Sunday, October 14, 2012

Math About Me

In honor of my new blog, I thought it might be nice to post a new Freebie item on TpT.  Click on the picture to get it now.

 
Here is what it looks like hanging up right now outside my classroom.  Although I used it as a Back to School activity to hang up for Open House, you could really use it at any time of the year.




If you download it, I'd love to hear what you think about it!  Leave me a quick note :) 


***If you like this freebie, then you should check out these other items in my TpT store:

Building number sense is all about making math meaningful and interactive.  Here are some more math activities that will help you improve your students' number sense.



Check out these common core aligned Math Centers.  These can help your students practice Common Core with some fun centers and activities.  There is a ton of variety so that you can use and reuse these all year long.

  

31 comments:

  1. This is so adorable!! Thanks for the freebie!! :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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    1. I'm so happy you liked it. Thanks for the note!

      Melissa :)

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  2. I love this! I'm so glad we found each other! I'm going to pin it and tell all of my teacher friends!

    Irene
    Learning With Mrs. Leeby

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    1. You are too sweet!!! Thank you for the kind words (and the social networking too). This is all so new to me - it's so amazing to have people who are supportive right from the get go. I really appreciate it!

      Smiles,
      Melissa :)

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  3. What a cute idea to combine math with learning about others! I'm going to tuck this away from next year!

    BTW, I found you through the Boo linky. Cute site! Come check me out some time if you're looking for a little more inspiration!

    Rebecca
    First Grade Fascination

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    1. Thanks so much for the comment - I'm always looking for more inspiration! I'm on my way over to your blog. So far I am really enjoying this new world of teachers.

      Melissa :)

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  4. Super cute way to make math meaningful for little ones. I am now following your blog. :-)
    Jeannie
    Mrs. Seymour's Super Stars

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    1. Thanks so much! I am also following you :)

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  5. Just found this on Pinterest and I love it! Thanks so much for a freebie!

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    1. You are welcome! I'm happy you made your way to my blog to let me know. I hope you will find more ideas in the future :)

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  6. That's SUPER cute! Thanks for the share! I'm a new follower. :)

    Little Miss Glamour Goes to Kindergarten

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    1. I'm glad you found me! I'm on my way over to your blog now - LOVE the name :)

      Melissa

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  7. Just found this on Pinterest. I downloaded it and filed it away in my back to school file. Thank you so much!

    Jessica
    The Littlest Scholars

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  8. I saw this on Pinterest. I love it. I'm your newest follower! :D

    Brenda
    You Might Be a First Grader….

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  9. Melissa, thank you so much for sharing! I will definitely use this idea for Open House!

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  10. NICE!!!! I LOVE IT and THANKS for sharing!!!!

    Since I teach K, can it be altered?
    Instead of how many teeth lost, maye..... My favorite color.
    Iinstead of favorite #, I can, When I grow up, I want to be, or My favorite food. (Kinda takes the math vibe away, but these things can be used to create a graph.)

    MANY THANKS,
    Judith

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  11. My kids will love this this fall! Thanks!

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  12. Hi! I will love doing this the first week of school! Lots of first graders don't think about how numbers are all around them, so this will be great! I am a new blogger, too!

    Catherine

    firstgradetopdogs.blogspot.com

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  13. Just discovered and added your site to my bloglovin. Thanks for creating such fun things.

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  14. Thank you so very much for the freebie. I love the idea of Math about Me! It is so important for our students to see, talk and realize math is all around us.

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  15. Thank you so very much for the freebie. I love the idea of Math about Me! It is so important for our students to see, talk and realize math is all around us.

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  16. Where did you get the people cut outs? Is there a black line master?

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  17. Thank you for this idea it is my first time teaching grade one and I love it

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  18. This so cute! What program do you use to make your handouts?

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  19. So cute! Perfect for a back to school activity!

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  20. I used it last year and what a hit!! I am using it again this year :)

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  21. Thank you so much for this freebie!!!

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  22. Thank you so much for the math freebie. So cute! Can't wait to use it!

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  23. My students are doing this activity as I write!! They love it! Thanks!

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  24. Thank you for this wonderful activity. The kids will love it.

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