Sierpinski's Triangle: Rolph Literacy Academy students' creation

November 15, 2017

One of the best parts about working at Fundamental Learning Center is seeing what our Rolph Literacy Academy students, ages 5-10, are learning in class. The way our instructors teach core subjects using multisensory teaching —  visual, auditory and kinesthetic methods — is creative, fun and truly works.


Teacher Miss Dorothy teaches a class using German educator Frederich Froebel's gifts, which are a set of materials used to teach the children the foundational skills of math, physics, science and design. In that class the students started folding shapes using a two-dimensional circle, and today they presented a Sierpinski's triangle. In the video below, the students will share what they learned about this type of triangle.






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