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Logging in to Seesaw

Seesaw makes it easy for everyone to log in by providing one starting point for all users (app.seesaw.me). Which button to click on that page depends on how you wish to use Seesaw.

For students working from home on a computer:

  1. Go to app.seesaw.me and click I’m a Student.
  2. Choose your method for logging in – scanning the QR code or manually entering the 16-character code on the Home Learning Code PDF provided by your classroom teacher.
  3. Students will then be able to view and complete activities provided by their teachers.

 

For students working from home on a tablet*:

  1. Download the Seesaw Class app, available for many devices.
  2. Choose your method for logging in – scanning the QR code or manually entering the 16-character code on the Home Learning Code PDF provided by your classroom teacher.
  3. Students will then be able to view and complete activities provided by their teachers.

*The Class App will work on a phone, but we do not recommend this method.

 

For parents working from home on a computer:

  1. Go to app.seesaw.me and click I’m a Family Member.
  2. Enter your email and password and click the Family Sign In button.
  3. If you have not yet created a family account, please refer to the email from your classroom teacher that contained the family invitation link. (Student Home Learning codes do not work for creating a family account.)
  4. Family members will then be able to view completed student work and receive messages from teachers.

 

For parents working from home on a tablet or phone:

  1. Be sure to set up your family account on a computer using the family invitation link provided by your classroom teacher. (Student Home Learning codes do not work for creating a family account.)
  2. Download the Seesaw Family app, available for many devices.
  3. Click Family Sign In or log in with your Google account.
  4. Family members will then be able to view completed student work and receive messages from teachers.

 

Here are some helpful links to help you learn more about how to use Seesaw.