I’m so thankful for every one of you. What’s the best way to thank a teacher? Freebies of course!
One summer day in 2012, I decided it was time to venture into the Teachers Pay Teachers world. I pulled up something I’d made for my classroom and made it cuter. I like to call it fanc-i-fied even though the teacher in knows it isn’t a real word. That same day I started this blog. I’m kind of a jump in the deep in kind of person.
When I started, I thought it would be awesome if a couple people could use something I had made. Honestly, my mind is blown when I think of how many students have had the opportunity to have a little fun while learning because I took that leap that day. I’ve reached my first milestone on Teachers Pay Teachers and I want to thank you.
Thank you for trusting me and my products by using them in your classroom. Thank you for the positivity in your feedback. Thanks for talking with me through this blog and social media. I appreciate every one of you.
I love playing this game with my students that are working to memorize their facts. I’ve played it with 3rd through 6th graders during my intervention group. The goal is to get 5 in a row. I seeing the students start to think strategically and do things like block their partner from getting 5. I also have had a few kids that love Bump so much that they try to get 5 in a row while also bumping each other. If you are looking for ideas on how to encourage multiplication fluency, check out this post.
For my primary people I have my Super Subtracters currently free. I keep getting kids in intervention that struggle to subtract within 20. I realized that there were only 36 facts between 10 and 20 that the kids didn’t know so I created this fun packet as a way to help them learn those facts a little at a time. I just blogged about this fun packet here.
If you have anything in your cart from my TPT store, now is the time. Everything in my store is 20% off until the end of this long weekend.
Thanks for the Love!