Monday, September 17, 2012

Build a Scarecrow and Giveaways

Take a peek at my newest 'Make 10' activity that I have added to my TPT store.
In my opinion students can never have enough practice at 'making 10'.  To play this game students begin with a playing mat that has a scarecrow pole on it.  Taking turns they turn over two ten frame cards.  If the cards 'make 10' then they add a piece to their scarecrow.  The first to build their scarecrow wins!  I have included an I can... card so your work station is ready to go!  To change things up a bit print extra copies of the pumpkin ten frame cards and you have an instant ten frame matching game !  You can find this station here at my TPT store.

Would you like a copy of this math work station?  I would love to give away a copy to the first 2 people who are followers of my blog and leave a comment on this post.  Don't forget your email so I can send it to you!

Speaking of Giveaways, you need to check out these two!

Leah over at Learning 4 Keeps is hosting a huge giveaway with more than 25 sellers (including yours truly) offering prizes.  You need to hop on over and check it out ! Click on the picture to head on over.
Also, don't forget about the fabulous fall giveaway that Jenna is hosting over at Diving Into Learning !  Click on the picture to hop on over.


Good luck on the giveaways!

Cynthia over at 2nd Grade Pad is having a fall linky party.  Hop on over to her pad to see lots of great fall activities!
There is another fall linky over at All Students Can Shine. Hop on over for even more great fall activities!
 

9 comments:

  1. I love the scarecrows!! and I love your girlie picture in your header.

    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids

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  2. I think your scarecrow activity looks great. I'm always looking for more ways to get them to practice sums to 10.
    Storie
    atozscrapbook@gmail.com
    Stories by Storie

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  3. This looks wonderful!!
    katherine.lyons@nbed.nb.ca

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