After reading the book "I Like Myself" by Karen Beaumont please complete the following activity. Please see the :link if you would like to reread. 1. Think of words you would use to describe yourself. These are called your "characteristics." 2. Some of your "characteristics" are things people can see but other things describe the "type of person you are." For example, I am "tall" (people can see this) and I am also "kind" (this is the type of person I am.) 3. Once you have thought of some great descriptive words. Please complete the following. 4. Tap the add button. 5. Take a photo of yourself! 6. Tap the label tool to add the words to your picture that describe you. 7. Tap the check to add to your journal.
"I Like Myself" by Karen Beaumont is a great story about loving yourself for who you are. This activity is designed help students explore the ideas of personal characteristics, colorful vocabulary and Seesaw basics. Knowing how to explore imbedded links, take a photo, add labels and explore the font design features in Seesaw are important skills for showing learning. Students can visually represent new vocabulary, document an experiment, or describe a math concept. Blending pictures and text helps your students “show what they know” in your classroom, and in Seesaw it’s easy for teachers to see all of the students’ photos in one place. This activity works great at the beginning of the school year as you’re learning about your students. It’s also a great opportunity for peers to get to know one another. To do this activity with students… 1. Share this activity by tapping the green Share button. 2. Students sign in to Seesaw. 3. Students follow the steps to complete the activity.