Hello TLT Friends! I hope you are enjoying your weekend. It’s RIDICULOUSLY cold here in San Antonio…like so cold I don’t want to go outside. My body doesn’t function when it’s under 50 degrees…seriously…it’s sad!
Today I want to share my excitement for a recent milestone: I’ve hit 1,000 followers on Teachers Pay Teachers! I am so grateful for that. Since I started my new position as an Early Childhood Specialist I have had very minimal time to blog, create or post on Facebook. It’s been a real challenge with two boys under two and the full time job. I never sacrifice time with my boys to work, I just don’t. Family always comes first so the blog and store have had to be put on the backburner. That being said I am stoked that even though I don’t get to work as much as I would like to, my little old store has a lot of new friends! J
In order to celebrate I am throwing a giveaway: 5 $10 gift cards to TpT. If you win a gift card you can buy whatever you like, I’ll email you the gift card in PDF form. $10 goes a long way on TpT so hopefully you can snag something you’ve had on your wishlist.
I’m also celebrating by sharing some freebies for PK-2nd grade.
For PK I created some snowflake sorting cards. The snowflakes come in three different sizes and several different designs. I tried to pair designs that were similar so that students can sort by size and shape. In this freebie file I wrote directions for how to use the snowflakes in circle time and centers. You can pick the PK file up here.
For Kinder I created some snowflake subitizing cards. Subitizing (quick images) is HUGE in kindergarten and PK. In this file I created subitizing cards for 0-10 with instructions on how to use. You can pick the kinder file up here.
For firsties I created a penguin measuring game. The students use a snowflake ruler (or cut apart snowflake pieces) to measure the height of 9 different penguins. The directions for the game are in the file and there is a recording sheet. You can pick up the first grade file here.
For my second grade friends I created a “Snow Friends Subtraction” game for practicing subtraction without regrouping. I know how tough subtraction with regrouping can be for little second graders so I thought this fun “scoot style” game can help give them confidence. You can pick up the second grade file here.
Don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway! All you have to do to enter is like me on Facebook and follow me on TpT. Thank you all SO MUCH for supporting my little blog and store. I hope that my products and ideas are helpful to you and that your students enjoy them! You are all a blessing in my life and I am truly thankful. :)
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