If you need to find all the answers to your questions about Seesaw, you are in the right place! I've put here all the useful information, tips, and tricks about Seesaw!
Getting started with Seesaw
New to Seesaw? Let's get started with Seesaw.
Join Free Seesaw Workshop to learn Seesaw basics
Together we'll learn how to:
1) create an account
2) create a new class and let your students in
3) make your first fun activity in Seesaw!
How to add a family member
See all the details in this post. But for remote learning it's better to use just a Class app, without getting a Family app.
How to use Google Slides in Seesaw
Many teachers have asked me how to add Google Slides to Seesaw so that moveable pieces could work. There is a way!
- Step 1: Prepare your Google Slides set
- Step 2: Create an assignment in Seesaw and add the Google Slides set
- Step 3: Add the Google Slides set
- How a student joins a class in Seesaw
- How a student sees the assignment in Seesaw
- How a student turns in the assignment on desktop
- How a teacher sees who responded to the assignment in Seesaw
- How a student turns in the assignment on a tablet
Activities for Seesaw
What activities can you use right now? Start by using the Community library in Seesaw.
You can also check out ready to use activities with your students I've created. Practice sight words, phonics, CVC words, read sentences, practice addition and subtraction, etc.
Learn how to create Seesaw activities yourself
Join SEESAW GENIE. Together we'll start with Seesaw basics, dive deeper with tricks, and learn how to create engaging and interactive activities!
More tips and tricks about Seesaw
- If you have any questions about Seesaw, check out help center first.
- When using a labeling tool, students can add not only text but also emojis.
- Use folders for organization.
- Collaborate with co-teachers.
- Add skills to activities.
- With Seesaw Plus or Seesaw for Schools, you can schedule activities.
- When you create activities and add instructions, always have the page "Seesaw Icon Shortcut" open in a new tab. The dotted square in the top left of the page hides all the tools that fill the bottom of the page. When you click the dotted square it becomes a pen. Click the pen to get the tools back.
Q: What tips about Seesaw do you know?