Make Any PDF Paperless for Google Classroom: A Video Tutorial

Are you a Google Classroom user?  If you are a teacher that has classroom devices for student access, Google Classroom has SO many benefits in the 21st century elementary classroom!

Aside from helping your environmental footprint which is awesome on its own, using Google Classroom can save teachers time AND make assignments more meaningful for students, simply because of the convenience.

If you are a Google Classroom user, and you have been searching for a way to assign your students a quick assessment of an individual math skill to drive your instruction, this video tutorial is especially for you.

My best selling Math Quick Checks on Teachers Pay Teachers has proven to be an asset to so many teachers, so I am taking them DIGITAL!  This tutorial will show you how to use the new format that I am offering to quickly, effectively, and DIGITALLY check for understanding of individual math skills so you can use that info to drive your instruction.

Don’t forget to scroll down to the bottom of this post after you watch the tutorial, because I am offering you a FREE SAMPLE so that you can try it out for yourself!


Grab your free sample by filling out the information below!

Looking for the original version of my math quick checks?  Search for any skill and see if I have what you need!

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    • Jen @ Cupcakes & Curriculum

      I *think* the extra features are what will cost you – the stuff in my video I thought was free forever! I’ll look into this, Christine!!

    • Jen @ Cupcakes & Curriculum

      I haven’t used it for graphing but I could see it working!! I believe Kami works with Google Docs 🙂

    • Jen @ Cupcakes & Curriculum

      Unfortunately, I haven’t figured out a quick grade yet. As of now, I would just look them over quickly and make a comment with brief feedback!

  1. Jeanette

    Thanks for the great video. Does Kami need to be installed on all of the student devices or just the teacher computer?

    • Jen @ Cupcakes & Curriculum

      Kami does need to be installed on all student devices for this to work. If you are using iPads, students are able to “mark up” the PDF without the extension, however!!

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