Feb 27, 2012

Freebie Week...Thing One and Thing Two - Adding Facts to Five

As promised, here is the beginning of many freebies we are offering to our bloggers this week.  Hope you enjoy your fun filled week with Dr. "S".  I gave my kids a challenge tonight for homework to see what Dr."S's" real name was and write it down on their homework book tonight.  Then if they do, they will get something special tomorrow morning.  I guess I had better make a Kroger run in the morning for those who know his real name!! 

Our March Math Journal(click the words March Math Journal for a direct link to TPT) is up and on our TPT store.  This math journal is sooo easy to prepare.  No cutting or gluing.  You can just put it in the copier, staple, and it is done.  We have designed it so that it reviews many of the "clusters" of the math model curriculum 

The students will review:
Count to tell the number of objects
Compare numbers
Understands addition as putting together and adding to
Understands subtraction as taking apart and taking from
Classify objects and count the number of objects in each category
Shape Review  just to name a few!!

Fluently Adds Within 5 - Things One and Two


laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

Awesome freebies! Thank you!!'

First Grade Blue SKies

LYNDSEY said...

Cute, cute, cute! THANK YOU! :)

A Year of Many Firsts

laura said...

thank you for the thing 1 and 2 addition.this will help my lower ones be successful.

Janet said...

Love your ideas. Thanks for sharing!

mcd said...

Thank you for sharing!

Ms. Kerri's Krazy Kindergarten said...

Thanks for the freebie. I love it. We're working on that standard this week too.

Mrs. Krull said...

This is perfect for fluency to 5! Thanks for sharing.

Mrs. Krull
Of Primary Importance

Beadboard said...

This is absolutely adorable & perfect. Thank you for sharing!

Crayons and Curls said...

Love your addition freebie! So perfect for my class! :)
Crayons and Curls

Amy said...

Can you also please email me this one as well. Preparing for next year and having trouble downloading. Thank you. atamez2@stedwards.edu