My three Back to School (B2S) Must Haves are:
1. Just ordered myself a set of these babies from Really Good Stuff! They are a bit pricey, but I love the bright colours and they should hold up for many more years over my cardboard book boxes.
(Thanks for this one, Swersty!)
3. Coloured ink and cardstock! I am going through these two items like CRAZY!! Hooo-weee! :)
Now onto the freebie! I am linking up with TBA for their FANTASTIC FRIDAY FREEBIE linky!
These are number practice mini booklets I created last September. I never got around to posting them. For each number 1-10 there is a double sided page (fold in half hamburger-style to make the mini book). Each booklet has a number formation poem to help practice the number, spelling the number word, drawing tally marks, and filling in a ten frame. The back of the booklet has a fun little drawing page that goes with the number!
To download your FREEBIE booklets for the numbers 1-10, click the picture below. These are perfect for reviewing numbers at the beginning of the year!
Love Community! And I just got those book bins, too!ReplyDelete
First Grade Blue Skies
So agree with the colored ink! I'm running through it like water! =)ReplyDelete
Emily @ Second Grade Silliness
I think the dryer-sock-eater and the color-ink-eater may be related. Except now my printer is screaming that it is low on black ink. I can't win. :)ReplyDelete
I love the MathStart books!ReplyDelete
Success in Second Grade
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Love these! I can't wait to use them to assess where the students are when they arrive in first grade!! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
THANK YOU! These printables are awesome!!!ReplyDelete
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A Grade One Nut and Her Squirrely Crew
I'm a new follower!! Just found your blog YAY!!!! I hope you'll check out my blog sometime:)ReplyDelete
1...2...3...Teach With Me
I just ordered those neon book bins today too and I can't wait for them to arrive!! And I agree, it's 7 Eleven Slurpess for me or bust! lolReplyDelete
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