Bitmoji Classroom Tutorials

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Tutorials for Making a Bitmoji Classroom

Bitmoji classrooms have been around for a while, but since the schools have been shut down, they’ve become a lot more popular. Sure, you can buy bitmoji classrooms on TeachersPayTeachers or Etsy, but they’re pretty simple to make. I’ve been wanting to make one myself, but haven’t had time to look into it. Today I Googled around a little, watched a couple of Bitmoji classroom tutorials on YouTube, and then was able to whip this one up myself in about 15 minutes.

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I thought about making a tutorial showing how I created mine, but there are already so many great tutorials out there. Instead, I chose a few tutorials that are super clear and very well made.

After viewing a few tutorials like these, you’ll be ready to try it out yourself. I have to admit, it’s kind of fun.

Bitmoji Classroom Uses

There are so many applications for these! Here are just a few practical, fun ways you can use your Bitmoji classroom. They are of course great for remote learning, but when we are back in our regular classrooms with students again, I still plan to use them to spice up lessons and online activities.

  • Weekly elearning overviews (remote learning or Google Classroom weekly previews)
  • Mini-lessons
  • Interactive tutorials
  • Interactive worksheets
  • Announcements
  • New unit kick-off
  • Interactive slideshows
  • Animated Google slides (fun little videos!)
  • Have students create them for presentations or final products

The list goes on and on. Like any other classroom tool, you don’t want to overuse this or it will become stale. But peppered in every now and then, or used consistently for a single purpose (e.g., I love the idea of using this as a weekly overview to preview upcoming activities for a given week of remote or in person learning), it’s a way to intersperse some freshness and fun.

Bitmoji Classroom Tutorials

Here are a few tutorials for creating Bitmoji classrooms that I found very helpful.

1. Make a Bitmoji Classroom Scene in Google Slides – — Super clear and easy tutorial from EZ EdTech! with lots of tips and suggestions for making awesome scenes.

2. Interactive Bitmoji Classroom Tutorial — Another great tutorial from teacher Thomas Blakemore with ideas for ways to present different types of class information and activities within your Bitmoji scene.

3. Teachers are Creating Virtual Bitmoji Classrooms — Cute and Helpful, Too! recently published this article with tons of examples of teachers’ cute classroom Bitmoji scenes and ideas for using them.

These tutorials and examples will get you off to a basic start. Here is the Bitmoji classroom I created in Google Slides just now:

Everyday Teacher Style Bitmoji Classroom

I plan to use it to do a “goodbye” activity for my students. I’m going to add clickable, interactive areas to this scene. For example, I’ll link specific objects or areas in the scene to a video of me saying my goodbyes, a quick interactive game (maybe a fun quiz about the events of this school year or memorable happenings in our class), and any final logistical instructions for the school year.

Although I’m really excited to get back live and in person with students, there are a few neat tips and tricks I’ve picked up during the shutdown. The Bitmoji classroom scene is definitely one I will keep using.

For more great ideas, check out this post on My Top 6 Favorite Websites for Teachers.

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Chewy Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies Recipe

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If you’ve ever done a Google or Pinterest search for “protein chocolate chip cookie recipe,” you’ve seen there are quite a few variations. There are varying degrees of healthfulness. (Whether chocolate chip cookies can even go in the “healthful” category is a question for another day.) Is it too much to ask that a chocolate chip cookie can be delicious AND higher in protein? For the last year, I thought so. I’ve tried at least 10 different recipes, and they all either turn out kind of tasteless (except for the chocolate chips) or dry (good tasting, but having a texture like sand in my mouth – bleech). Finally, finally, finally, after experimenting my way through 3-4 batches, I’ve created a chocolate chip protein cookies recipe that has extra protein and is yummy and chewy.

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Gluten Free Option + Protein

Since these cookies are made with oat flour, they could be gluten free. If you do want them to be gluten free, be sure to use oat flour and protein powder that are certified gluten free.

These cookies have around 4 grams of protein and about 133 calories, which means they wouldn’t be considered ultra-high in protein. However, I usually try to stick to around 250 – 350 calories for a snack, so that means eating two of these cookies and getting 8 grams of protein. Then of course you’ll want to drink some milk with the cookies, and milk has a little more protein. You get the idea. At any rate, they’re higher in protein than regular chocolate chip cookies and oh, so yummy.

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Better Ingredients

For these cookies I used oat flour for these cookies. Oat flour is gluten free (be sure to use GF certified if this is an issue for you), and it is lower on the glycemic index (GI) than all-purpose flour. I use Bob’s Red Mill oat flour . I also like to use some coconut sugar because compared with regular brown sugar, it’s packed with nutrients (like iron and zinc) and antioxidants. My favorite coconut sugar is Better Body Foods Organic Coconut Palm Sugar. For protein powder, Complete Nutrition’s Elite Gold Annex is my go-to. I use the vanilla, but you could also try their Chocolate Peanut Butter or Triple Chocolate for a more chocolaty cookie. I added some pure maple syrup to compensate for the dryness of the coconut sugar. Mine’s from Costco (Kirkland Signature), but I’ve also had good luck with Coomb’s Family Farms Organic Maple Syrup.

Chewy Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies Recipe

Chewy Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies

Jenny at Everyday Teacher Style
Classic delicious, chewy chocolate chip cookie taste with added protein.
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 8 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 24 cookies
Calories 133 kcal


  • 8 tsp butter softened
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar, packed
  • 1/4 cup coconut sugar
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 tbsp pure maple syrup
  • 2 cups oat flour
  • 1/2 cup vanilla protein powder I used Complete Nutrition vanilla whey protein isolate
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips or more!


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • In a larger mixing bowl, combine softened butter and sugars until well blended.
  • Add eggs, vanilla extract, and maple syrup to butter/sugar mixture and mix well.
  • In a medium mixing bowl, combine oat flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt.
  • Add flour mixture to butter/sugar/egg mixture and mix to combine.
  • Fold in chocolate chips.
  • Drop cookies by rounded tablespoons-full onto non-stick cookie sheets (or ones that have been covered in parchment paper – my preference). Adjust cookie size to your preference.
  • Bake in 350 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes or until the cookies' edges are firm.


These cookies can be gluten free if you make sure to use oat flour and protein powder that are certified gluten free. Each cookie has around 4g of protein and 133 calories. 
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Other Snacks with Added Protein

If you’re looking for ways to add more protein to your diet, check out some of these other recipes.

What are some of your favorite protein-packed snacks?

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