Discover the Magic of Boom Cards Fast Play

I am so excited about the Boom Cards Fast Play feature, which allows students to use task cards on any mobile device or computer! You and your students are going to love them!

Learn about a great app to engage your students!

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Why You’ll Love Boom Cards Fast Play

Boom Cards Fast Play: It’s so easy and effective!

Boom Learning’s Fast Play feature is a game-changer for teachers. This tool allows you to assign specific decks to individual students or the whole class instantly. No printing, cutting, or laminating is required – simply generate a Fast Pin code and share it with your students. They can enter the code on any device and start learning right away.

With Boom Cards Fast Play, you can quickly:

  • Assign decks without needing student accounts.
  • Engage students with interactive and visually appealing cards.
  • Provide immediate feedback to students, enhancing their learning experience.

Additionally, Boom comes with comprehensive teacher tools to track student progress.

You can purchase decks from my store or other teacher-authors, with new content being added regularly. Some decks, like this Fact and Opinion set, are even free!

If you don’t find what you need, creating your own decks is easy and fun.

How to Use Boom Cards Fast Play

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Step-by-Step Guide to Using Boom Cards Fast Play:

  1. Log in to Boom Learning: Visit the Boom Learning website or open the app on your mobile device.
  2. Select a Deck: Choose a deck of Boom Cards that you want to assign to your students.
  3. Generate a Fast Pin: Click on the “Fast Play” option. This will generate a unique four-digit code for the selected deck. The Fast Pin will be valid for 14 days.
  4. Share the Fast Pin: Provide the Fast Pin code to your students. They can enter the code on the Boom Learning website or app by clicking the “Fast Play” button and entering the four-digit pin.
  5. Access via URL: Alternatively, you can copy the URL provided and share it directly with your students. They can paste this URL into their browser to access the deck.
  6. Monitor Progress: Use the Boom Learning teacher tools to track your students’ progress and see detailed reports on their performance.
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How to Join Boom Learning for Free

Joining Boom Learning for free is easy and gives you access to a variety of interactive task cards. Follow these steps to get started:

  1. Visit the Boom Learning Website: Go to the Boom Learning website on your computer or mobile device.
  2. Create a Free Account: Click on the “Sign Up” button and choose the free account option. Fill in the required information to create your account.
  3. Explore Free Decks: Once you have your account, you can browse the Boom Learning store for free decks. Use the search filters to find decks that are available at no cost. Many teacher-authors, including myself, offer free samples of their work.
  4. Try Fast Play with Free Pins: Some free decks come with Fast Play options. Generate a Fast Pin code and share it with your students to start using Boom Cards immediately. This allows you to experience the interactive features without any upfront cost.
  5. Upgrade If Needed: If you find Boom Learning beneficial and want to access more features or additional decks, you can always upgrade to a paid subscription later. The paid plans are affordable and offer more extensive tools and resources for your classroom.

Engage Your Students with Boom Cards

Interactive and Fun Learning: The cards are bright, appealing, and provide immediate feedback on answers. Students earn badges and awards for completing decks, which is sure to motivate even the most reluctant learners. Each student has their own account and can log in from home or school, allowing you to assign decks as homework or activities to do with parents.

Built with Input from Teachers

Boom Learning was developed with input from educators to ensure it meets the needs of both teachers and students. This collaboration began with my idea to put task cards on iPads and continued through feedback from a Beta group of teacher-authors. The result is a dynamic app that’s perfect for classroom use.

Try Boom Cards for Free

You can check out Boom Cards and try a few decks for free. If you decide you want to use Boom with your students, you’ll need to purchase one of the subscription plans – but don’t worry, they are affordable, and you can get your first year at a discount.

More About Boom Learning

Boom Learning, developed by Omega Labs and supported by Rachel Lynette, offers an award-winning educational experience. Eric Oemig, a former senator instrumental in education reform, and Mary Oemig, an educational cooperative founder, lead the Boom Learning team.

Try Out Boom Cards Fast Play today!!

Boom Cards Fast Play makes it easier than ever to engage your students with interactive task cards. With no need for printing or laminating, and the ability to track student progress, Boom Learning is a valuable tool for any classroom. Try it today and see the difference it can make in your students’ learning!

For more details and a visual overview, check out this video on Boom Learning!

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You may already know Boom Learning by another name, Omega Labs, from their award-winning app Mathtopia+™, one of only 50 apps ever to be awarded 5 stars by Smart Apps for Kids. Boom Learning is brought to you by the Omega Labs team of Eric and Mary Oemig, with the generous support of Rachel Lynette. Senator Eric Oemig was instrumental in passing landmark education reform in the State of Washington. He is a former CTO of two startups and is CEO of Boom Learning. Mary has founded and run an educational cooperative and regularly volunteers in the classroom so she can learn what real teachers need. She is also an attorney who practices privacy and intellectual property law. Rachel is the founder of Minds in Bloom™, author of over 120 nonfiction children’s books, and an all-time top three seller on Teachers Pay Teachers®.

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