Thursday, September 8, 2016

ITeach K-2 Giveaway Time!

I can't believe it is time for another ITeach K-2 Giveaway and Linky of Freebies! Our theme this time is about fall, my most favorite season of the year!
My freebie is called
This colorful, fun math product will help to introduce students to the concept of playing Bingo, or provide practice for proficient players. It uses the concepts of left/right, top/middle/bottom, corners and even diagonal, if your students are able to understand that concept. Differentiated instruction allows for a variety of levels of abilities to play this activity, making it more difficult as needed.
This game includes 3 pumpkin board templates, a nine grid, a twelve grid and a sixteen grid. Also included are little pumpkin calling cards 0-15, plus directions and suggestions for playing. I've added little leaves, jacks and turkey pumpkins cards as an extra surprise to create some excitement. I used candy corn as my counters to mark the numbers and when a picture card is shown each student gets a piece of candy to eat!

You will need to write the numbers on the pumpkin boards. I had a parent volunteer (Gotta love them!) do that, and laminated them.
Another way to use this activity is to give each student a pumpkin and have them write the numbers in the various squares. For example, you assign the numbers 0-10 on the 9 space grid pumpkin. They use a pencil to write the numbers first in any spaces, to make sure they have written them correctly, and then trace over them with crayon or marker. Then play the game. Students can trade cards for each game because each board is different.

This product can also be printed in grayscale to save colored ink.

The children look forward to practicing their numbers and you get a good visual evaluation of their progress. Great to play during fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving.
Another number pumpkin product is

What a great way to practice number matching with a fall theme of pumpkins and leaves! Just laminate and use over and over every year! 
Introduce or review the concepts of number matching. This activity can be used, even if only a few number concepts have been introduced. Then add the other pieces as they are learned.
Great center or group activity too! Download Preview to see the complete activity.
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  1. Love that there are different grids for differentiation! Thank you so much I know the kids are going to love this activity!

  2. Perfect center for this Fall! Thank you so much!

  3. Thanks for sharing at #bloggerspotlight!


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