Sunday, January 22, 2012

A Major Find and Math FREEBIE

I'm not sure about you guys, but I would rather do just about anything than make sub plans. I have dragged myself to school with a fever (probably not what the CDC would recommend). Another solution  is to have your sub plans made ahead...just in case of an emergency.

The ever-smart Barb Gaither at Kinderzoo has done just that!

These are stand alone lessons that can be completed in one day.  I love this book!
 Perfect!  Love it!
Now for your FREEBIE!

I wanted to have quick fluency activities I could do with my small group and intervention kiddos. Perhaps you can use them too?
Happy Sunday!

12 comments:

  1. Thanks for the small group math ideas. I am going to check out those sub plans on teachers pay teachers right now!

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  2. Love the freebie...thank you so much!
    Vickie
    Mrs. Plant's Press

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  3. Deedee, it is either me or the link is not working! It looks great! =)

    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  4. These are awesome Deedee! Thanks so much!

    Laura
    Kinder Kraziness

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  5. Thanks for the shout out Deedee!
    Barb
    meet me at the zoo...
    kinderzoo

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  6. I had SO.MUCH.FUN. yesterday! If we didn't have company coming for dinner last night, I would have stalked you to the mall, lol! Too bad we didn't have time to visit the bookstore!

    Thanks for the math freebie. We are working with 3-D shapes and this is super!

    ReadWriteSing

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  7. http://pawsmath.blogspot.com/

    Thanks for sharing your stuff. Mine is not as cute but functional if you are interested. In 5 weeks when I am done with my masters I hope to blog much more and make a really fun and cute page like yours!

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  8. Downloaded it already! Thank you...you are so generous.

    Terri

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  9. Hi Deedee!

    I nominated you for The Versatile Award! I just recently stumbled across your blog and am glad I did. I'm always looking for new inspiration and love how blogs provide a little "window" into different classrooms :)

    If you wish to accept, the details can be found at my blog, Kindergarten Lesson Plans!

    Have a wonderful week and thanks again for sharing your ideas with all of us in the early childhood blogging community!

    Kayla Johnson

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  10. Thanks so much, I love your site!

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  11. Thanks for the tip for the Sub notes! and thanks for the Math packet! Love! You always amaze me!:)
    Cheryl
    Crayons and Curls

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