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Butterfly Bingo Dotter Symmetry Fun and a FREEBIE

Last week I shared photos of my sweet young friends creating butterfly window decorations using the wax from discarded crayons. I also seized the opportunity to teach symmetry and apply the concept by decorating butterflies with bingo dotters. The project was SUPER SIMPLE and I am so happy to walk you

RAINBOW FEVER

This week I came to the realization that I am done with winter. I’m tired of cold, snow, wind, ice, sleet, and gray skies.  So I began a personal crusade in my classroom to get rid of every wintery image. Snowflakes, snowmen, blue decor, everything – GONE. My new mantra has

A Fabulous 100th Day of School

My class celebrated the 100th Day of School this week and it was a blast! The highlight of our celebration featured the fashions of 100 objects. That’s right… all students in the class created a special t-shirt for the occasion and proudly wore 100 objects on their shirt. Some students

Hands-On Measurement FREEBIE for Kindergarten

My kinders are learning about measurement this week. Today we were working on the Common Core standard K.MD.2 to describe and compare measurable attributes. If you’re a follower of the blog, you’ll know that I LOVE hands-on learning, but I also need to CHECK my students work to be certain

Solid Figures: Manipulatives, Worksheets and a FREEBIE!

My students have been learning about solid figures and using some really great resources in the classroom. We began the unit of study by creating a chart of the six basic solid figures (cone, sphere, cube, pyramid, cylinder, and rectangular prism.) We discussed the shapes we see on the side

Subtracting to Decompose Numbers – Still Interacting with the Common Core!

Wow! I am thrilled to received such a positive response from my Decomposing Numbers Addition Activity Sheets. A number of people requested subtraction pages as well. You want it, you got it! Decomposition by Subtraction! Did you miss the addition post? You should check it out! Getting Interactive with the

Getting Interactive with the Common Core: Decomposing Numbers

I am always looking for fun, simple, interactive ways to do math with my kinders. I especially like activities that they can become independent at, but produce something so parents can see what we’ve been working and I can evaluate student progress. And, like my students, I am very tired

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