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Friday, February 24, 2017

Five for Friday

I am linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching
to share 5 things that may help you in your classroom.

This color by code is a fun and engaging way to practice color and number words.
 This color by code reviews teen numbers to reveal a fun summer scene.
This "Ee Queen" craft reviews "ee" words by having students cut and paste pictures to the matching words.
These Bunnies and Carrots Write and Wipe cards make a fun center for students to make comparisons of greater than, less than or equal to.  There are 12 cards included. 
If you do not want to use it as a Write and Wipe center, there are cards included that correspond to a recording sheet.
Lastly, if your students are struggling behaving in the lunchroom, this packet can help.  Students complete a sort of good and bad manners.
Then, they complete a craft and writing piece.  The boy and girl crafts can be individualized to your students by using red, brown, black, yellow, etc. paper to copy the hair.  The faces can also be individualized by copying onto different colors.  There are 4 different choices of writing paper.  Two of the writing papers come with picture boxes.
This activity is also great to use after reading Manners in the Lunchroom by Amanda Doering Tourville.

Hope you have a great weekend!

Thursday, February 23, 2017

St. Patrick's Day~ Color by Code

Do your students need a fun and engaging way to practice number words?  These printables are perfect for morning work, fast finisher activities, to leave with a sub, etc.  Students will have fun coloring a beautiful St. Patrick's Day picture while reviewing number words.
To see these in my store, click here.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

First Grade Math Centers~ For any Theme

I have just added First Grade Math Centers to my store. 
This packet is non themed, so the centers can be used anytime of the year.

Here's what's included:

Matching Time to the Hour and Half Hour:
 Counting Up to 30:
 Number Words:
 Greater Than, Less Than, Equal to
 True/False Equations:
 Open and Closed Shapes:
 Counting Sides:
 Addition Sentences:
 Equal/Not Equal Parts:
 Add 3 Numbers, Use Doubles:
 Count Up and Down by 2's:
 Count Up and Down by 3's:
 Count Up and Down by 5's:
 Count Up and Down by 10's:
 Missing Signs:
 Subtract with Pictures:
 Ordering Numbers~ Least to Greatest:
 Fractions:
Comparing Review (which has fewer):
 Count by Tens:
 Subtracting (one-digit numbers from two-digit numbers):
 Patterns:
 Shapes in the Environment:
Fractions for the Group: 
Read a Thermometer: 
Fractions for the Whole: 
 Comparing Fractions:
 Add 3 Numbers:
You can find these centers here.