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Tony Clarke

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Design ✨Your OWN Seesaw 👁‍🗨💬 Activity!

You have completed lots of Seesaw activities, but have you ever wanted to create your OWN? Here is your chance!👍 🤔 Think about what type of activity you want to create. Who is your audience ( PP-1, 2-3, 4-6). What do you want them to learn? Is it going to be facts, skills or attitudes. 🙄 You need to thinks about what they will interact with when completing your activity. You may need to search the Web for pictures📸, video🎥 or links🔗 for your activity. 1. Tap add 2. Give your activity a name and write a series of steps or instructions. Try to use the Seesaw Icon Shortcuts. 3. Design your activity on page 2. and 3. If you need more pages just add more. Try to make your activity interesting for the student and possibly multi-page. 4. Create your own 'Learning Intention' and 'Success Criteria.' Possibly make a check list or rubric with the skill or requirements for a successfully completed activity. 5. Tap check when finished.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Home Learning, STEAM
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity has been created to allow students to look behind Seesaw and think about what goes into creating these Seesaw activities. I have include a few links to sites that hopefully give them the resources and examples to create their own. As with all Seesaw activities they are only limited by their own imagination and creativity.

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