I do have a student teacher right now, but don't worry. I have not been slacking. I have been a busy bee today printing out Cara Carroll's Let's Give Thanks unit, laminating, and cutting all the pieces. It took a while, but look! They're done, and they're fabulous! I can't wait to give these to my firsties next week.
Meanwhile, I am having a difficult time with Google docs. I keep trying to upload files, and they WILL.NOT.UPLOAD. Shouty caps are necessary because seriously...WHYYYYYY? I have updated the browser to Google chrome as suggested, but still nothing. Any advice? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
Anywho...I made a cute Halloween roll and cover dice game that I was going to use Google docs to share, but instead I am uploading it to my TpT store.
You can pick yours up here for FREE! Please ignore that the title is incorrect in my picture. I changed plan midway, and printed these out before I realized that I hadn't fixed the title yet. It is correct in the file you can download. It's just a quick dice game I made, because we are working on our fact fluency. Currently, our firsties are working on adding 0 or 1. I will give them a big giant foam die (cause those are just more fun) and one of the game boards. They will roll the die, add 1, and cover the sum with a counter. I'm going to have them play in groups, and the first group to cover all the numbers will be the winners. Easy and fun!
Another math idea I made up really quickly for tomorrow is my Bat Fact Family. Isn't he cute. This was the only document I could upload to google docs, but I think there might be some extra blank pages. I don't know y'all. It's just not working for me today. Anyway, you can get the template to make yours if you click on the picture. Enjoy the freebies, and have a Happy Halloween!
Okay, just one more quick picture. This is my daughter as a cave woman...isn't she precious!?! I told her that cave women didn't smile. So, this is the look I got. :)