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Math Workshop with Seesaw(activity for educators)

**This activity is for educators only.** ***Do not assign this activity to your students.*** Hi, my name is Jen. I teach 3rd grade in Haddonfield, NJ and I'm a Seesaw Ambassador. During remote, hybrid, and in person learning, Seesaw has been consistently used with my students in all subject areas. In this video, I talk about transitioning my virtual math workshop to back in the classroom math workshop. Seesaw holds my students accountable for quality work and the student to teacher communication features have been so valuable. Watch my example video to watch how I transitioned to in-person math workshop where Seesaw is a station each day. It allows me to work in small groups while my students who are not working with me are completing quality activities. I can not only see and read their work but I can also listen or watch my students work through a math problem.

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These activities are just a few of my favorites that I use during my math workshop. I have attached some of my favorite activities for:addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, time, and fractions.