The Spanish version of this product will be coming soon!
It is always difficult for me to give speaking and explanation assessments in Kindergarten because it takes a long time and leaves the rest of the students to work “independently.” So, I created these activities so my students could self-assess using Seesaw.
This product is intended for the beginning of the year with students new to Seesaw. As a result, most of the student actions involve scanning, recording, and using the draw feature or the arrow feature to show their counting. Students are not required to type or use labels. Additionally, I designed this product for students to practice counting skills (one to one, last number counted = total number of objects) within 10. While there are rote counting activities up to 100 and number recognition to 20, the counting objects activities go up to 10. I plan to create another product for numbers 10-20 that will be "harder" than these activities and require students to demonstrate number sense and base ten knowledge.
This product contains a ZIP file of a PDF and a folder of PNG images of activities and assessments in English for use with Seesaw. It also includes images of QR codes with video examples I recorded for EACH ACTIVITY.
This file contains:
Activities for number recognition up to 5.
Activities for number recognition up to 10.
Activities for number recognition 10-20.
Activities for to practice/assess counting objects up to 5 in linear, array, and circular orientations.
Activities for to practice/assess counting objects up to 10 in linear, array, and circular orientations.
Activities for to practice/assess counting objects up to 5 where students must write their answer.
Activities for to practice/assess counting objects up to 10 where students must write their answer.
Activities for students to record themselves counting up to 10 (two activities), up to 30, and up to 100 by ones, tens, and fives.
A "exemplar" version of each activity recorded by me and available to students to view by scanning the provided QR codes.
Instructions for use!!
Credit to: Whimsy Clips, Creative Clips, KG Fonts, and Gabby's Classroom.