This blog article is written by GAFE4Littles but it could be applied to any student. There are different options but the template could be adjusted to meet the needs of your mathematicians. If you are unsure how to use Sheets using a template like this, contact your LT and schedule an appointment.
If you like these ideas, check out the #GAFE4Littles edchat on Twitter. It’s a great way to connect with other educators, share and exchange ideas, and learn from others who are using Google products in their classrooms. This edchat is targeted for the early childhood crowd, but it can be applied to any elementary learner or above.
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