I couldn’t resist making a last minute activity for Friday & wanted to share:)
You can download it free in my TpT store or my Teachers Notebook shop.
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Have a Seussy Fun week!
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Here is a freebie to help your students work on recognizing & matching opposites. It can be assembled as a file folder game or a table game, and has a response sheet for reinforcing skills. Enjoy!
Download from my TpT
store or my Teachers Notebook
I was so excited when I discovered I have 100 followers for my Teachers Pay Teachers store! I think that calls for a freebie:)
You can download the file free from my TpT store
or my Teachers Notebook
I love Groundhog Day! My students always get so excited when we read a story about Phil, make predictions, and then watch the news video online to check if he sees his shadow. I made this graphing activity to use with my class, I hope you have fun with your class too. February 2nd is right around the corner!
You can download it free from my TpT store or my Teachers Notebook shop. Enjoy!
Here’s link with some history about Groundhog Day from the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club.
Deedee at Mrs. Wills Kindergarten blog posted about the devastation in Joplin, and how difficult it has been for the teachers & students in the community. Her post rallied us bloggers to show our love and generosity, and I’m proud to say we did! Read about it HERE, and what you can still do to help out.
In the spirit of giving, here’s a freebie for you to enjoy with your class. It’s a great whole group activity, and once you teach them how to play, it can be used in your math centers. It has three levels of differentiation. Enjoy!
You can download this free at my TpT store or Teachers Notebook shop.
I received The Versatile Blogger Award! Thanks to Haley at Following Optimism for this awesome recognition!
1. Thank the person who nominated you! Thank you, Haley!!!
2. Tell 7 Things About Yourself (See Below)
3. Nominate 15 Newly Discovered Blogs and let them know they’ve received the award!
Seven Things About Myself:
1. I was born in Attleboro, MA…now I live in Orlando, FL
2. I’m a Boston Red Sox fan (see above).
3. I Love Books!
4. I love to read!
5. I’m crafty.
6. My favorite subjects are history & science.
7. I love stalking blogs for freebies, feels like Christmas…lol
Fifteen Blogs I have recently found that I think are awesome!: (in no particular order, and of course the list could be a lot longer:)
1. Lisa @ Lisa’s Kinderland
2. Mrs. McElveen @ Whooo Loves Kindergarten
3. S. Parker @ Learning with Mrs. Parker
4. Ruth @ A Child’s Place
5. Alessia @ Mrs. Albanese’s Kindergarten
6. Caitlin @ Kindergarten Smiles
7. Clutter–Free Classroom
8. Ashley @ The Polka Dot Patch
9. Marlana @ Lil’ Country Kindergarten
10. Sue @ The Very Busy Kindergarten
11. Sara @ Kindergarten is a Hoot
12. Lindsay & Kerri @ Teacher Bits and Bobs
13. Mrs. Carroll @ First Grade Parade
14. Cindy @ Mrs. Gilchrist’s Class
15. Deedee @ Mrs. Wills Kindergarten
Six awesome bloggers are teaming up and giving away a sled full of resources! Head over to Mrs. Albanese’s Blog for the details on how to enter. Hurry, contest closes on Jan. 5th!
Wow, it’s been a busy month!
I’m linking up with TBA’s Holiday Recipe Swap. This is one of my favorites and always requested when we’re having a potluck. I hope you enjoy it:)
1 can Whole Kernel Corn (white or yellow, your choice)
1 can Creamed Corn
1/2 to 1 box Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix (your preference for consistency) (I use one box)
1/3 cup Milk
1/2 stick Butter
1/2 cup Sugar
Drain Whole Kernel Corn. Mix everything together in large bowl. Pour into 8×8 pan, pie plate or small casserole dish. Bake about 45 minutes at 350 degrees until firm and golden brown. Can be doubled or tripled. If you use a deeper dish you will need to add to the cooking time.
Check out the other wonderful holiday recipes at TBA, and link up too!
Santa and his trusty elf have arrived to help your students practice recognizing, comparing and ordering numbers 1-30! This is a fun whole group activity, then once introduced can be used as a partner game or in small groups.
You can download this freebie in my Teachers Notebook Shop or my TpT shop.