Sunday, December 18, 2016

Free Borders

I was browsing my files and stumbled across some borders that I made a few months ago. You can find them at the bottom of this post. I forgot them,  but I'm happy that I found something I can share with you all.

I will give you 12+ free borders to help you decide weather this is something you would like to use in your products.

My Rainbow Border set has six different designs...

Download this free border
Download this free border
Download this free border
Download this free border
Download this free border
Download this free border
 ... in 10 colors (9 rainbow + black&white)....

  ... both with white and transparent background.

 So there is total of 120 borders.

 If you are interested in adding all these colorful boarders to your new products just click HERE or on the image bellow.

 If you are looking for FREE borders, you can now download not just the 6 yellow borders from the top of this post, but also six new borders that you can find bellow. They are free, so grab them for your next product.

Download this free border
Download this free border
Download this free border
Download this free border
Download this free border
Download this free border

 Feel free and download everything you like, or get the entire Yellow Border Set HERE.

And this isn't everything...subscribe to our newsletter and we will send you one of the borders in all ten colors.

Well, that's it! What do you think? Which one is your favorite?

Sunday, December 11, 2016

2D Shapes Task Cards

Looking for extra practice with shapes? These task cards will give your kiddos additional practice keeping them busy and occupied. I highly recommend this sort of activity for those who want to engage their students with some easy to prep learning activities.

2 D Shapes Task Cards

Task cards are super effective, simple and fun resources for any centers, stations, partner work, individual work, classroom games. Scoot is a must play game with task cards.

Scoot Classroom Game

Math Center Task Cards

Scoot is a game where you simply place a task card on each desk in your classroom. Students move around the classroom answering questions, solving math problems.

Children will answer the questions on their answer sheets.

First Grade Math Center

Say “SCOOT!” when you want them to move to the next number. You can go as fast as you like.

Then you can check the answers with the class.

Kindergarten Math Center

You can differentiate easily by customizing with target pages.

You can print the task cards in color or black & white on a cardstock or laminate them and
use them for ages. I love to put them on a ring, but you can keep them in a baggie, too.

Elementary School Math Station

The best part about this 2D Shapes Task Card Set is no prep, just print and play.
 If you are interested in adding this Shape Task Card Set to your classroom, just click HERE or on the image bellow, or just pin it for later.

2D Shapes Activity

If you need more task cards check out this post:
Christmas Addition Math Facts with Three Addends Task Cards 

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Christmas Addition Math Facts with Three Addends Task Cards

Christmas is right about the corner and I am ready to celebrate with some fun, hands-on and engaging resources.
I made this set of math task cards for my six year old little girl to practice addition math facts with three addends, but it is also a perfect activity for classroom use for some fun learning too!

Christmas Addition Task Card set is  perfect for math centers, as early finishers activity, for free time and of course for playing Scoot during the holiday season.

How to play Scoot - put a task card on each student’s desk. The students move around the room to solve each problem. Students start, finish and move on teacher's instruction.

  If you want to get your students  moving, still working on their own, you can simply display the cards around the room, for students to find and solve. The children are actively learning as they stand and scoot around the room, and they don't even know, that they are doing work. Kids play their way to mastering math facts.

 Here is one of my task cards. Look at each Christmas Tree, count the ornaments and find the matching equation:


...same in black and white version.


I included three different recording sheets. So, we can use the task cards in three different ways. I like to use them for extra practice.

In the first answer sheet kids write the correct answer a, b, c or d.


 The second one is designed not just to find the equation that match the Christmas Tree, on each task cards, but also to copy it and then solve the particular addition problem.




 The third recording sheet offers extra practice. Students copy all the equations from the task cards, and solve every single addition problem.



Students can check their answers on the answer key.

 Click HERE or on the picture below, if you need this Christmas Addition Task Card Set!


More task cards:
Multiplication Code Breaker Task Cards with Shapes

2D Shape Task Cards

 More math:

Counting up to 12 - Number Recognition

Numbers Clip Cards

Number Bingo, Numbers 1-100 Classroom Game

Math - Addition Clip Cards - up to 10 - differentiated

School Supplies Match the Shadows Cards and Worksheets

Addition up to 26 with Fruits - Code Breaker

Number Recognition 1-10 Matching Game

Number Posters 1-10

Subitizing and Addition up to 18 - Domino Math

Number Vocabulary 1-10 Practice Activities

Number Posters 10-20

Add One to Teach Numbers 1 to 10 Clip Cards

Addition to 10 Math Facts Self Checking Clip Cards

Shape Sudoku

2D Shapes Flip Book

Shape Bingo

2D Shapes Activities, Games and Centers

2D Shapes Worksheets, Posters

2D Shape Posters

Shape Math FREE