Monday, October 10, 2011

Do You like Candy Corn?


I do not like to eat candy corn!  It is toooo sweet for me!  However, when I saw these cuties, I changed my mind!  Don't you love them?   I also love when I can use the same things several different ways with my kinders..... work smarter not harder! 
I can use the candy corn as a memory match or I can use them on this pumpkin math mat and use real candy corn or candy pumpkins. 
 You can use dice like these and have the children roll, match the number or 10 frames and then count out candy corn. 
Graphics: DJ Inkers and Scrappin Doodles



I would love for you to visit Scrappin Doodles and look around for other cute graphics!  Just click on the button to the right of my blog.   You can use the code OCTOBER2011 for 15% off your order!   The pumpkin is  from  DJ Inkers!  Click here to go there!  

You can get the candy corn ten frames game by clicking on the picture above!  You can get the pumpkin math mat here.  If you download, please think about following me.. and leave a comment on how you will use them.  You have great ideas and I would love to hear them!  Happy Fall my bloggin' friends!

25 comments:

Amanda L. said...

Thank you, thank you! I was just getting ready to make something to do counting with candy corn for my Kindergarteners! I found great candy corn buckets at Walmart, and then with candy corn in them, I will have the students count candy corn.

Thanks so much,
From First Year Teacher, Amanda

Laura said...

Thanks for a cute math activity!

Allison said...

Thank you so much!! You are so creative. I have also noticed that my kiddos like to practice "subtraction" when using candy corn. Somehow, they start with ten pieces of candy and by the time math is over they have only a few left...hmmmm :) Thanks again!!

beachliesl said...

Thanks for sharing! I love using the real candy corn as counters for math in the fall, but for the second year in a row, I can't do it. Did you know that most bags of candy corn have a 'peanut allergy' warning?? I had NO idea until I had a severe peanut allergy last year (and of course, I have one again). Sadly, this also means no Reeses PB Cups for the teacher!! :(

Liesl
http://wildworldofkindergarten.blogspot.com/

Nicole said...

These are wonderful! We can never have enough activities with ten frames.

I LOVE candy pumpkins, but I'm kind of eh on candy corn... is that weird? :)

Nicole
The Kinder Kid

Katy said...

Love this!!! This will be a great supplement for my halloween unit! :) Thanks for sharing!

Katy
Kindergarten Katy

rooneyhunt said...

What a great math activity! I love the use of the ten frames (as we are working on being able to recognize them with fluency). Our school does not allow us to use candy so I'll have to use something else on the pumpkin mat- Halloween themed mini erasers perhaps?!

Thanks again for a fabulous freebie! :)

~ Amy

Kreative in Kinder said...

OMGosh! These are so stinking cute! Thanks!!
<>< Crystal

S. Parker said...

Thank you. This will be a great addition to my math work stations. Love it.

Dual Kinder Teacher said...

Super cute! And yup, I'm your newest follower :) Thanks for sharing!
☼Libby
Dual Kinder Teacher

Mrs. Coe said...

Love that cute little dice...
littlemisskindergarten.blogspot.com

Katie Mense said...

Totally Adorable!!!!;) Thanks!

LeAnne Cooper said...

THanks for sharing! I will be using these in my workshop stations this month :)
LeAnne
Hangin' with Mrs. Cooper

Natalie said...

So CUTE! I can't wait to make and put in my math tubs!! Thank you for sharing!

Fun2BinFirst said...

Thanks for sharing. I love the tens fram activity.
Fun 2B in First

Meredith said...

What a great math station. I love how it can be used in different ways! Thank you for sharing this!
~Meredith
Keen on Kindergarten

Kristen said...

Very cute! Thanks for the great math supplement!

Anonymous said...

I can't get this to print large enough...it's very small and my printer cuts a portion off. What am I doing wrong??
thanks for great work!

Pam said...

I don't know.... try this. Make sure your adobe program is up to date. While in google docs, click on download original... I think it is in the download button on the upper left. If all fails, email me and I will send the file to you!
Thank you so much for coming to my blog!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the candy corn counting & numbers matching. I love the ten frames!

S. Parker said...

I just wanted to stop by and thank you so much for these. We have used them all month long as part of our math routines. I was able to print a set for every child in my classroom to practice counting and playing games with these cards at home with their families. I am keeping my fingers crossed that you are going to make another set for November for us to use. We love them! :)

Marlana said...

Pam, these are so cute! I'm in love with the candy corns and I love that they are math printables. There aren't nearly enough cute math printables--especially for free! Keep up the great work!

Blessings,
Marlana
Lil' Country Kindergarten

Lauren Goldsmith said...

Thank you so much for sharing your creations! They are beautiful!! I just happened to be on pinterest.com tonight looking for some ten frame games!! I know that my kids are going to love this!

mumzie said...

I love your work! Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing!

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