Friday, April 27, 2012

Freebie: reading response forms

Hi, me again!

Popping in again twice in one week to share with you some reading response sheets I created.
If you see anything here you'd like altered, let me know, or if you have a suggestion for more unique pages, I;ll create those too!

Get the complete file in pdf here.


Also posted this week: addition Doubles. Click link or browse my blog!

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday

Freebie: Addition Doubles Posters

Hi all!

I just finished remaking and uploading my Addition Doubles Posters to Google Docs. Please Enjoy!

Two years ago I used these in my grade 2 classroom as an introductory doubles lesson, and then posted them on my wall as a visual reminder for my students. They enjoyed them, and I hope you do to!

I claim no ownership of ANY of the clipart, as I found it all online on sites listing them as free clipart. A few I modified to fit my needs.

Please enjoy and share!

Mrs. D

Here are a few samples, see all ten in the pdf.

How do you teach doubles?

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday

Monday, April 23, 2012

Freebie: Geometric Shape cards

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday

Please note, after I made these I noticed I had marked them all with the name of my everyday blog... oops! But since it's still mine, and i'm lazy, I'm leaving it as is, please enjoy!

When I had my own classroom I made a set of these on my classroom computer to put on my wall, and to use in my introductory geometry lesson. Since I don't have access to them anymore, I've recreated them here for you and for me to use if i find a classroom again after maternity leave.

The Basic Shapes:

Two possible names for this one, depending on how you teach shapes:
Rhombus, AKA Diamond

Additional Shapes:

I hope you like them! 

If there are any other shapes you'd like to see included in the set, let me know, and I'll try to include them.

Please link back to me if you share these, thanks!

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Pinterest Finds: School treats!

As my daughter sleeps in my lap, refusing to wake up, I decided to revive my teaching blog, even though I don't know when I'll get the chance to teach again.

 I've recently become addicted to Pinterest because of all the awesome ideas I find there. If I ever teach again, these are ideas I'm definitely stealing!

Today: School treats
 Here are some you may also enjoy:

 1. Mustache Suckers
2. Bunny Tails
source It's all fiddleart
3. Bunny Envelopes
source: Martha
4. Carrots in Dirt
source: our dish
5. Carrot Bags
6. Bunny Tubes
source: livinglocurto
7. Caped crusaders
source: Family Fun
8. Pretty wrapped Granola or candy bars (or chocolate!)
source: frugal girls
9. Marshmallow Snowmen
source: speckled egg
10. Tic tac Toe
source: creations by kara

Do you provide anything creative for snacks or school parties?
Have your students families provided anything creative?

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