How to share Activities with students and teachers

💡 If you are new to using Activities, start here: How to use Activities in Seesaw

Share Activity links from Resource Library or Journal
Teachers can share activity/lesson links with teachers or students from the Journal Tab or Seesaw Library. To share links, tap on the [...] and select either Share Activity with Teachers or Get Student Link.

There are many ways that student Activity links can be helpful:

1. Teachers can paste Activity links into a Student Announcement as a way to tell students what to do each day or week. Once an announcement is sent, students will be notified and can tap the links to easily complete their daily Activities.
2. Teachers can also share student Activity links directly into Google Classroom or another learning management system.

Note: Student Activity links are specific to the Activity assigned to your class. Each Activity has a unique link for your class or subset of students assigned and links cannot be shared across multiple classes.

When students tap the link, they are brought directly to the Activity. Then they can:

  1. Add a response by tapping +Add Response.
  2. Finish their Draft if they have a draft response.
  3. View their completed response if they have already responded to the Activity.

Share an Activity Link with Teachers

Customize or create a new Activity and then share it with teacher friends, who can use the Activity in their own classes. Sharing Activities with teachers is only available on a computer/laptop at and is not available on iOS/Android. Student responses to the Activity will NOT be shared.

To share an Activity link with teachers directly from your ‘My Library’ tab:            

  1. Sign in to your Seesaw teacher account.
  2. Tap the green +Add button.
  3. Choose 'Assign Activity.'
  4. Go to your ‘My Library’ tab at the top of the Activity Library.
  5. Tap on the Activity you would like to share.
  6. Tap the [...] button, then 'Share Activity with Teachers.'

   7. Copy the Teacher Activity Link to send to other teachers via social media or email.

To share an Activity link with teachers from an Activity that has already been assigned in your class:

  1. Sign in to your Seesaw teacher account.
  2. Tap on the Activities tab.
  3. Find the Activity you would like to share.
  4. Tap the [...] button below the Activity.
  5. Tap 'Get Student Link.'
  6. At the bottom of that screen, choose the 'Get a Teacher Link Instead' option. 
  7. Copy the Activity Link to send to other teachers via social media or email. 

When teachers paste the Activity Link in a web browser, they will be prompted to 'Save Activity' to their ‘My Library’ tab. Once the Activity is saved they can share it with their students or customize it for future use. If teachers are not logged into Seesaw, they will need to log in before the Activity will save.

If you want to share an Activity with another teacher who does not have a Seesaw account yet, no problem! The teacher can view the Activity from the Activity link or they can visit the Seesaw Public Community Library to browse any grade level, subject area, and curriculum.


Share Activities to your Seesaw for Schools Library
With Seesaw for Schools, teachers can publish Activities to their School Activity Library to be used by all teachers at their school.

1. On an Activity, tap the [...] button and select Share Activity.

2. Find the option to Share to School & District Libraries. Tap Share.

3. Select the grade levels and subject areas relevant for your Activity.

4. Tap Share.

Once your Activity has been shared to your School Library, educators within your school can view, save, and assign the Activity with their students.

Print Activities and Activity QR Codes 
Tap Print Activity to download a PDF of the Activity so students can complete it offline or have a paper copy of resources. Printed Activities also include a QR code that students can scan to open the Activity in Seesaw. Teachers, students, and families can print Activities. 
  1. Tap the Activities tab.
  2. Tap the [...] button on any activity.
  3. Tap 'Print Activity' and print. 

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