Are you looking for some back to school activities that introduce the iPad and/or Seesaw to your students? Look no further. Below you can find a small collection of activities that you can use to help bring technology into the classroom the first few weeks of school.
Reading Room – Seesaw Read Alouds:
Interested in some back to school read alouds? Here you can find a Seesaw activity with links to 9 different read alouds for your scholars. Check it out, here.
Back to School with Seesaw:
Need a good activity to introduce your students to the Seesaw Tools? Look no further. This activity allows students to practice writing, typing, adding photos, and adding a screen recording video. This is perfect for new Seesaw users or as a way to teach and reinforce Seesaw procedures. Check it out, here.
Emotions Check In for Seesaw:
Looking for a way to do a quick emotions check in after the first week? Check out this super simple activity, here.
Selfie Bingo Keynote:
Looking to build your class community? Need a fun way for students to learn more about each other? Selfie Bingo on Keynote to the rescue. Share this keynote with students iPad. *Pro-Tip: Sharing Keynotes can be done really simply by airdropping through the classroom app. Want to learn more about the classroom app? Check out this tutorial.
Back to school with Seesaw:
Need to set procedures and routines within Seesaw? Modify and use this activity to re-introduce tools and best practices within Seesaw. Find this activity, here.
Who Are You? Seesaw activity:
Want a quick, tell me about yourself Seesaw activity? Check out our #WhoAreYou Selfie activity, here.
Habits of Mind: Strengths and Goals Seesaw activity:
Looking to have your students evaluate their strengths and goals? Check out this Habits of Mind: Strengths and Goals activity on Seesaw. Check it out, here!