Bitmoji is a fun app that allows you to use emoji images that you create by yourself. It is an entertaining and completely educational app that is used to create little cartoon-like images. These images are then shared on social media. This is how students have been using it. It is very useful for the teachers as they have gotten very creative with their Bitmoji classrooms and Bitmoji lockers. Not only that, but they also are using them for classroom management, virtual field trips, and more. 

Through Bitmoji teachers are creating a fun virtual representation of their classroom for students to use online, complete with blackboard announcements and more.


Bitmoji classroom is a virtual classroom that allows educators to deliver content to students in a fun and engaging way. Teachers can add a Bitmoji into a virtual classroom to make an amazing and interesting animated experience for students. Some teachers organize images in their own classrooms in order to hyperlink out to external sources.

  1. Start by getting the Bitmoji appon your iOS or Android smartphone.
  2. Now, sign up and get started by taking a selfie and then customizing your digital avatar. 
  3. Change everything from clothes and hair to eye shape and facial lines.
  4. Next, download the Bitmoji Google Chrome extension to share your Bitmoji character on more platforms than just via your phone's social media options. 
  5. This will automatically add the option to your Gmail as well as placing an icon next to your Chrome address bar.
  6. Google Slides is the best place to build your virtual class if your school or college uses Google Classroom. 
  7. If you are a Microsoft user you can do this through PowerPoint.


  1. As soon as you get your Slides or PowerPoint doc open with a blank slate, it's time to get started.
  2. If you want to start the procedure from scratch use images you find online, or take photos and upload them yourself. 
  3. In the above example, you could search for a “white brick wall” for your background, to get started. 
  4. Lots of templates can be found online if you want something more generic to get started quickly.
  5. Now you need to add in your Bitmoji. These can be your character in lots of different scenarios, which are auto-generated by the app. 
  6. Find the one you want and you can drag and drop it right into Slides, or right-click and save to get it into PowerPoint.


  1. Any Google search for images can be done by selecting the "Tools" option and then the "Usage Rights" and only going for Creative Commons options. They are free to use.
  2. If you want to cut out parts of an image. Head over to and upload the image where it will automatically remove the background for you.
  3. Once an image is in Slides or PowerPoint you'll be able to resize and move it about to suit your layout.


  1. Host a virtual open house
  2. Teachers are using their Bitmojis to set up expectations posters for virtual meetings during distance learning. 
  3. Turn your Bitmojis into a poster or anchor chart
  4. Create a Bitmoji virtual field trip
  5. Escape rooms are all the rage right now. Make yours virtual and interactive.
  6. Make a library
  7. Make your Bitmoji 3D
  8. Print stickers to reward students
  9. Use yourself as a welcoming face
  10. Reinforce classroom rules with Bitmojis
  11. Use Bitmojis to give instructions
  12. Using printouts of your Bitmojis in the real-world classroom is a really nice way to lighten up the class space.

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