Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Free Autumn 120 Number Charts

If you are using the new Common Core Standards with your young students (especially in Grade 1), then you will probably need a nice collection of 120 charts.

Here is an Autumn Themed 120 Chart for students to fill in the missing numbers.

Autumn 120 Chart

I just added this document to my website! You will need to click on the picture above or the link below to go to the page where you can download this printable.


If you are in need of a completely filled in 120 chart, then just click on the following link to see one I offered in a previous post.


Happy Autumn!

I just added this


Friday, September 26, 2014

W!N Awesome Teacher Resources at Teacher Treasure Hunter's Blog

Melissa at Teacher Treasure Hunter is having an awesome giveaway or should I say several awesome giveaways at her blog. The giveaways are for Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade 3rd grade, and a combination giveaway for grades 4-5!

Teacher Resources Giveaway

My donation is for the Kindergarten Math Giveaway! (There is also an ELA giveaway.)
I am donating my Autumn / Fall Fun Counting Puzzles which has 24 fun counting puzzles.

Autumn / Fall Counting Puzzles

Math Counting Puzzles

Just click on the top picture to go to Melissa's blog to enter the giveaway!

Best of Luck and Happy Autumn!


Friday, September 19, 2014

Odd and Even Apple Coloring Freebie

Are your kids learning about ODD and EVEN numbers?

Here's a fun Apple Coloring Worksheet for the kids.

Apple Odd and Even Coloring

They will need some crayons or colored pencils (red and green) to complete this activity.

Just click on the picture above or link below to go to my website to grab this free printable.

If you'd like an odd and even worksheet with pumpkins, just click on the link below.

If you'd like an odd and even worksheet with turkeys, just click on the link below.

Happy Autumn!


Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Developing Proficiency with Addition Number Facts

Young students need to develop fluency with basic number facts to succeed in math. Lots of practice is needed! :)

Using a number chart or number table will help students develop proficiency and observe number patterns in math.

Here is an  Addition Table (that I quickly whipped up yesterday) with a fun autumn or fall theme that students can complete independently or with help. After completing the table they can identify and describe lots of patterns that they see with the numbers.

Fall Fun Addition Table

You can go over to my website to grab this freebie by clicking on the link below or the picture above to grab your free Fall Fun Addition Table.

Here are some other ideas to help students practice their addition number facts. Just click on the links below

Fun Addition Card Game

Fun Interactive Addition Games

Addition Picture Book for very young math students

Happy Autumn!


Saturday, August 30, 2014

Fun with Homophones

Homophones (words that sound the same but have different meanings) can sometimes be a little tricky and confusing for kids.

Clip art by http://edu-clips.com/

Here are a few resources to help you teach kids about these words.

A fabulous picture book!

Dear Deer - A Book of Homophones by Gene Barretta

This book is great for kids in grades 1-3 and can even be used as a review for students in grades 4-5.

Some of the many homophones included are: ate and eight, tail and tale, see and sea, bear and bare, blew and blue, plus herd and heard.

The illustrations are fabulous! :)

An online homophone tutorial


An online homophone game


Homonym Sorting Game (from my TpT store)

Homophones Sorting Game

These resources will be a great help for kids in learning about and reviewing those sometimes tricky homophones! They might even think homophones are fun! :)


Wednesday, August 20, 2014

TODAY One Day ONLY Back to School Sale

Today only, Teachers Pay Teachers is having a huge one day BOOST SALE!
Use the Promo Code BOOST to save extra!!!!

Back to School SALE at TpT

If you missed the last sale or still need a few items, then today is your day to shop! :)

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Math Fun with Place Value!

Place Value can be a difficult concept for some children to learn.

Students will need lots of practice to become experts on place value! Here are a few fun games and activities to help children practice and develop skill with this math concept.

Just click on the links below to get the directions for each activity.

Place Value Toss Game

Place Value Card Game

Printable Place Value Game

Place Value Book

Place Value Video and Online Quiz

Have fun with math!

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