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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Happy New Year Blog Hop--and a Winter FREEBIE!

Happy New Year! 
First of all, I want to wish you a prosperous, happy, and healthy New Year. Then, I would like to invite you to "hop" through our blogs, grabbing some FREEBIES and taking a look at our winter and New Year themed items. 

My featured item is one of my all-time favorites, the Kindergarten Math Cut-and-Glue Workbook for Winter

I LOVE these sets for 3 reasons:
1) This workbook (and similar sets for each season/holiday) covers ALL of the Common Core Standards for kindergarten math. So, using all of the pages lets you know that your students have practiced every CC concept! 
2) These sets help students practice their math AND fine motor skills! Plus, my littles always enjoy cutting and pasting! 
3) These are prefect for reluctant writers. Some of the pages require no writing at all! That's huge for students who struggle with writing. While writing should not be overlooked, I think it's nice to have a resource every now and again where students are not required to write in order to demonstrate their knowledge.  

Click on the picture above to find this resource on Teacher's Notebook.
CLICK HERE to see it on Teachers Pay Teachers. 
Plus, ALL OF MY RESOURCES ARE 15% OFF from January 1-4, 2015!

Here's my featured winter FREEBIE
This one has been in my stores for a while, but it's a good one! It has worksheets, games, and even a game board for winter-themed addition Bump! Click on the picture below to grab a copy for your classroom!

Thank you "snow" much for stopping by!
Click on the blog button below to hop on to the next New Year post and FREEBIE! 

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Sunday, December 28, 2014

11 FREE Winter Math Centers for Kindergarten!

If you are looking for new kindergarten math centers for the New Year, look no further! I have put together a list of 11 winter-themed centers that are available on Teachers Pay Teachers and Teachers Notebook for FREE! Just scroll down, take a look at each description, and click on the pics of the ones you like!

1. Math Mitten Number Match-Up

Here's a mitten match center activity (6 pages) from Sunshine and Lollipops. In this center, students will match each number with the correct quantity of snowflakes on a mitten. It also includes a page for students to write each number and draw the correct number of pictures! Click on the picture above to grab a copy! 

2. Winter Olympics Bump and Memory

This sports-themed winter FREEBIE was created by Sweet Integrations. It comes with a memory game and 2 different versions of Bump addition games. Just laminate these for an easy yet engaging center! Click on the cute cover pic to take a look! 

3. Kindergarten Winter Activities 100 Follower Freebie

This adorable winter FREEBIE (11 pages) is by My Fabulous Class. Your students can work on +1 and -1 using this set of snowman cards. The great graphics are sure to make this a student favorite! Click on the picture to take a look! 

4. January Snow Theme Addition Plus One
Here's another great FREE addition center (14 pages) from Fern Smith. Students can match each "plus one" addition problem with the correct sum. Click on the picture to grab a copy of this fun math activity for your classroom!

5. Wonderful Winter Math

This FREEBIE (8 pages) is from the "I Love My Kinders" store. It includes some printable counting worksheets AND a full-color counting center where students can pick a number and draw the correct number of snowmen to match.  Click on the picture above to grab this cute, wintery set!

6. Winter Math Tub Sample

This FREE winter write the room set (9 pages) was created by Cady Mullennex Hearn. The activity has students writing number words around the room. What a great idea for the new year! You can click on the picture above to grab a copy for your classroom. 

7. Snowy Bear Count

This is another FREE numeral to quantity matching activity (16 pages) from iHeart Teaching. Here, students can match each number with its correct representation on a ten frame. This center activity is just too cute to miss! Click on the picture to get it for your students! 

8. Snowy Shape Bump
Thanks, Brittany Lynch, for such a great FREEBIE (8 pages)! With this freebie, students can use spinners to play the popular Bump game with 2D or 3D shapes. How creative is that?! Grab it by clicking on the picture above. 

9. Winter Math Sampler Pack

This math activity (10 pages) was created by Jennifer Knopf. This set actually includes 4 different math games: 2 spin and graph activities, a roll and cover addition game, AND a roll and cover shape game. This set is sure to be a hit in your math centers! Grab a copy by clicking on the picture above. 

10. Winter Number Match-Up

This FREE matching activity (12 pages) is brought to you by Linda Nelson of Primary Inspiration. Your students can match numbers, ten frames, objects, and number words with this set. What a great way to add a little winter fun to your math center! 

11. Snow Much Counting!

And, here's some FREE wintery fun (10 pages) from my store! It can be used as a card game or students can simply create different quantities from 1-20 or above. The colorful cards are very appealing to students and matching worksheets are included. Click on the picture to get a copy!

I hope this list makes planning your kinder math centers a breeze! Thanks for stopping by!

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Thursday, December 25, 2014

Wonderful Winter Resources Linky Party with FREE and Priced Items

Happy winter! I don't know how happy I am about the prospect of snow, but I know that my kids are SO excited to make snowmen! I do love the adorable winter clipart, so it's always fun making new winter resources. There's nothing more fun than creating some new winter classroom fun on a snowy day! 

Below, you will find some adorable winter-themed resources from several teacher-authors. Take a look to find something "snow" fun for your students!

1. Feel free to add 3 winter-themed links to the linky below, 1 paid and 2 FREE! Please, to keep it fair, add only 1 paid item. The links will be added in RANDOM order! 
2. Putting the word "FREE" at the beginning of the description would really be helpful to those looking through the resources.
3. Please share and/or pin the linky on one or more of your social media sites. 

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