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:
Are your students ready for a little math challenge? These Turkey Trio cards have four numbers on the turkey feathers, but only three are needed to make the total on the turkey’s tummy. Can your students determine the three addends needed?
Do you know someone who needs a mug like this in their life? 😂 I can still remember missing a word in a spelling bee when I was little because of this spelling rule!This is why the English language can be so hard! 😜 ... See MoreSee Less