I had the BEST time with my bloggy bff Michelle today!

It put me in a good mood. It made me want to be REALLY nice to my followers. So I decided to put my top 10 favorite math freebies in ONE spot for you.

Nice, right?

So let the countdown begin!!!

I was going to write a little diddy (please tell me if I am spelling that word incorrectly- it is just too fun not to use!) about each one, but I figured you might have some downloading to do :)

Enjoy!

Ooh! Thanks for this- you're so sweet to put them all in one place!

ReplyDeleteGlad you had fun with your bloggy bff! :)

Jenny

Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

So happy you had a great time with your bloggy BFF!!! :) Thanks for the math freebies!

ReplyDeleteLisa

Learning Is Something to Treasure

You are awesome!!

ReplyDeleteThanks so much for all of the great shares :o)

ReplyDeleteLove! I used the number detectives, I love that one!

ReplyDeleteI love these! You have a great talent!

ReplyDeleteJennifer Ayers

Best Practices 4 Teaching

http://bestpractices4teaching.blogspot.com

Thank you for sharing!!

ReplyDeleteYowza! Thanks so much Katie! I am going to be using all of these for my new math stations next year :o)

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Seusstastic Classroom InspirationsHoly smokes, Katie!!! Thanks so much for the goods :)

ReplyDeleteKelley Dolling

Teacher Idea FactoryThank you so much for sharing these! I downloaded the Math Relay Race before school got out and did it with my little darlin's. They had THE best time doing math! You have amazing ideas. Thanks again.

ReplyDeleteLearning With Susie Q

susieqsclass@gmail.com

Thank you for putting them all together :)

ReplyDeleteOooooo love! I just recently posted a freebie too... 0-100 number cards, word cards, and base 10 cards. It's called: Base 10 Number Set. It's a great little resources for a center, assessment, or a little focus wall. :) Love that little Number detectives thing and the Relay Race. What a great idea! Thanks for posting!

ReplyDeleteAshley

TheSchoolSupplyAddict

I just snatched up all of these! They are SO great and will be very helpful next year! Thanks for sharing these.

ReplyDeleteYou rock! Thank you so much :) I downloaded them all.... but I think I've already used a few in the past! ;)

ReplyDelete-Michele

New Adventures in First Grade

Love them! They are awesome!

ReplyDeleteJodi

Fun In FirstThank you ever so much! The Number Detectives page really got my heart racing! Where can I find the rods and cubes graphics used in Place Value Scoot? Again, thank you for your time and generous heart!

ReplyDeleteI think I just did a google image search for those, but now I use 3am teacher's place value set and I know Scrappin' Doodles has a set too! Hope that helps!

DeleteThese are great! Love your blog...I have no idea how I've missed it until now! I found it through the TpT forum and am so glad I did!!

ReplyDeleteVickie

Mrs. Plant's PressThanks for the freebies!!!

ReplyDeleteSunshine, Sand and ScissorsThank you so much for sharing. You come up with some great ideas. Can't wait to use them.

ReplyDeleteThese are awesome! Thanks so much for sharing! I'm officially following your blog! If you would be so kind, please check out my newbie blog: http://oceansoffuningrade1.blogspot.com. I'm always open for tips, tricks, and advice! :)

ReplyDeleteMary

Wow, those look great! I need to get to downloading ;p I'm your newest follower and I'd love for you to follow me too.

ReplyDeleteI teach 1st.

Kelly @I'm Not Your grandpa, I'm Your Teacher.

Thank you so much for the great shares.What do you think what is the easy method to teach kids graphs http://youtu.be/2GVxjonbXUA i understand some children fail to understand the correct concept of graph and they draw wrongly.

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