Time for the Sunday Link Up

Happy Sunday everyone. Please join the Link Up and add up to 5 of your favorite resources. These can be free or paid and may come from Teachers Dojo, Teacher Pay Teachers, your blog or your website. Thanks for joining and have a great week.

Fun with Adding Two Digit Numbers With Regrouping

Here is a Race Car themed math activity to teach with Google Classroom™. This interactive, self-correcting Google Classroom math resource is an engaging way for your students to practice place value. The resource is aligned with a common core standard for adding two digit numbers second grade. It will also work well for first graders who are working above grade level.

Crazy Pin for the Weekend Link Up Party

That's right gang! It's crazy pin Link Up. Please pin up to 5 of your favorite resources. These can be free or paid and may come from your TpT site, Teachers Dojo site, blog or website. 

Link Up Party for January 20, 2019

It's too cold to go out. Stay inside with your favorite beverage and join the Link Up for January 20. Please add up to 5 of your favorite resources. These resources can be free or paid and all sources including TpT, Teachers Dojo, your website or blog are always welcome. Thanks for joining, stay warm and have a great week.

Valentine's Day Is One of My Favorites

My favorite fun time of the year is Valentine's Day. I don't know why but it just seems like everything is a little brighter and full of energy on that wonderful day.
A great way to engage your students is the Valentine's Day Math Word Problems. The resource is a PowerPoint. There is one problem on each slide with the answer to that problem on the slide directly behind it.
Happy Valentine's Day to you!

Happy Link Up Party Day

Back to school is just around the corner now. I have a couple of suggestions to make to help ease back into the school routine. First a really good foot massage is a great way to end the week. Second is a Link Up Party to begin the week. Post up to 5 of your favorite resources paid and free are always welcome and from your website, Teacher's Dojo or Teachers Pay Teachers. Thanks for joining and have a great week!

Missing Addends Within 20 Task Cards Groundhog Day theme

Do you need a missing addends activity for a guided math groups, math centers, or math stations? This Groundhog’s Day themed task card set is an way for students to master missing addends and improve math fluency and mental math skills.
You will receive:
24 color task cards.
The same 24 task cards in black and white.
Directions signs in color and in black and white.
Response sheet
Answer key
This is a Learning Harbor Lifesaver Activity. Prep. is super quick, and easy. If you laminate the cards you can use this activity for years to come.

Happy Groundhog Day!

Will the groundhog see his shadow this year? What is the meaning of Groundhog Day—and why do we celebrate weather predictions from a plump marmot? Here’s all you need to know about Groundhog Day!

According to legend, if a groundhog sees its shadow on this day, there will be six more weeks of winter; if it doesn’t, then spring is right around the corner. 
Of course, it’s a bit of a joke. As the Almanac says, “If he sees his shadow, we’ll have six more weeks of winter; if he doesn’t, it’ll be six weeks till spring” because, of course, the dates of the equinox do not change. 
Groundhog Day has deeper meaning because it speaks to the triumph of spring over winter—and birth over death. Originally, this was a Celtic festival marking the cross-quarter day, or midpoint of the season.
Today, that lore has grown into fun winter festivals, with Punxsutawney Phil and furry fellows in other states presiding. For all things groundhog, visit the folks at Punxsutawney.
How often has the groundhog really predicted the coming of spring? According to researchers, the groundhog has accurately predicted the coming of spring only 39 percent of the time (at the time of this writing). No matter what the percentage, it’s a fun time had by all!
Just knowing that Spring is around the corner is the best about Groundhog Day.

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