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Students use creative tools in the Seesaw app or website to complete classroom activities like "Multiples Exploration"

Andy Leiser

Student Instructions

Multiples Exploration

Tap the add button to begin working on this Activity. Tap the Label tool (shrink the keyboard on a tablet). Drag the tools to show what you know on the hundreds chart. πŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”· Change this part to express your explicit learning goals. πŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”·πŸ”ΆπŸ”· Use the ink to show other observations you make, or write out fact families in the work space. Post your work (Optional) Record your voice and use the arrow to explain what you’re showing.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Math, STEAM
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

This activity is designed to be customized to meet your multiples learning needs. There are 33 red highlight labels to drag onto the hundreds chart to represent multiple, patterns, and more. They are transparent so that the numbers remain visible. There ten blue counting labels numbers 1-10. To drag in order onto multiples to show which multiple of that number is represented. There are seven blackout tiles to create mystery pockets, block out numbers, or be removed from atop other labels to create an interactive experience. Tap the three dots (...) to Copy and Edit this Activity and make it your own. Change the title and student instructions to meet your multiple learning needs. Consider β€œMultiples of 3s Exploration” as the title. Students can use the ink to first explain their thinking in the work space.