Digital Counting Cubes Fall Build and Count Challenge

Give your students some extra practice for their digital fine motor skills with these ten fun and engaging EDITABLE fall-themed digital counting cube challenges for distance learning with Google Slides and Google Classroom.

Students can practice skills such as dragging & dropping, typing in text boxes, and counting in a super-engaging way.

You can even add your own learning content because all of the text and text boxes are editable.

Pinnable image for the digital counting cubes fall build and count challenges product. At the top, there's an orange banner with "digital counting cubes" in black and "fall" in red, orange, and yellow underneath. Below, there's an image of a laptop showing a Google slide from the product where students are supposed to build a fall tree. At the bottom is a blue banner with "for google slidesTM" in white. There's also a black Simple Fun for Kids watermark.

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or, if you prefer,

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This Google slides resource is great for times when you can’t use real counting cubes in the classroom or for early finishers, after-school care, a fun addition to homework, etc.

But even if you can use counting cubes again after the pandemic, the digital version works on different skills while being just as much fun and as engaging as the real hands-on math cubes.

Picture of the sunflower build and count challenge as part of the digital counting cubes fall product for Google Slides. The slide is being displayed on a laptop screen. The laptop is on top of a desk with a yellow cup of yellow pencils next to it and a blue wall in the background.

Easy to use:

  • Make copies of the file to easily choose which images to assign and which ones to omit.
  • You can edit all of the text and text boxes while keeping students from interacting with anything except the text boxes and colored counting cubes. (Instructions are included in the file.) Please note that the counting cube templates and the tray that holds the counting cubes are flattened with the background and can’t be edited or extracted.
  • The Google Slides document includes consistent visual instructions for required digital skills (drag & drop, click & type) as well as written instructions. These instructions will help students complete the tasks successfully.

Graphic of all of the features of this digital counting cubes product. It shows a sample image with arrows pointing to the individual parts and text explaining the features.

The preview video for the product (below) and the pdf preview both provide an overview of all the features and show all (10) included images. Both preview files are great ways to get a look at everything that is included in the product before you buy it.

  • Acorn.
  • Apple.
  • Apple basket.
  • Ear of corn.
  • Fall leaf.
  • Mushroom.
  • Pumpkin.
  • Scarecrow face.
  • Sunflower.
  • Fall tree.

(You can edit the titles to your liking. This resource is also very well suited for converting to different languages or different spellings! Need British or Australian English, German, French, or any other language? No problem, just edit it!)

After purchase, you will receive a PDF file with instructions and a link to click to make a copy of the activity directly in your Google Drive.

Image of the digital apple basket build and count challenge on the screen of a black tablet. The tablet is on top of a white and beige desk and orange paper-cutout leaves are arranged at the top of the tablet.

If you like this type of activity, make sure to check out the seasonal counting cubes growing bundle as well as my digital building bricks product line!

Large button that says "Get it here!" in black with the Simple Fun for Kids shop logo in orange and blue. The button has an orange border. The link leads to the product listing in the Simple Fun for Kids shop.

Resources for Digital Google Slides Activities:

Find out How to Hide Google Slides Thumbnails to minimize distractions for your students and create more space for the digital activity.

And if you need more support around Googles Slides activities, I have a resource center for you: How to Use Google Slides and Google Classroom for Teaching

Other digital and printable activities for you:

⭐ Learn and practice beginning sounds with my printable Sunflower Beginning Sound Sort.
⭐Review addition to 20 problems with my Addition to 20 Digital Fall 9-Piece Puzzle in Google Slides.
⭐Try the LEGO-style version of this counting cubes activity: Digital Building Bricks Fall Build and Count Challenges.

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