1. Find some paper. 2. Draw a picture of what you did at the weekend. Did you ride your bike? 🚴🏼♀️ 🛴 Did you relax at home? 😌 Did you go for a walk? 🏃🏻♀️ Did you play a game? ⚽️ 🎲 Did you make something? 🧁 🧩 3. Ask mum or dad to rule some lines for you. 4. Write 2 or 3 sentences about what you did. 5. Use the yellow Alphabet card to help you. 6. Take a photo of your picture and writing. 7. Click the Read your writing and tell me about your picture. 8. Click the to save your work.
When students use the microphone tool and add their voice to Seesaw posts you the teacher gain deeper insight into their thinking. It’s one of the easiest ways for learners to tell you what they know. This is a great activity to do right after students finish writing a story. Students take a photo of their writing and tap the microphone to read their writing. This makes it easy for you to see and hear how your emergent writers are connecting letters, sounds, concepts of print, and reading. To do this activity with students… 1. Like ♡ then share this activity by tapping the green Share button. 2. Students sign in to Seesaw. 3. Students follow the steps to complete the activity.