All Flakes Welcome!
Are you looking for a fun wintry way to review addition and subtraction math facts?
Try these frosty flakes!
Students can simply do one page as a skill sheet for a table top lesson or you can cut out the flakes and assemble them into an igloo booklet filled with 10-snowflake fact pages.
Make it a bit more special by adding student photographs.
I've also included a certificate of praise.
Click on the link to view/download the Frosty Flake packet.
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"There are few things as uncommon as common sense." -Frank McKinney Hubbard
123 Count With Me booklets are based on a ten frame. They are easy readers that cover a variety of math standards, at the same time incorporating reading and helping students practice fine motor skills, as they cut and glue the appropriate group/set to the matching numbered box.
Use these little booklets for Daily 5, a math center, independent activity when students have completed their regular work, easy plug in’s for substitutes, and great school-home connections.
For March I’ve designed 123 Count Shamrocks With Me, as well as 123 Count Kites With Me.
Make these booklets part of your monthly activities and empower your students. Once you have explained and modeled how to do the first booklet, your students get down to business, and can work independently on their booklets from then on.
This frees the teacher up to work 1-on-1 with other children.
Each booklet comes with more standard-based activities: a graphing extension, a +1 more skill sheet, traceable word and number cards and a certificate of praise.
Children enjoy using stickers, X’s, or a bingo dauber to fill in the appropriate boxes of the ten frame.
These also make great table top worksheets. Do one page a day and collect. When students have done all 10 pages staple their booklet together and read aloud as a whole group to reinforce concepts of print.
Your students will enjoy making, collecting and sharing all of the 123 Count With Me booklets with their families.
If you’d like to look at the rest of the 123 Count With Me collection, click on the link and scroll down.
There are some for each of the past months. I will be designing more for April and May when the collection will be complete.
If you don't see a counting booklet that fits your needs, or have a suggestion for a new one, feel free to contact me. email@example.com I design new things every day especially based upon viewers requests.
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