But never fear! I whipped up this introduction and very surface level peek into some ways Seesaw and numeracy can go together! In the holidays I will run a deeper level PLD with insight into activities; but this can get you through until then! Seesaw has opportunities to document, create, share and reflect for both teachers and students with their learning. I love the way that it can make it easier for both teachers and learners.
View the slides and watch the recording below to see a little bit more of how you can use Seesaw with numeracy! Find links to freebie templates and handouts plus other PLD recordings too on the slides below!
A big part of our 'read to self' and 'read to someone' this year was looking at the ways we can read a book. Students were very aware that they might not be able to read the words, leaving them feeling sad and uninterested in reading.
So we spent ALOT of talking about how you can read the pictures to help you make a guess or inference about what the story might be about. This freebie anchor chart might help you and your students remember how they can also read books when completing read to self or read to someone.
Download it free below!
I already have free online courses that you can complete here on my online courses site! There are some around Google apps and Seesaw; now adding flipped learning to it!
Check out the promo video below showing you what it comes with!
I used key learning examples and activities off teachers pay teachers to support the learning happening alongside syllables. But you can download this poster for free! Click on the pdf below to have this in your classroom too.
Mrs Priestley ICT blog is a place to read, download and view ideas!