Mama Jenn | Helping you homeschool with ease and creativity!
Homeschooling can be difficult for the parent and boring for the child. But, it doesn’t have to be! My goal is to help you homeschool with ease and creativity!
FREEBIE! Composing Numbers/Addition: Kindergarten Math
Here is a math workpage to help your students with composing numbers/addition. If you like this workpage, check my TPT store for more domino composing and decomposing numbers. Great for homework, or morning work. Thanks for stopping by and looking! ENJOY!!
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Five for Friday.... a REALLY important one!
Hey! I am such a blog slacker lately, so I decided to go the extra mile for my link up with Doodle Bugs for their Five for Friday Linky Party. Five randoms for the week? YES! But I am treating you to some pretty sweet, important things this week. But I will leave the most important, exciting one to the end. (Don't peek! It will ruin the surprise.) 1. Let's begin with our new science unit and a little schema activation... We talk about how our schema is not right or wrong, but how some of our…
First Grade School Box
The following are printables that I use for some of my math centers. Since Louisiana switched to the Common Core, I wanted my centers to reflect the new curriculum our parish(district) uses. Originally, I posted a printable called, "Stamp a Story Problem." I loved this activity because students differentiate the complexity of each problem because they create it. However, it was not organized. Since we focus a lot on the tens frame, I decided to alter the recording sheet. You will need a…
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, Are You Ready for School?
Starting the school year off with Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? is the kindergarten tradition I miss the most as a first grade teacher. Kindergarten does Brown Bear in serious style at my school so my new first graders feel they are oh so old and mature for any revisiting of Brown […]
Hello Freebielicious Friends, I am so excited to share with you some dice games that are dressed up and ready for a little Halloween fun! Any dice game is sure to be a hit with kids! And these are super easy to prepare for take home bags because all you need is a bag, some dice, crayons and copies! Who wouldn't want to take home a bag with this kind of fun inside? Just click on one of the images and grab your copies and get ready for some dice rolling fun! Stop by my blog and join me for…