First Grade Math
Explain Your Math in SeeSaw
First graders use many hands-on materials during math. In this introductory activity, first graders will practice using the Drawing tool on top of a photo they have taken and then record their voice to reflect on their learning.
- It’s a great way for you, the teacher, to quickly see and hear from all of your students.
- You can get a glimpse into their thinking and hear the steps they used in solving a problem.
- After any math lesson you teach, share this activity with your students.
- To do this activity with students… 1. Like ♡ then share this activity by tapping the Share button. 2. Students sign in to Seesaw. 3. Students follow the steps to complete the activity.
Making 10 with SeeSaw Emojis
Students use two different emojis from the iPad keyboard to make as many 10 equations as they can.
Assessing math fluency one-on-one can be time-consuming. With SeeSaw you can have students record their understanding and review to assess as convenient.
Place Value Tens and Ones
- Students Count the ten sticks and ones and write the number.
- Then they circle two examples and record themselves explaining their thinking.
- Click on the activity to save it.
OR Place Value Hundreds Tens and Ones:
Charts and Data Review
- Students review a chart and then explain their understanding.
100 Days on SeeSaw
- In the first activity students bring in 100 of an item, organize them to count them and then photo and describe them.
- In the second activity students use the SeeSaw wide pen tool to show 100 by marking 10 groups of 10 gumballs.
See many other 100 Days Activities on SeeSaw: