Sunday, March 17, 2013

More Leprechaun Fun and a FREEBIE!!







11 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness you have a bunch of little artists on your hands! Those leprechauns turned out so cute! Thanks for the great freebie!

    ThePolishedTeacher

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  2. Their leprechauns are adorable!! Good idea to use corn pops for the gold in the sharing books too! Thanks for the freebie, my kids will love it!! :)

    Regina
    Kinder Krazy

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  3. Thanks so much! Dividing equally can be a tricky thing to teach, so this is a great idea!
    Cheers,

    Susanna Westby
    (Whimsy Workshop)

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  4. Looks like you all had a lot of fun for St. Pat's!
    Erin
    http://adventuresinthirdgrade-brown.blogspot.com/

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  5. I love those activities! So much fun :)

    Sarah
    Teachingiscolorful.blogspot.com

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  6. These came out so cute! I have little pieces of Fool's Gold in my classroom - I'm thinking I can use those in place of the corn pops to get a little science lesson in with the math! Thank you for the fun freebie graph!

    ✿Sue✿
    Science for Kids Blog

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  7. I love the idea of using corn pops as gold! I can't believe I never thought of that!

    Tara
    The Elementary Math Maniac

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  8. very amazing drawing has been made by these students.
    Fishing in Dubai

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  9. Your students are wonderful artists. Thanks for the tip about encouraging the use of shapes!

    ~Kay
    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kay-At-Kindergarten-Kiddos

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  10. I can't decide if I wish I were in Kindergarten again...in your class, or if I should move down to teaching Kindergarten again!! Your creativity, hands-on, and engaging lessons are AMAZING! I wish more teachers in my neck of the woods, could tap into more or your lessons. My daughters are in Kindergarten and we love their teacher. I just wish she had more of your creativity!! :)

    The tip about drawing....I have the same/similar expectations. I tell my students NO stick figures. I introduced them to the idea of always using shapes as well. When you compare my students art/drawings to the neighboring teachers, there is always a noticeable difference. Sadly, if the upper grades don't have similar expectations, the students revert back to doing stick figures. :( Gotta love expectations!!

    Thanks for ALL of your dedication and passion for education!

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