Monday, March 5, 2012

Ways To Make 7, 8, 9 and 10

Here's a review game.  I didn't put the directions but it's very simple.  Students pick a flower and solve the math equation and then place it over/around the correct flower pot.  When they are finished they can write all of the ways (equations) to make the numbers in order.  If I have time I will make recording sheets for these.

10 comments:

  1. This is so cute! Great review for my kiddos. Thanks for sharing it
    Rowdy in First Grade

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  2. Adorable, my students will love it, thanks for sharing your creativity. Jodi

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  3. This is great! Just in time for my next round of math tubs. Thanks!

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  4. Hi,
    I have not been able to contact you from the info on the contact me section. I had a question about the pirate treasure map. You said that one of the things you give the kids is a copy of the map symbols sheet. Do you have a copy of it? This goes perfectly with our IB planner on maps. I LOVE it! You are so talented and generous to share all that you do! My email is lovetoteachfirst@yahoo.com Thanks again! Karen

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  5. I REALLY want to make my own mini sight word finds for my daughter (she loves yours), but I haven't been able to get the fonts to show up well when they're tiny (I've tried both MS Paint and Paint Shop Pro). When I print the ones I make, they are too blurry to work well. Is there a program I need to get or what? I'd REALLY appreciate it if you could let me know how I can replicate your wonderful idea.

    I also wouldn't complain at all if you were inclined to make more haha! Your mini word finds are so much better than any similar ones I've been able to find on the web. My daughter gets her little magnifying glass and looks for and writes every single word without complaint and is so pleased when she's completed the recording sheets. It's her favorite thing to do during our homeschooling time besides art and it frees up 10 minutes or so for me to help one of her other siblings. I would buy these, not even kidding. Thank you!

    ~Wendy
    breezybest@gmail.com

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  6. Check out my blog for a St. Patrick’s Day necklace craft http://petersonsprimarypeeps.blogspot.com/

    Michelle

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  7. Just came across your blog - its so cute!! Would love it if you could come and visit mine. :)


    Second Grade Sugar and Spice

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  8. I just found your blog and I'm your newest follower!

    Angela
    The Daily Alphabet

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  10. This is super cute! Thanks for sharing :)

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