• logo Welcome to another fantastic year!
    I am very excited to have your student in my class this year and am looking forward to a year full of learning, growth, and development.


    • Hello Everyone!  I miss seeing my math students and working with all the wonderful classes at Cedar Wood Elementary.  I know many teachers have sent work packets, as well access information for online programs like iReady and Pearson Math.  I am sharing a few extra resources for families during this time. Board and card games are a great way to explore mathematics and mathematical thinking.  Games that teach math: anything with dice, anything with cards, games where you keep score, anything where you advance pieces on a board. Some examples include:  Yahtzee, Uno, Monopoly, Checkers, Chess, Trouble, Sorry, Tiny Dots, Prime Climb. Have fun playing! 
    • BedTime Math App    The Bedtime Math app for iPhone/iPad or Android, available in both English and Spanish, is a great way for families with kids ages 3-9 to have fun with math together! Click for the daily math problem, a surprise problem, or any math problem in our archive, which you can browse to find your favorite topics.
    • Youcubed Apps & Games  Recommended games and apps from youcubed at Stanford University.  The goal is inspiring math through Growth Mindsets and Innovative Teaching. 

    New 3/30/20

    Math at Home  is from Bridges Math/Number Corner for grades K-5th, they have a daily number sense activity, practice pages, and online games.  There is no login or registration and the practice pages are in English or Spanish. 

    Check out my Flip Grid Math Talks with Mrs. Poyner  login with your school email.

    New grid on my Flipgrid page!  Notice & Wonder The Tacoma Dome


    Sarah Poyner Wallis