All resources in NC Seesaw Teachers K-2

NC.2.L.1 - Frog Research Activity / Life Cycle of a Frog

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This activity has students learning all about Frogs!  Students will watch a brief video about frogs and complete a tree map that includes headings for "Where They Live," "What They Look Like," and "What They Eat."  These can be changed to meet the needs of your students.  Next, students will label the different parts of a frog's body.  Students also have a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast frogs with toads.  There is an interactive Frog Life Cycle, where students will use images to place different aspects of the frog's life cycle in order.  Early finishers can enjoy a final activity - learning how to draw a frog.

Material Type: Diagram/Illustration, Interactive

Author: Natalie Mercer

Unknown Word Meanings

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Students will be identifying word meanings using strategies.  Students will read/listen to a sentence, look for clues, then write the clue words to determine what the unknown word means.  Then students will take a picture to show what the unknown word means.   

Material Type: Interactive, Teaching/Learning Strategy, Vocabulary

Author: Christine Joyner

Retell a story

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Students will listen to an Earth Day book of their choice and then use the drawing tool to retell the story using illustrations.  Students can type why it is their favorite Earth Day book and why.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Interactive

Author: Amy Aycock

Seesaw, 2nd Grade, Comparing 3-Digit Numbers

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Students will compare two three-digit numbers based on the value of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using >, =, and < symbols and record the results of comparisons. NC.2.NBT.4: This standard calls for students to apply their knowledge of NC.1.NBT.1 and NC.1.NBT.3 by examining the value of the digits within two three-digit numbers in order to compare them. (NC DPI Unpacking)

Material Type: Interactive

Author: Sonja Hayes