Just in case you haven't seen these yet, I wanted to tell you about my cut-and-glue math workbooks. I have always enjoyed doing a lot of cutting and gluing activities in my classroom (hence, my cut-and-glue sight word sentences), but the idea came to me for 3 reasons:
1) For the past few years, I have had several advanced students who could read fairly well and do math, yet they had NO idea how to cut or how much glue to use.
2) I wanted to cover the standards in a way that was more engaging than your run-of-the-mill worksheet.
3) My students really enjoy cutting, gluing, and coloring but don't have enough opportunities to do these things.
So, I combined my goals and came up with Common Core Based Cut-and-Glue Math Workbooks for kindergarten (Some of the pages also work well in preschool.), first, and second grade. I use the kindergarten set both in my classroom and at home. Here are some pictures of my son (newly 4 years old) and my daughter (recently 5) doing a couple of pages at home:
|My son did a counting page.|
|My daughter did an addition page.|
Plus, you're in luck! I just finished my "Second Grade Math Common Core Cut-and-Glue Workbook: Summer Version!" I'm giving away 3 copies in my Teachers Notebook store! CLICK HERE to enter! The giveaway lasts thru Thursday, March 14th. If you don't win, you still have thru midnight on Friday to get a copy at 50% off!
Here are my cut-and-glue workbooks for spring if you would like to take a look:
Oh, and I almost forgot . . . I have a FREE set available for K & 1st if you want to try before you buy! Just CLICK HERE!
thanks for reading!