How To Make A Bitmoji Classroom On Google Slides

As we continue to embrace digital tools in education, one fun and interactive way to engage your students is through a Bitmoji Classroom on Google Slides. This virtual learning environment allows students to click around the classroom to access assignments, resources, and more. In this blog post, we will walk you through the process of creating your own Bitmoji Classroom on Google Slides.

Step 1: Install Bitmoji Chrome Extension

The first step is to install the Bitmoji Chrome Extension. To do this, go to the Chrome Web Store and search for the Bitmoji extension. Click on the Add to Chrome button to install it.

Step 2: Set Up Your Bitmoji

After installing the extension, you will need to create your avatar. Click on the Bitmoji icon on your browser toolbar, sign in with your Snapchat account or create a new one, and design your Bitmoji.

Step 3: Create a New Google Slides Presentation

Next, go to Google Slides and create a new presentation. You can do this by going to the Google Slides website and clicking on the + New Presentation button.

Step 4: Design Your Classroom

After creating your presentation, it’s time to design your classroom. You can start by choosing a background for your slide. To do this, click on the Background button at the top, choose an image or color, and click Done.

Once you have your background, you can start adding classroom elements. For example, you may want to include a teacher’s desk, a whiteboard, or bookshelves. You can find these elements by going to Insert > Image > Search the web. After finding an image you like, click on it and then click Insert.

Step 5: Add Your Bitmoji

Now, it’s time to add your Bitmoji to the classroom. To do this, click on the Bitmoji icon on your browser toolbar, find a pose you like, and drag it onto your slide.

Step 6: Add Links to Classroom Elements

Finally, to make your classroom interactive, you can add links to your classroom elements. For example, you can link a book on your bookshelf to a reading assignment or link your whiteboard to a lecture video.

To add a link, select the element, click on the Insert link button at the top or right-click and select Link, type in or paste the URL, and click Apply.

Wrapping Up

And there you have it—a step-by-step guide on how to make a Bitmoji Classroom on Google Slides! This is a fun and engaging way to interact with your students in a virtual environment. Happy designing!