Some of you already use these but I wanted to share them with everyone. Bridges Math has these as part of their program. They are to be used as calendar cards. I love the one on the right because it can be taught with Book five 3-D shapes or just used as flash cards. Cube will become part of our COS next year so this will be good practice. The bear cards are for teaching positional words which will also be part of COS. I have posted several other sets here.
How cute is this? "Go For the Gold!" is a lot like racing bears. The directions are on the game board. I really like how the students must use mental math to solve the addition sentence before they can move. The whole game can be found here.
Some of these blogger amaze me! In this activity you use one die for the rainbow board, two dice for the leprechaun board, and three dice for the old lady board. The children can cover them with whatever but I thought gold coins would be fun! This can be found here.
Lil' Country Kindergarten blog spot is terrific!! Please take the time to check out her blog under my blog roll. What a fun way to work on place value! You can find this here.
This is also from Lil' Country Kindergarten. A lot of you loved the one she did for Dr. Seuss so I wanted to show you this one too. Head over to her blog and you can find it under 100 activities on the left of her blog.
Let's talk Science!
With all the changes coming in math it seems to be all that is on the brain! Don't forget to start making those pictures of your spring tree! I found a really cute season booklet for you to use. It can be found here. I would love for you to send me a picture of your spring tree!
I snapped this picture today in Gina Reischman's room at Weeden. Great job displaying a tree through the seasons!