Third Grade Math
Show What You Know in SeeSaw
Students will have the opportunity to learn to use the photo and drawing tools to share their math work.
- This activity is used after students finish their math work, whether that be with hands-on math materials or paper and pencil.
- After any math lesson you teach, share this activity with your students. They will take a photo, use the drawing tools to draw on top of the photo, and tap the microphone to explain their math work. You can get a glimpse into their thinking and hear the steps they used in solving a problem.
Multiples of 10 in SeeSaw
Students complete the problems. Then students choose one problem and using the microphone tool, explain their understanding.
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.
- Click on the SeeSaw activity to save it, edit and reuse it.
- See the complete lesson plan: Using SeeSaw for Math Assessment and Documenting Growth
Students will add the numbers represented by the blocks. As they manipulate the blocks to show their thinking they will record themselves explaining.