One of my goals with Kate's Math Lessons is to create activities that will SAVE TIME for teachers. I love to make self-grading math activities because I know students love getting instant feedback and because teachers don't have to spend time grading them.
I love using Google Forms to create digital math activities because they're easy for teachers to edit if needed and so easy to assign. I also love that Google does all the grading for you! Make sure to check out the links below if you're new to using Google Forms.
How to Create a Self-Grading Math Activity
How to Edit and Assign Google Forms in Your Math Classroom
Test Out a Free Google Forms Activity
New Autosave Feature in Google Forms
Another bonus: You don't need to do anything to start using this new feature. The new Autosave feature should now be on by default for some Google Workspace domains and will be on by default for all domains by September 15th. In order to save their progress, just make sure students are logged into their Google account before they begin working.
How to Turn Off Autosave in Google Forms
There may be some situations where you don't want students to be able to use the Autosave feature. For example, if you need students to complete the activity by the end of a class period so they can't look up answers after class.
Looking for a ready-to-go set of Google Forms you can use in your math classroom this year? Check out the digital activities below!
Want to learn how to make your own self-grading, digital activities? Check out this free digital training for teachers! You'll learn how to make a self-checking activity your students will LOVE and you'll be proud to show off (and even sell if you want to!).