Since we just had our first snowfall of the season and it's supposed to be 75 DEGREES!!! on Thursday, I decided to make this game a Spring theme. I hope you can use this in your classroom. It's sort of a math version of "sentence or not a sentence" game I've made before. In this game, the students need to solve an equation and then see if the answer is correct. There is a recording sheet to go with it! Enjoy.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
I never seem to have a group of kids that like what the kids the year before liked! So, the stuff I made for my last year's group isn't much of a hit, but they are going nuts for "making words" kind of games, and I don't have very many of them. So, I've made a few. Here is the first one, Penguins Waddle and it has a recording sheet to go with it.
Monday, February 6, 2012
Sunday, February 5, 2012
The Super Bowl is on, my lesson plans are done for the week and now I have a chance to post a game I made. I totally copped the idea from Heidi over at swampfrogfirstgraders.blogspot.com. If you haven't had the chance to see her wonderful blog, hop on over and take a peek. If I knew how to have all of the wonderful buttons like so many other blogs have, I'd have a button for Swampfrog as it's one of my favorites. Anyway, she called the game "Left, Center, Right" and you play using cards that have sight words on them. I remade the game using Fry's Fast Phrases. The directions are with the download. If you want the one with the sight words you can get it at Swampfrog. Enjoy!