Johanna Svalin

Johanna Svalin

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Idag när vi kom in i klassrummet satt det bilder på vårblommor på tavlan. Tillsammans klurade vi ut vad de heter och i vilken ordning vi brukar se dem blomma på våren. Jag valde sedan att titta närmare på blåsippan och vitsippan tillsammans med eleverna. Jag ger eleverna i uppdrag att tillsamm

Idag när vi kom in i klassrummet satt det bilder på vårblommor på tavlan. Tillsammans klurade vi ut vad de heter och i vilken ordning vi brukar se dem blomma på våren. Jag valde sedan att titta närmare på blåsippan och vitsippan tillsammans med eleverna. Jag ger eleverna i uppdrag att tillsamm

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This simple math game is a great fun way to help kids learn to count. You’ll need some LEGO DUPLO bricks, two characters, a small baseboard, and a large die. Each player chooses a character then rolls the die. Count out the corresponding number of bricks together and add them to your child’s tower. Whoever gets to ten first is the winner, or make it a larger number to challenge older children – can you get to 100?

This simple math game is a great fun way to help kids learn to count. You’ll need some LEGO DUPLO bricks, two characters, a small baseboard, and a large die. Each player chooses a character then rolls the die. Count out the corresponding number of bricks together and add them to your child’s tower. Whoever gets to ten first is the winner, or make it a larger number to challenge older children – can you get to 100?