Monday, May 11, 2015

Cute Counting Turtles!

Yesterday was Mother's Day.  I had to pick up my daughter, Megan, and husband at the airport.  They had spent the weekend in South Carolina house-hunting.  Before I could get them, however, I had to get the SNOW off of my windshield!  How crazy is that?



I have a friend who is going back into teaching after several years off.  She is overwhelmed by how to make all of the math and language centers she is going to need, so I decided to help her out.  I started by making this cute math matching game for numbers.  There are so many ways you could use it.



  • You could make two copies of each page, cut them out and let the students play Memory with the cards.
  • Layout cards with a missing number and let the student find the correct number.  (Example ___, 4, 5 and have the student search for the 3).
  • Give them the set of turtles mixed up and have them place them in order.
  • Make this into a file folder game.  Glue the number cards onto the inside of a file folder.  Cut out the number words and have the student match them to the numbers attached to the file folder.
This freebie will be part of a packet I plan to make and sell in my Teachers Pay Teachers store.  The complete packet will include zero and ten, as well as counting dots, simple addition facts and tallies.  It will be in both color as well as black and white.  Click on the picture below to get your free sample!


http://freepdfhosting.com/8e02d910f6.pdf
 


Now to a fellow Teachers Pay Teachers Freebie.  With the end of the school year in mind hclark has a perfect activity that will keep your students writing.  Click on the picture below to see her freebie craftivity that has students remembering all of the good things that happened throughout the year!
 
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Beginning-or-End-of-the-Year-Writing-Craftivity-FREEBIE-What-I-Loved-About-1284840
 

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for featuring my freebie! I hope others will find it helpful. It won't be long I'll be using it myself to help my students reflect on their year! :-)

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