Sunday, April 22, 2012

Stuffed Animal Slumber Party and a FREEBIE!

My students will be wild today!!!  It's a fact--I know already--and it's all my fault!  Well...actually I will blame my teaching partner.  She taught writing last year, and had a stuffed animal slumber party.   Since I'm teaching writing this year, I decided to do the same.!  I had too much fun taking pictures of the animals.  I do believe I am a 8 year old in a 40 year old body! :)

Here are a few pics of the mischievous little animals!
Hanging out in math stations!
Changing the calendar to Mrs. Lisa's favorite date! :)
Minnie hanging out on the whiteboard!

I'll be back later this week to share their writing!

Now for a freebie!  I've had such a great response to Add it Up!  Thanks for all the kind emails :)

I've uploaded numbers (1-99), recording sheets, and titles for addition/subtraction/multiplication to my TPT store for FREE.  Click the picture below to grab a copy!  
Please leave me some feedback!  If you create a board for your classroom, please email me a picture and I'll feature it here!! :)


Down Under Teacher said...

Thanks for this Lisa! I have been hoping that you would share it since you first posted about it!

Down Under Teacher

Aimee said...

Oh my gosh, I can't wait to learn more about the animal slumber party!

Your Add it Up board is an amazing idea. I plan to use it next year for my fast finishers!

Primarily Speaking

Lisa Warner said...

This is fantastic, thank you for sharing. Aim to use it with my Year 4 class here in the UK.

Lisa Warner
Fieldhead Carr
Leeds, Uk

Sandy said...

Hi Lisa!!!

I got your Pinterest exchange gift in the mail and I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!!!! I love it so much I don't even want to touch it. I just want to look at it!!! Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-)

Also, I can't wait to hear more about the stuffed animal slumber party!!! :)

Jessica said...

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Mrs. L. Jordan said...

Oh my gosh Lisa! Soooo adorable and fun! Thanks for sharing.

Laura said...

Lisa, did you have a chance to make this in zebra print? You have great ideas! Thanks for sharing.

Amanda W. said...

I would LOVE this in Zebra print. I would also love the directions for the multiplication and the subtraction ideas. I plan on using this as an early finisher option, or an independent math center. Thank you for the creative idea!

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