Sunday, September 30, 2012

Numbers Galore Resources

Hello bloggy world! It’s been quite a while!! I have been swamped, but LOVING my new position. Sorry to have neglected you guys!

I have somewhat of an update on my Numbers Galore resource.  I have been getting TONS of questions and requests and as much as I would love to be able to accommodate all of them, time just doesn’t allow it!  So, I thought I would share all the versions I’ve made so far and maybe that would help a lot of people.  It’ll be a long one, but remember they’re FREE! Here we go:

Numbers Galore – ORIGINAL version
This version has both Print font and D’Nealian-style font. The ten frames are filled from left to right.

Numbers Galore – No Dots (Print Style Font)
This version has the Print style font and the ten-frames are unfilled so students can fill them as practice.

Numbers Galore-With Hyphens
This version has the Print style font and D’Nealian style font.  The number words (where necessary) also have a hyphen.

Numbers Galore-Spanish Version
This version has the Print style font and D’Nealian style font but it is done in Spanish.  (Numbers 0-20 only).

Numbers Galore-ABC Print Font
This version is done in ABC Print font.


I hope to eventually get this pack up to 180 with some place value stuff in it too.  But, for now…this is what we’ve got! :)

One question that I get a lot is “What are the circles on the right for?”  This is essentially part-part-whole.  The number provided (ex: 8) is the whole and students can put any two numbers that add up to the whole in the two part circles (ex: 3 and 5, 4 and 4, 1 and 7, etc.). Hope that makes sense!

If you have further suggestions or ideas, please let me know!

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Giveaway over at Technology Tailgate!

Hey friends! Just a quick note to say that you should head on over to…

Technology Tailgate

and enter the super awesome giveaway going on right now! You could win my planning paaaccckkk!!!!!!

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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Apple Fun!

Hello friends!  One of my hands-down favorite times of year is….you guessed it! FALL!! I love the weather {the little fall weather we get in Texas}, the pumpkin {including pumpkin spice lattes!!}, the holidays…I love it all! I also adore teaching things like apples and pumpkins!  So naturally, I put together some fun apple activities.  One of my most popular products has always been my Seed to Plant science activities.  So, I created an apple science activities and experiments pack! Stick with me…there’s a freebie at the end!!

This pack has all sorts of stuff in it! Here’s a thumbnail of what it includes:
It includes :
-Book suggestions when teaching about apples
-2 Graphic Organizers
-Apple Graphing Activity and recording sheet
-Rotten Apples! Experiment and recording sheet
-Apple Surprise! Experiment and recording sheet
-Parts of An Apple Activity and recording sheet
-Apple Taste Test Activity and recording sheet
-Sink or Float Experiment and recording sheet
-Applesauce Activity and recording sheet
I also have some other resources that are fun to use when teaching apples…
How adorable are these little apple rice krispie treats?  SO cute…now onto more educational resources! Smile
Here’s a fun video from Brain POP Jr. on Johnny Appleseed! LOVE me some Brain POP!
LOVE this song from Harry Kindergarten!!!!
And you gotta love Reading Rainbow!!!
And now for the FREEBIE!!! Smile
Here is a freebie for the life cycle of an apple!  Worksheet and larger sequencing cards for pocket chart use. Enjoy friends!!!
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Technology Tailgate!

Hi bloggy friends!!! I am now a contributor over at Technology Tailgate! So I’ll be posting there from time to time with tech tips.

Tonight I did a little post on an easy way to organize classroom signups, etc.  Head on over and check it out by clicking the picture below!

Happy weekend friends!!

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