Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Gobble Up This Freebie!


Do you think this year is going fast or is it just me?  It seems like yesterday we all began school and here it is the first of November.. Wow!   My class is great!  However, I am beginning to see children who are moving along and those who are stuck.  I begin to worry about this little group.  How about you?  Do you see this with your class?  Then, one night something happens... they wake up and progress begins ..... Please tell me that I don't need therapy!  

I have been so busy with all the happenings at my school: report cards, dibels, professional development and meetings,  that I haven't checked my blog for the last few days... To my surprise, there are almost 600 of you that like my blog... I am so amazed!  Thank you so much for visiting my site and for taking the time to leave a comment.  It makes me so happy that you like the things that I make and hope your children do too!  Learning should be fun and engaging! 

So, I need to do something for all of you because you take  time out of your day to visit me here.  Should I do a give away or would you like for me to create some things for you?   Please let me know what you think. 

Anyway, I am sure you saw the turkeys ten frame game above.... For now, I hope this will do .... Click on the picture to download and know that I appreciate all of you!

24 comments:

Beadboard said...

Pam! Thank YOu! I do a happy dance when I see a new post from you! Your stuff is A.D.O.R.A.B.L.E. & I can barely get back to school fast enuff to print, laminate & put it to use....now my Kinders are saying..."those are adorable!" They love 'em too!

Ms. Preppy said...

Yes! The year is just absolutely flying by! And I totally agree about how they somehow manage to have things click overnight and progress...it's crazy!!

Thanks so much for the cute game; my kids will love it at stations!

Caitlin
Ms. Preppy's Adventures in Primary and Polka Dots

Tracy said...

Thank you very much.I love these.

rooneyhunt said...

Pam,

Like you, I have some friends that are taking off and others that need a little "extra", this will be fabulous! Your blog is a must read for me... I love all the things you so generously create and share- they are all so stinkin' cute!! :)
The giveaway sounds fun, but I say create more!! :)

~ Amy

Chrissy said...

Thank you!! I'm glad to hear that others are seeing a range of abilities in their students. My class has begun to model a Bell curve. As the 2nd quarter got underway, I noticed that I have a struggler. And, the young ages of my students (more than half "officially" missed the cut-off date) are beginning to be apparent in terms of stamina. I'm ready to extend learning experiences, but they are all tuckered out, lol!

ReadWriteSing

Pam and Jess said...

Thank you for these great ten frames. To extend the activity, I have been using them to play "Make Ten." We either play like Memory or Go Fish. Instead of making a match, students have to make ten. Does that make sense? Thanks for sharing your great ideas.
Pam@Kindergarten Night Owls

Crayons and Curls said...

I adore your blog! Yes, this year is flying! Thank you for sharing! It will be so wonderful for my math stations! :)
Cheryl

Sarah said...

CUTE CUTE CUTE!! Love it!! My kiddos will love it in the math stations next week!! Thank you!!

sarah hetrick
shetrick@gmail.com

Trish said...

Wow! Every time I check your blog I find the best stuff ever!!! Thank you for taking the time to create, you are not only generous, but TALENTED.
My year is going by very quickly. My precious ones are doing great! I try not to stress about the kiddos that are moving at a slower rate, most will catch up soon!

mystrerdr said...

Thank you so much for sharing your talent!!! I absolutely love opening your blog and finding all of your awesome games that I can use in my classroom. I too have kiddos that have not had it "click" yet and have been trying different things to help them along. Over half of my class have never been in school before and/or didn't know colors or how to hold a pencil!! We have made progress. Giveaways are fun, but I would love to see more of your talented creations!

Mrs. Ann Greene said...

Wow! Thanks for this freebie. I was just looking for something to use with my kinders at their math work stations. I can't wait to use this one. Thank you for sharing!

Burgobits said...

Freebies are wonderful...especially your creative and practical efforts. Thanks so much...we do appreciate. Everyone can share in a freebie...a give away only rewards one lucky soul!!!!!

Crystal said...

THANK YOU!!! I love it! I just printed it in color at home (to laminate at work) and then I'll make additional b&w copies as needed :) Thanks again!

Mrs. Coe said...

Hey friend,
Can you email me? I have a question... I am looking for something on your blog and can't find it.
littlemisskindergarten.blogspot.com

Cecelia said...

Pam,
Thank you for this freebie!!! I have 4 first graders in my room who lack number sense, recognition, number concepts, etc. and this will be GREAT for them!
Cecelia
http://ilove1stgrade.blogspot.com/

Candace said...

Thank you for all of the great stuff you post! I love it all and can't wait to share this game with my students!

Stephanie said...

Thank you for sharing all of your amazing ideas with us!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing. This will be a great activity for my class.

Frecklteacher said...

Thank you for the adorable turkey freebie! My students are getting really good with tens frames because of games like this. Thanks for sharing! Happy Turkey Day!

Sue's Cupcake Adventures said...

Thank you again for sharing! I need to start using ten frames for counting and this will be a great activity. I know my students will love this!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing! My kids love counting and matching!

Anonymous said...

I love the first two activites...but I can't seem to get the third one to show up...do you know how I can fix it? Thanks so much for the awesome activities!

Janet said...

Wow! I love this. Thanks so much!

Adrienne Johnson said...

Thanks for the Freebies!!! My students love using Ten frames!

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