Sunday, March 17, 2013

Marshmallow Bunnies Math Center

Peeps!!!! I'm not much into candy anymore like I was as a kid, but I still love my marshmallow bunnies at Easter time!I could eat the whole package myself! They're definitely best a little stale. Give it a try~ poke a few holes in the wrapper and let them get nice and chewy before eating!

Anyway, I wanted to share some cuteness I just finished for spring and Easter time!

I thought it would be so cute to put the cards in a small Easter basket at the center! There is a recording sheet too for the students to write the four related facts in the fact family. I love these cute graphics from Maree Truelove. They look good enough to eat!

Whenever I have a new item, I randomly choose three and send it free in a few days, so leave me your email in the comments below and tell me what candy is your weakness! :)

Whatever your plans are tonight for St. Patty's Day, be safe and have fun!

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Sequencing Giveaway

Hello First Grade Gallery Friends! 
Last year, I blogged about all of the fun we had during reading month with our Laura Numeroff books and activities.This year, our grade level has chosen Eric Carle as our author to study during the month of March!

I just wanted to let you know that I have finished a fun little sequencing activity for the story every kid loves, The Very Hungry Caterpillar! The cards can be used at a literacy center or in a pocket chart for a whole-group activity. Even if you don't do an author study, it's a fun story to use in the spring with lessons on life cycles.

I found the cutest graphics for this! I hope you like it! :) Click on the picture to see it at my TPT shop!

As always, when I share a new item, I will randomly choose three to get it free! Just leave me a comment if you'd like it and include your email!