Leila Sederholm

Leila Sederholm

Leila Sederholm
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A great way to practice measuring angles! Tape up desks with different colored tape and let students use marker on the table to write in the degrees! Students LOVE writing on the tables! (picture only)

What a fun idea for practicing finding missing angle measures! Students use tape and write on desk with dry erase markers. If only I was a childhood education major

Pi Day is on its way! Pi Day Activities!

Pi Day Bracelet and more low-prep STEM activities for the kids this March

Yksi enemmän/vähemmän: "ristinolla"

Yksi enemmän/vähemmän: "ristinolla"

Engage students with a variety of Fraction Number Puzzles that provide practice with equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and placing fractions on a number line. These are great for math stations or math centers. #fractions

Engage students with a variety of Fraction Number Puzzles that provide practice with equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and placing fractions on a number line. These are great for math stations or math centers.

Fraction Number Sense and Math Discourse Part 1

The Teacher Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Fraction Number Sense and Math Discourse Part 1

Building Math Confidence:  Revisiting Familiar Tasks

perseverance and math practices.teaching algebra thinking and helping struggling students grow as math thinkers!

How to Draw Cartoon Crab from Numbers "92" Easy Step by Step Drawing Tutorial for Kids

How to Draw Cartoon Crab from Numbers Easy Step by Step Drawing Tutorial for Kids - How to Draw Step by Step Drawing Tutorials

Use the classic game Twister to practice all sorts of math facts! A great way to get kids moving and learning at the same time!

Turn the classic game of Twister into a fun and easy math game! A great way to get kids moving and practicing important math facts at the…

Multiplication Twister. The mat has the products and the spinner has the facts. Ex. Call out 8x7, students must find 56 on the mat. Each dot has a different multiplication product, but you can make it according to the facts your students are studying.

Addition twister: call out an addition fact and have students find the answer on the mat. Great way to learn any math facts and can be adapted for subtraction, multiplication, or division for older students!