30 Virtual School Activities That Students & Educators Love (2024)

As a teacher, you know better than anyone how much the past year has transformed learning. And although our circ*mstances will continue to change, virtual learning is still a reality for many students and teachers.

No matter what teaching looks like this year, building a sense of community is so important for you and your students, especially if they’re learning at home.

But with hundreds of virtual teaching platforms to choose from, how do you make sure your students are getting the best resources to learn and grow — and have fun while doing it?

We’ll help you narrow it down with a complete list of 30 virtual school activities for students of all ages. Whether you teach elementary school, middle school or high school, this list has your remote learning needs covered!

Try these virtual learning games & apps for online learning

Learning outside of the classroom can be easy and fun with these virtual school must-haves. Use these free virtual resources to engage students online and make your virtual classroom feel like home.

1. Prodigy Math Game

Price: Free. The optional Premium Membership provides extra in-game features for students and additional tools for parents, starting at $4.99 USD per student, per month.

In or out of the classroom, math games are a great way to keep students excited about learning math — even when it comes down to tricky concepts.

With Prodigy Math Game, you can keep math class fun wherever students are!

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As your students create unique characters, explore virtual worlds, collect pets and enjoy all the fun in-game adventures Prodigy offers, they’ll also answer curriculum-aligned math questions. Plus, Prodigy’s adaptive algorithm is built to meet students where they are, so they’ll receive questions that match their progress level.

Use your free teacher account to create a classroom and:

  • View in-depth data on student and class progress
  • Create Assessments that align with your lesson plans
  • Differentiate in-game content based on individual student needs

Parents can also sign up for their own account to view and support their child’s progress and motivate them even more!

Ready to make math an adventure this year?

Sign up now!

P.S. Check out these free resources to help you use Prodigy in your virtual classroom!

  • How to use Prodigy to fight summer learning loss
  • How to use Prodigy in your everyday virtual teaching strategies
  • How to benchmark student progress with Prodigy’s Test Prep tool

2. Zoom

Price: Free or paid versions, with education plans for schools and classrooms.

In the past year, Zoom has become a close friend to many of us. And it’s no wonder!

Zoom is a reliable and accessible way to engage your class with virtual teaching. Use it to:

  • Host online classes with video and screen sharing
  • Engage your classroom with online polls, breakout rooms and virtual chats
  • Host zoom games where students can join the fun from home or at school!

P.S. Want to add some pizzazz to your next online lesson? Try one of these custom Prodigy Zoom backgrounds!

3. Flipgrid

Price: Free

Come up with discussions that really get your class talking! Flipgrid offers over 35,000 conversation starters to spark student creativity. Students can respond to each prompt with their own videos, which are displayed on the response board for the rest of the class to see.

The best part? It’s filled with fun editing resources so students can add animations, emojis and text to create fun videos they can be proud of.

4. TEDEd

Price: Free

TEDEd was specifically designed to celebrate student and teacher ideas.

You’ll find free online lessons in tons of subjects — including Earth School, where students watch videos, answer quizzes and complete quests to learn more about the natural world.

Plus, the TEDEd program lets students create their very own TED talks to share what they’re passionate about with the rest of the class!

5. Google Classroom

Price: Free

Encourage virtual teamwork with your one-stop-shop for lessons, assignments and class discussions.

Google Classroom provides access to:

  • Google Meet — Host video lessons and presentations online.
  • Google Forms — Host surveys and quizzes for your class to fill out.
  • Google Calendar — Keep track of lessons and give students insight into the structure of their day.
  • Google Slides — Present lessons in a presentation format and include visuals to keep your class engaged.

And more!

6. Seesaw

Price: Free for the basic plan, with optional paid teacher or school plans starting at $10 USD per month.

Start meaningful conversations and encourage student engagement with the online platform that “creates a powerful learning loop between students, teachers, and families.”

With Seesaw, students have a digital space to share their thoughts and give you insight on how they’re learning. Plus, you can keep families in the loop with an exclusive space for home-to-school connections.

7. YouTube Kids

Price: Free

The good old days of TV stands on wheels are long behind us. Now, students can watch fun, educational videos no matter where they are!

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YouTube Kids was built with kids in mind. This means the video content you choose to share with your class will always be safe and appropriate for their age group.

Have students download the app or watch directly on their browsers, then assign them videos on art, science and everything in between!

8. Miro

Price: Free for the basic plan, with optional subscription plans starting at $8 USD per member, per month.

See new ideas spark and virtual collaboration happen right in front of your eyes — and add a pop of color to make the day a little brighter.

Miro is an online whiteboard that lets your class collaborate through tables, flowcharts, sticky notes and more. Perfect for brainstorms or team projects!

9. Prezi

Price: Free

Virtual learning can never be dull when you have this many fun effects and templates to choose from!

Whether you’re using it for lessons or encouraging students to create their own, Prezi makes online presentations easy and fun with plenty of design resources and a user-friendly interface.

Create presentation decks, videos, infographics, maps and more. Let student creativity take over and see the amazing results!

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6 Traditional learning activities to bring online

In today’s digital world, virtual learning is more prevalent than ever. But that doesn’t mean we should say goodbye to our favorite in-class activities!

Here’s how to transform classic school activities into online activities that are perfect for distance learning.

1. Digital escape rooms

No room needed! Bring this classic team-building activity online and transform your classroom or students' homes into haunted houses, pirate ships or even the North Pole!

Try these:

2. Two Truths and a Lie

Put a spin on this classic icebreaker game through online polls, presentation decks, or quiz platforms like Kahoot!. Compile student submissions into a quiz format. Then have them vote on each other’s options and see the submissions on-screen right away.

You can also use this game to supplement lessons. For example, add two truths and a lie questions during activities that review science concepts or historical figures.

3. Virtual journal writing

Instead of daily journal entries on paper, encourage virtual journal submissions through an online platform like Google Docs.

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Or, take it to the next level and start a classroom blog. Students can compile their entries and reflect on each others’ submissions, then look back on their great work at the end of the year.

4. Virtual Scavenger Hunt

Create a checklist to bring your scavenger hunt online. Then have your students submit pictures to check items off the list.

Your list can include:

  • Items they can find around their home (find 3 items that have stripes)
  • Information they can find online (when was the telephone invented?)
  • Information about one another (find a classmate who is left handed)

Host one big scavenger hunt, or provide one daily checklist item for them to find by the end of the day.

5. Read aloud videos

Record yourself reading a book out loud, then send the video to your students and have them listen during class time. Or find author read alouds that introduce students to the authors of their favorite books, so they can hear the stories straight from the source.

6. Virtual brain breaks

Brain breaks are an effective way to keep kids energized and ready to learn more. And there are so many options for online brain breaks!

Try these:

  • Videos that encourage activity (like an action song or yoga video)
  • Online games (try assigning five minutes of Prodigy time between class tasks)
  • Fun discussion topics that prompt online chats (Ex. What’s your favorite flavor of ice cream?)

Take one of these exciting virtual field trips

Even if they don’t happen in person, field trips can still be informative, exciting and hands-on! In fact, virtual field trips may be even better, because you can visit places that are hundreds or even thousands of miles away!

Here’s how to encourage classroom community building and bring your students to brand new places, without ever leaving your home or classroom.

1. Virtual zoo or aquarium

Lions and tigers and bears … and penguins and sharks and monkeys! Oh my!

A virtual zoo visit is super fun for younger students, or a great way for students of any age to learn more about animals and their habitats.

Try these:

2. Virtual national park tours

Your class can visit some of the most famous parks and learn more about nature without even stepping outside! Use Parks Through Your Screen to explore different parks and see them from a brand new perspective.

3. Virtual walking trails

Let your class explore mountains, trails, forests or even the pyramids! These virtual walking tours from across the globe provide an exciting online escape along with plenty of learning opportunities.

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4. Ellis Island tour

Provide students with a hands-on history lesson through this interactive online tour of the historic Ellis Island. They’ll find stories, photos and notable facts at each stop.

4. Museums and art galleries

Some of the most well-known galleries in the world offer amazing online exhibits anyone can enjoy.

Try these:

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6 Virtual back to school activities for the first day of the school year

Back to school is the best time of year! And there are so many ways to make your first day of school activities welcoming and fun, whether they’re online or in person.

1. Play virtual ice breaker games

On the first day of school, it’s important for classmates to get to know one another, and for you to get to know them!

Ask icebreaker questions through online chats, play virtual games (like two truths and a lie) or have students create quick online profiles that feature fun or important facts about them.

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2. Set expectations

Whether learning is remote, hybrid or in-person, it’s important that students know your classroom expectations and where to find everything they need.

Make sure to:

  • Share your digital class schedule
  • Let students know the best way to ask questions online
  • Communicate classroom rules (try using Bitmojis to keep things light and fun!)

3. Send fun virtual questionnaires

Give students fun questions that will help them find out what they have in common and build community for the rest of the school year.

Ask questions like:

  • What’s your favorite movie?
  • What’s your favorite thing about school?
  • What’s one thing you want to try this year?

Send them through fun online questionnaires through Google Forms, or create storyboards in Miro to display responses. Don’t forget to share your answers too!

4. Design virtual lockers

Use a fun Bitmoji template and have students create virtual lockers to display their personal style or show off their favorite things. To take it a step further, create a whole virtual classroom where students can customize their own space.

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5. Share summer stories

Encourage your class to get creative and talk about what they did during the summer in whatever way they’d like.

This could be:

  • Videos
  • Essays
  • Podcasts
  • Digital art
  • Presentations

Or anything else they can think of!

6. Send out student learning surveys

Once you’ve shared your expectations for them, let students share theirs, too!

Send an online survey to each student asking questions like:

  • How do you learn best?
  • What’s your favorite way to learn?
  • What questions do you have for me?
  • What do you want to learn the most this year?

More ways to make virtual school fun

We couldn’t forget these activities! Here are a few more ways to make your online classroom awesome.

1. Encourage socialization

Social emotional learning is critical for student success.

And the best way to help students practice their social emotional skills? Provide them with plenty of opportunities to socialize and collaborate in fun, easy ways.

Try these:

  • Assign social emotional learning activities online
  • Have frequent breakout rooms for students to socialize in small groups
  • Create a collaborative class playlist on Spotify or listen to music as a class
  • Hold regular discussions with the whole class and allow students to use chat functions or speak out loud

2. Hold virtual morning meetings

Have a daily check-in with morning meetings where you and your students can share feelings, thoughts and ideas for the day. Then go through your schedule and make sure everyone has all the online resources they’ll need.

3. Host theme days

Have regular theme days where the class wears a certain color or accessory, or dresses as a specific character.

For example, create a “color of the week” where every Friday, students wear as much of a specific color as they can find. Then let them show off their outfits in your online classroom!

Get the most out of your virtual classroom

Online teaching can be a tough balance. But with such a wide range of virtual school activities to choose from, there’s no shortage of fun your class can have while they learn!

Add a few of these activities to your online lesson plans to help students learn, play and collaborate — no matter where they are!

Looking for an online activity to supplement your math lessons?

Prodigy can help make learning math fun!

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Assign curriculum-aligned math questions that match learning progress and grade levels, easily track student data, and provide your students with a fun way to practice math online — all while they embark on new adventures and battle friends to win rewards!

Create an Assessment for your Prodigy classroom today to keep students on track and differentiate for individual learning needs.

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30 Virtual School Activities That Students & Educators Love (2024)


What are the most engaging activities that happen in online classes? ›

Here are ten great online learning activities to consider:
  • Real-world case studies. Teaching often requires examples to show certain principles in action. ...
  • Online debates. ...
  • Whiteboard teaching. ...
  • Classroom newspaper. ...
  • Trivia competitions. ...
  • Comic strip. ...
  • Video newscast. ...
  • Google Earth scavenger hunt.

What are online learning activities? ›

Online learning activities include: synchronous and asynchronous online discussions, online self-assessments, blogs, wikis, virtual field trips, virtual labs, case studies, simulations, problem solving, concept mapping, and interactive learning objects.

What activities do you usually use in an online class for kids? ›

7 Fun activities to get kids excited in an online class
  • Quick Draw. Wish to introduce your students to the topic of the day? ...
  • Trivia. Whether you're having an online hobby class, exercise session or sports class, a quiz can get students excited. ...
  • Story me into It. ...
  • Treasure Hunt. ...
  • Let's Freeze. ...
  • What Do I Have? ...
  • The Things Game.
23 Jul 2020

What are the top 5 online activities? ›

Most popular online activities of adult internet users in the United States as of November 2021
CharacteristicShare of internet users
Using online financial services (banking, investing, paying bills etc.)74.3%
Shopping, making travel reservations, or using other consumer services online74.1%
Watching videos online70.1%
10 more rows
27 Jul 2022

What are some examples of online activities? ›

Online Activity Examples
  • Case Studies.
  • Course Introductions.
  • Group Projects.
  • Guest Lectures.
  • Journals.
  • Online Office Hours.
  • Peer-Editing/Review.
  • Presentations.

How can I make my online school more engaging? ›

Create a more engaging virtual classroom
  1. Present your best (online) self.
  2. Use technology to your advantage.
  3. Find what inspires your students.
  4. Set goals and help students stick to them.
  5. Keep it interactive.
  6. Break down the lessons and make it digestible.
  7. Make your students feel valued.
  8. Be patient with your students.

How do you make a virtual class engaging? ›

Here are some moves you can make to keep students engaged through differentiated instruction:
  1. Include More Videos in Your Courses. ...
  2. Make Your Presentations More Dynamic. ...
  3. Level Up your Presentation with a Voiceover. ...
  4. Make your Lessons Interactive. ...
  5. Keep an Eye Out for What Works for Others.
17 Jul 2022

How teachers can make online class interesting? ›

Here are five simple ways to engage your learners by making your online learning program more interactive.
  1. Ask for feedback. Any chance the learners have to leave feedback is a great opportunity for interaction. ...
  2. Let people choose the way. ...
  3. Make it social. ...
  4. Invite learners to contribute. ...
  5. Encourage peer evaluation.

What are the 5 learning activities? ›

  • Content Focus (and Interaction) Whether the learning outcomes for a session or module include declarative or functioning knowledge, almost all of them will be supported in some way by the presentation of information to students. ...
  • Interactivity (with Others) Focus. ...
  • Critical Thinking. ...
  • Production. ...
  • Problem Solving. ...
  • Reflection.

What is the most popular online activity? ›

Email use is the most popular internet activity
Watching video content from sharing services68
Social networking69
Seeking health related information66
Listening to music59
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What are the activities that support learning? ›

15 active learning activities to energize your next college class
  • Think-pair-repair. In this twist on think-pair-share, pose an open-ended question to your class and ask students to come up with their best answer. ...
  • Improv games. ...
  • Brainwriting. ...
  • Jigsaw. ...
  • Concept mapping. ...
  • The one-minute paper. ...
  • Real-time reactions. ...
  • Chain notes.
2 Apr 2020

What are some in class activities? ›

12 Types of Classroom Activities for Adults | Examples to Engage Learners in Training Sessions
  • Quizzes.
  • Buzz Groups.
  • Snowballing.
  • Brainstorming.
  • Discussions and Group Learning.
  • Debates.
  • Presentations.
  • Role-play.
23 Oct 2022

What are interactive classroom activities? ›

Interactive classroom activities are activities that forgo one-way communication, or individual learning in favor of getting students involved and engaged with the lessons or material.

What is social activities online? ›

An online social event is a gathering that takes place in a digital space, involves two or more people, and allows guests to communicate interactively, smile, laugh, have fun, and bond across absolutely any distance.

What are 10 uses of Internet? ›

Top 10 Uses Of The Internet
  • Electronic mail. At least 85% of the inhabitants of cyberspace send and receive e-mail. ...
  • Research.
  • Downloading files.
  • Discussion groups. ...
  • Interactive games. ...
  • Education and self-improvement. ...
  • Friendship and dating. ...
  • Electronic newspapers and magazines.

What fun activities can be done online? ›

Virtual board games or different jigsaw puzzles. An online game of Pictionary or office trivia. Another icebreaker activity such as virtual karaoke.
  • Virtual Escape Room. ...
  • Virtual Jeoparty Social. ...
  • Virtual Clue Murder Mystery. ...
  • Virtual Happy Hour Trivia. ...
  • Virtual Team Pursuit. ...
  • Get your team to Virtual Paris!
4 Oct 2021

What are activities examples? ›

Some examples of physical activities include the following:
  • Working Out.
  • Practicing for a Sport.
  • Playing a Sport.
  • Swimming Laps.
  • Yoga Class.
  • Running.
  • Pilates.
  • Home Renovations.

What are digital activities? ›

Your Digital activity report tells you how active your students were in Teams within a given time frame. Digital activity will tell you if they opened a file, visited a channel, attended a meeting (and for how long), and more.

What activities can be added to a virtual learning environment? ›

6 Traditional learning activities to bring online
  • Digital escape rooms. No room needed! ...
  • Two Truths and a Lie. Put a spin on this classic icebreaker game through online polls, presentation decks, or quiz platforms like Kahoot!. ...
  • Virtual journal writing. ...
  • Virtual Scavenger Hunt. ...
  • Read aloud videos. ...
  • Virtual brain breaks.
15 Jun 2021

How would you create a fun learning environment for virtual students? ›

To help students stay focused and engaged, you can apply the following best practices for creating a fun virtual learning environment.
  1. Create a Welcoming Virtual Space. ...
  2. Create a Reward System. ...
  3. Use Humor. ...
  4. Engage Students in Fun Games and Activities. ...
  5. Ask For Feedback.

What makes a successful virtual classroom? ›

You must have well-structured content for a successful session. Defining a clear and appropriate structure for the session, and the activities you'll include within it, are vital to a successful virtual classroom.

What are the 9 strategies for effective online teaching? ›

Strategies for Teaching Online
  • Writing your syllabus. ...
  • Working with Teaching Assistants. ...
  • Creating inclusive and equitable online learning environments. ...
  • Engaging discussions online. ...
  • Promote student well-being. ...
  • Facilitating effective online meetings. ...
  • Other resources.

How do you make students attentive in online classes? ›

Table of contents
  1. 1 1. Cut Back to Only What is Crucial.
  2. 2 2. Make 'Eye' Contact.
  3. 3 3. Be Clear and Organized While Teaching.
  4. 4 4. Set Clear Lesson Plans and Goals for Each Session.
  5. 5 5. Work in Breaks and 'Check-In' Points.
  6. 6 6. Be Commanding and Captivating.
16 Feb 2021

What are the 4 learning activities? ›

The four core learning styles in the VARK model include visual, auditory, reading and writing, and kinesthetic.

What are 4 activities that use the World Wide Web? ›

What are four activities that use the World Wide Web? Watching online videos, buying things online, chatting with friends, and searching for information.

What is the most popular social online? ›

Facebook is the largest social media site, with more than two billion people using it every month. This means that roughly 36.9% of the world's population are Facebook users.

What are teachers and learners activities? ›

Learning and teaching activities

A learning and teaching activity enables students to engage with a facilitator to learn the knowledge or skills required to achieve the desired educational outcome. this review, which focusses on existing activities in the Timetabling system.

What are the three learning activities? ›

Everyone processes and learns new information in different ways. There are three main cognitive learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. The common characteristics of each learning style listed below can help you understand how you learn and what methods of learning best fits you.

What are the 7 strategies that promote learning? ›

Here are seven strategies that have a positive impact:
  • Having compassion and empathy. ...
  • Creating a secure and dependable structure. ...
  • Ramping up the positive. ...
  • Supporting academic risk. ...
  • Teaching active listening. ...
  • Embedding strategy instruction. ...
  • Building collaborative relationships.

What are the most popular school activities? ›

Popular activities include sports, scouts, art, theater, music, and community service. Many children also join school-affiliated organizations (like student council), competitive academic clubs (like Model U.N. or math club), and affinity groups that help connect kids with shared identities.

What are exciting activities? ›

You've got this!
  • Zoom around in cardboard race cars. Let your kids zoom through the living room in their very own race car. ...
  • Make your own pinwheel. ...
  • Make a calming jar. ...
  • Play hide-and-seek. ...
  • Play a game of hopscotch. ...
  • Wash your car. ...
  • Take lots of pictures. ...
  • Play card games.
18 Nov 2020

How do you engage students in activities? ›

7 Strategies for Connecting in the Classroom
  1. Really Get to Know Your Students. ...
  2. Establish Expectations for Participation. ...
  3. Answer the “So What?” in Everything You Do—and Say. ...
  4. Create Meaningful Prework. ...
  5. Pace Your Lessons Well. ...
  6. Make Learning Experiences Active and Varied. ...
  7. Show Students That You Care.
9 Apr 2021

What activities can students participate in? ›

Types of Extracurricular Activities
  • Sports. Sports are the most common extracurricular activity for kids in the United States. ...
  • Scouting. ...
  • Performing Arts. ...
  • Visual Arts. ...
  • Community Service. ...
  • Academic Clubs. ...
  • Student Government. ...
  • Student Media.
19 Aug 2022

What are the games we can play in virtual meeting? ›

List of virtual team games for meetings
  • Virtual Team Charades. A tried and true classic, charades is an easy but fun game to play in groups. ...
  • Wordle. ...
  • Heads Up! ...
  • Virtual Team Pictionary. ...
  • Perspective Drawing. ...
  • Two Truths and a Lie. ...
  • Virtual Team Scavenger Hunt. ...
  • Bunch.
8 Oct 2022

What games can you do virtually? ›

From scavenger hunts to word games and more, here is a list of fun online games to play on Zoom with coworkers.
  • Lightning Scavenger Hunts ⚡ ...
  • Zoom “Conference Call” Bingo. ...
  • Zoom Trivia. ...
  • Online Office Games (Hosted Game) ...
  • Five Things. ...
  • Something in Common. ...
  • Blackout Truth or Dare. ...
  • Superhero Academy (Hosted Game)
2 Nov 2022

What are some good virtual team building activities? ›

We have compiled a list of 14 non-yawn inducing virtual team building activities you can start using for your next team-building session.
  • Sing Your Heart Out In Karaoke. ...
  • Host Virtual Scavenger Hunt. ...
  • Exercise Creativity Through a Virtual Improv Session. ...
  • Host Online Office Olympics. ...
  • Employee Virtual Wellness Sessions.
16 Nov 2022

What are good ideas for activities? ›

Activities for any Season
  • go for a walk or to a park in your neighbourhood and play Frisbee.
  • plan a family road trip and bring a soccer ball or baseball to use on the way or when you get there.
  • walk at night and look for stars.
  • go swimming indoors.
  • go bowling, skating, or to a museum.

What kind of activities that can promote students creativity? ›

How can you encourage creativity in the classroom?
  • Choose a flexible classroom layout. ...
  • Follow a classroom theme. ...
  • Create a classroom library. ...
  • Visualize ideas and goals. ...
  • Create opportunities for reflection. ...
  • Display inspirational quotes. ...
  • Enliven your virtual classroom. ...
  • Take your teaching outside.

What are social activities for students? ›

Examples include clubs, school newspapers, music groups, student councils, debate teams, theater, volunteering programs, sports, and youth groups; programs sometimes include academic components.

How do you keep students engaged in activities? ›

10 Ways to Keep Students Engaged in 2022
  1. Start with a warm-up.
  2. See smartphones and tech as tools.
  3. Regularly test students.
  4. Use self-paced work.
  5. Brainstorming.
  6. Arrange group discussions.
  7. Run reflections.
  8. Make use of “dead time”
13 Dec 2021

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