The kids made 100th day hats and glasses and made a 100 fruit loop necklace. I have NEVER heard my room so quiet as when they started making that necklace. They were dead silent...seriously...they were crickets-chirping-I-can-hear-the-clock-ticking quiet. Can-we-make-a-fruit-loop-necklace-everyday kind of quiet. ;)
Last for Valentine's week we made these precious Mr. Valentine craft in our follow directions center. We make him every year, and I love him so!
I have really enjoyed reading all the other bloggers in the meantime and getting fresh ideas and new products of course! In lieu of Presidents' Day this week, I created this little roll and graph activity for my math tubs. Some students are still needing to master the skill of creating and interpreting a graph. Our curriculum has them create a graph independently including the labels, title, numbers, and colors. The students then have to be able to read the graph and write comparative statements about it. They are only required to do a three-item graph, so that is why my die has two each of three different images. Because I put it in math tubs, I only make one die, and they share. Sooooo it's super easy to print and make. I included a black-and-white die in case you don't want to use colored ink. Click on the preview image below to download yourself a free copy if you can use it too.
I am linking this post up to the February Freebies Linky...check out other awesome February Freebies at Teaching First!
Also, I finished my packet of mystery pictures for St. Patrick's Day. You can get these seven mystery pictures in my TpT here or by clicking the picture for only $1.00. My students love them, and they are always trying to guess what they are going to be before they even start coloring.
Thanks for stopping by, and if you liked either of these products or have suggestions for me please leave a comment below. I'd love to hear from you! :)