Here are few flip charts I made for this week, but because of copyright issues(with the clip art), I can’t share these for a free download or for purchase in my TpT store. But if you have a Smartboard or Promethean board….maybe these will spark your creativity!!
In my classroom during math stations, the Promethean Board is a math station. Any concept or skill I produce using a paper game or activity, I can create something similar on my board. Although there are tons of things on Promethean Planet I like having the ability to create my own activities.
Spider Spider will be one activity for stations this week. I’ll insert the dice tool, then students roll the dice(2) add the numbers then cover that number with a spider. I’ve programmed the spiders using the “Drag a Copy” tool. Students will play for four rounds.
Halloweeny Number Order
I created a printable activity and uploaded it to my TpT store. But I also created a flip chart that will cover the same skill. But because of copy rights I can’t sell the flip chart.
I even created a recording sheet to accompany this activity.
Last week we started Fall story problems. Each day the students completed a problem when they first arrive in the classroom. There are two levels of story problems. I have a few students in my class who are very advanced, and I give them the option of completing the second story problem each day. That’s why there are two problems per page.
These are only a few ideas…but I’m working on tons more. Maybe something you’ve seen today will give you a creative spark!!
Enjoy your weekend! I’ll return on Sunday with my short u anchor chart.
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