So you've created a lesson plan for your classroom. You've had it all on your mind about what to do. That's perfect.

But then, when you really implement the plan, it all falls apart. Not long after, you see a few students getting bored with your lesson.

Well, if you've experienced this scenario, we've got your back. Let's try out these 3 activities that you can do to make your students feel engaged while learning!

Start with quick games, move around!

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Before you start your lesson, doing simple games will never go wrong. Some students might feel that sitting down drowns their energy, so this is a perfect way to channel it.

Incorporating movement activities into your lesson will engage sluggish students to make them more alert when they start learning. Not only that, but it also helps your students to be more fit!

Need some game ideas? You can do the famous freeze-dance (which you may also have heard of it before)!

This game requires everyone to move along with a song, and when the song stops playing, everyone has to stop moving. If they continue moving, they'll be eliminated. This will be fun for breaking the ice before the actual lesson!

That's only a little example, but you can find so much more of them on the Internet. Or if you're feeling a little creative, you can develop the games and modify them according to your needs.

Hold group presentations

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Instead of you, it might be great to give your students a chance to speak. Not only that it will train their public speaking skills, but they can also bond better with their friends as they have to prepare for the presentation together.

When you're talking about the media of presentation these days, it's not a mere paper or PowerPoint presentation. You can encourage your students to use AR experiences, so the presentation will be much more interactive.

Read also: Easy Steps! Creating Interactive AR Presentations in Assemblr Studio

If you think that creating an AR presentation is complicated, we'll answer that with a big no. Because all you need is a simple tool to create—like Assemblr Studio Web!

With the platform, you can create interactive group presentations powered with AR experiences, and decorate their presentations with the objects and other easy-to-operate tools.

When your students are done, you can use Assemblr EDU to create virtual classrooms, and your students can share the lesson right away in the classroom. It's as simple as that!

Close it with a fun quiz!

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Once your lesson's finished, it will be a great idea to review whether your students really understand the lesson or not. Your ordinary quiz can be lame, but you can make it more fun with AR experiences.

Now, you might think that creating an AR interactive quiz is rocket science, when in fact, it's not—as long as you have the right tool in your hand.

Using Assemblr Studio Web, you can do it all! With our Interactivity feature, you can insert animations into your creation, so you can create fun and interactive true-or-false or multiple-choice quizzes. Getting rid of the image of a "boring quiz" is much easier!

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If you need some tutorials, we've uploaded them to our Learning Resources. Just tune in to the videos, and you'll master it all in a few minutes.

Those are all the activities to keep your students engaged in the classroom. Go give it a try, and we hope it can help you create more fun learning experiences for your students! 😉


In Assemblr EDU, we believe that everyone can transform education to be more fun and interactive, using augmented reality technology. Interested to unveil more possibilities for your learning activities? Download Assemblr EDU now, available in App Store and Play Store!