I talked about this a little bit in a previous post. I have not created my own number of the day sheets simply because there are so many great ones already out there (and they are FREE). Here are some that I have included in my binder:
If you have a fabulous number of the day worksheet, let me know and I’ll add it to this list!
Divider #3 – Graphing
Behind this divider I have several files. First, I have a list of graphing topics that I compiled. Next, I have a list of graphing questions that I found at Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes. She also posted directions for a DIY Graphing Mat. Then, I have blank bar graphs that I created so students can graph our class data and practice labeling. I teach the students to use the acronym T.A.I.L. for graphing (title, axis, interval, labels).
I also heard a rumor that there are some great graphing worksheets over at the Teacher’s Clubhouse. I haven’t purchased them…does anyone know more about these?
Divider #4 – Number Patterns
By far, this section has the least files (so far…). I have found a few worksheets out there, but I tend to just create my own patterns on chart paper. Here are a couple of the pages I found online and chose to include:
Just finished up a book companion for Amazing Animal Journeys, a Level 3 National Geographic Kids text. This book follows the migration of zebras, red crabs, and walruses. If you already own the bundle, be sure to grab this latest addition.
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