroom can be overwhelming when you first start to use it. I have been helping out with it for a little while now, so I compiled some of the most helpful info into this ebook to help you get your learning online.

Learn how to:

  • create a classroom
  • create classwork
  • how to archive and unarchive classes
  • and more!

Including a one-page cheat sheet to walk you quickly through the steps.

All the benefits of using an online curriculum that you can create yourself to be used again and again for each of your children.

My favorite thing is that I only have to do the work once, and then I can save it, the lessons, the links, everything, for m younger children.

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A Google Classroom Tip

Google Classroom has made making lesson planning easier and keeping track of everything a breeze. Read on to learn more about it.

Instead of sitting down with all your homeschool plans and curriculum, start with one thing. One lesson from one subject and judge how it goes from there.

You can easily plan out lessons with Google Classroom once you and your child have been using it successfully for a period of time and you know it is working for you.

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