Teachers Are Creating Virtual Bitmoji Classrooms—Cute and Helpful Too!

Recreate your classroom virtually!

We’ve all used Bitmojis to express our feelings or send birthday wishes to friends. But have you thought about building a virtual Bitmoji classroom? Lots of teachers are building out their classrooms. It’s fun, and helpful too! The interactive elements allow students to click through to see assignments, documents, and websites.

Looking for ideas of what to include in your virtual Bitmoji classroom? We’ve got you covered with these creative ideas posted in our WeAreTeachers Facebook groups. Plus, Instagram has a variety of posts that are great for inspiration. And if you don’t know how to get started … we’ve included a tutorial below.

We Can’t Stop Staring

There are so many details in this image posted by Kait C. on Facebook!

Virtual Anchor Charts & Posters

We also love the Alma Mater representation, from Amanda H. on Facebook.

We Love Any Book Love

With a virtual classroom you can link to reading materials for the week.

Customized for Mother’s Day Content

We love these clickable links to activities for students.

Greetings From the Classroom

Get all the teachers involved in this virtual classroom.

Ready for Game Day!

We love the theme for this virtual classroom.

Fun for Foreign Language Learners

Also how great is this Spanish classroom?!

Music Teachers Get in the Groove

We love the links to each grade level on the keyboards.

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I am so proud of my online music room that I've created and just wanted to share it with all of you. I wanted to see if I could limit the amount that I am sending home to students/families in order to prevent them from being more overwhelmed, especially for parents who have students in multiple grade levels. There are so many wonderful online resources for music education! Objects in the room are linked to all kinds of things – songs, movement activities, play-along videos, interactive rhythm compositions, a place to leave a note (just like in my actual classroom!), and even assignments for each grade level. This doesn't come close to being in the actual classroom, but hopefully it will help our students feel a little bit more connected to their school. Let me know if you'd like the link, I'd be happy to share! LINK IN BIO ⭐️ #bitmojiclassroom #onlineclassroom #welcometomusic #remotelearning #musicplay #boomwhackers #musication #musiclab #musiceducation #musicteachersofinstagram #elearning

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Art Teachers Share Their Creativity

We love the challenge and artist of the week.

First Grade Teachers Represent!

The whole grade can showcase their Bitmojis.

Create Your Own!

Want your own virtual Bitmoji classroom that is interactive? Check out this video tutorial:

This video tutorial walks you through the steps to making a Bitmoji Google Classroom banner:

And if you’d rather see some step-by-step instructions this link helps!

Have your own virtual Bitmoji classroom to share? Come join us in our WeAreTeachers HELPLINE group on Facebook!

Plus, 18 Amazing Apps for Google Classroom!

Teachers Are Creating Virtual Bitmoji Classrooms—Cute and Helpful Too!

Posted by Nikki Katz

Nikki Katz is the Managing Editor at WeAreTeachers. She is also an author and an ex-rocket scientist. Her two young adult novels 'The Midnight Dance' and 'The King's Questioner' are on sale in stores now!

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