So we sat through an hour and a half learning about how to use technology in our classrooms....Which sounds awesome right? Except we don't have any technology available in our classrooms....and we spent half the inservice playing a game of Power Point Jeopardy and arguing over what is a fact and what is an opinion....I think I'm going to bring THIS to the next one....it might at least make it more entertaining!
So because it was a half day we did some tubbing! I've never done tubbing before, but an AMAZING teacher friend from Florida - Miss Izzo does, so I stole the idea from her! I took lots of math manipulative related sheets and put together 5 stations for my kiddos! Here are some photos and descriptions, as well as a freebie (which is not so cute, mostly because I made it in about 5 minutes before school started!)
|Filling in a 100's chart then coloring the 2's, 5's, and 10's, courtesy of Rachelle over at What The Teacher Wants.|
|Attribute Block Shapes from Making Learning Fun|
|Patterns with Connecting Cubes, I'll link to the freebie at the end of the post!|
|Greater than/Less than with dice from : Lesson Plan Diva|
|Geoboard Numbers and Shapes: also from Making Learning Fun!|
And because I <3 you all so much (and because I made the other sheet at school and forgot to email it to myself), here is a prettyfied version of my pattern worksheet!
|You can find it HERE for free!|