Creating engaging asynchronous lessons for distance learning is challenging, but then add in primary learners and there are additional challenges. In this session, we’re walking you through a basic set of tools and a template you can use to design asynchronous lessons that are simple and interactive. Simple is key so young learners can complete lessons with little to no help from their parents or guardians. This paired-down workflow will help you save time designing asynchronous lessons that will actually engage your students. Session tools will focus on Google Slides, Google Forms, Screencastify, and Jamboard.