Gingerbread Week - and TONS of Freebies!

Ok friends...

Here are my visual plans for next week...



These plans are FILLED with free resources and some AWESOME paid-for resources. the picture of the plans, and it'll take you to a PDF document to download...when you download the PDF, you can click on all the pictures and links to take you where you can find all the activities (TpT, blogposts, websites, or Freebies!)

The freebies are in the PDF you download to get the links in the plans, but you can also click the pic below

Some other AWESOME gingerbread goodies that I have and am going to find a spot to put them in are from one of my favorite people to shop from - Bubbly Blonde! She has a TON of gingerbread stuff!! 
Go check out her store!

And here are my math plans..... 

*****JUST found another freebie - from one of my fave girls - Queen of the First Grade Jungle!
(of course she HAD to post after I finished this

There are TONS of freebies in those plans from some FABULOUS bloggers!! Make sure to download the PDF to snag them!

We're still working on subtraction with regrouping - I have to say....

I THINK they got it!! I had about a handful of kids that didn't get it last week, so I brought those kids to my back table and worked with them in a small group and had the rest of the kids do some activities from my Subtraction Sleuths pack.

Now that I have everyone on board, we're going to have EVERYONE do the activities in the pack.


I'm starting rounding this week....

Can I tell you??

I have created a FOOL-PROOF way to teaching rounding.

No lie.

I've been doing this for YEARS, but just recently got the clip art to update the file to post it.

It's amazing how well this works, even when I taught 3rd grade, when they were taking the FCAT, I saw them still drawing their hills on the test to help them out - yay!!

It sticks, I promise!!

To see what I did last year, which includes 

more freebies

Click HERE, HERE, and HERE

And, I'm working on this little baby for the next few days....

I'm super excited about it! Different cultures is one of my favorite things to learn about and teach about!

Must be why I love traveling so much!

I'll be starting this NEXT week with my Christmas packs....


AND, remember my Reindeer Freebie ??

It was picked to be on the Cornerstone's Best of December Freebie page!!

Click the pic below to go snag even MORE freebies!!

Big collection of freebies for all grade levels--lots of stuff for the winter holidays!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for all of the great freebies! Can't wait to get started with them!

An Apple a Day in First Grade

Kelley Cirrito said...

Hey I tried to us the link you gave me but I couldn't figure out how to log in to my account I already had and use it. It don't give me that option. Sorry. Your plans look great! We are starting our holidays around the world unit too!

Barbara said...

Tons of great stuff here. Thanks, Jen!
Grade ONEderful
Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

Unknown said...

Great Freebies! I am using your Subtraction Sleuths this week too! I am excited about it - it is awesome. I am even going to use it help with my evaluation! So glad to stop by your blog today!


Kristin said...

Love the freebies!!!
And congrats on having one chosen for the Best Teacher Freebies. That's awesome!!

Gladys said...

Love your visual plans!!

luckeyfrog said...

Oh my goodness. How in the world do you keep all of these bloggy freebies and packs straight so you know what you actually have to pull out and use? Thanks a TON for the freebies!

Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

Unknown said...

Oh my gosh, your gingerbread activities are amazing! It was all things gingerbread in my classroom, too! I love your visual plans, maybe someday I'll be as organized as you!

kevinnelson said...

The post for Gingerbread Week is well-organized and filled with free resources and paid-for materials. The math plans are comprehensive, engaging students with subtraction and regrouping. The post also highlights the upcoming project involving different cultures, making learning more enriching. big truck accident attorney

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