This weeks freebie is going to be my word family houses worksheets. You can get them all for free by clicking on the Facebook Fan Freebie Picture and then liking my facebook page. If you would like to learn more about the word family houses click on the picture or the link above.
There is a new Facebook Fan Freebie up today. Click on the image below to get it.
I've uploaded a new Facebook fan freebie for the week. If you'd like to see what it is you can go to my Facebook Fan Freebie page. Hint: It has to do with first grade math.
There have also been some great texts sets posted to text set library this week.
If you would like to include one of your text sets to the site just visit the submit you text set page and fill out the form.
I had so much fun creating the last two reading charts that I decided to create a few more. So here is a giraffe and elephant reading chart for you to download.
I also created a new page to put all of the reading charts in the same place so if you missed last weeks you'll be able to find them here on my Reading Charts page.
If your wondering why I put the numbers as 26 on one and 27 on the other one, that's just how many circles and spots I was able to fit on the animals.
Well, its been a long year but today's the last day of school in my school district. I'm looking forward to a nice summer. So it's probably too late for you to use these in your classroom this year, but for all of the parents out their who want to keep their kids busy reading this summer I've created two new reading charts. You can have them color in a square for each book or each chapter they read, and then have a decided on award for them when they finish.
And here is something that I created last year. It's a summer reading wish list. It's a great way to have your kids plan out what they want to read over the summer.
I've been working on a set of make 10 hidden picture worksheets. In these worksheets all of the addition problems sums are 10. Kids find out what the hidden picture is by using different colors determined by which way 10 was made. So 6+4 is a different color than 7+3.
You can download a free worksheet below.
Hope everyone is having a great end of year.
I've just completed a new addition practice game called, A very hungry mouse. This game is played with a set of dice so students get to practice their addition facts with sums up to 12. For those of you who are teaching in states that use the common core standards. I've started to include which standards are met in each of these games. This game aligns with the CCSS.Math.Content.1.OA.C.6 standard of Adding and subtracting within 20.
Here is the second version of this math Christmas board game. This game board allows your kids to practice their additions facts with sums of 15-19
Here is a free addition board game that I hope you enjoy. Your kids get to follow the Christmas lights around the wreath to reach the star in the middle. This game will help students practice addition for problems with sums on 10-14.
It comes with a set of flash cards as well.
I'm planning on making some other versions of the game as well to practice other addition facts so stay tuned.
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