Math Monday Funday!

Howdy Everyone!
We've made it to another Math Monday!
Just think in 5 short days it will be Friday and 
all will be right with the world once again.
Although we do have to get through Halloween.
We can do this!
Who else has a movie planned for Friday?


Last week we did a fun doubles activity I'd like to share with you.

I thought of this idea on my ride to work.
That ride is truly my best thinking time and 
really the only quiet I get during the day.
Twenty-two 6/7 year olds all day and three kids
under the age of 5 at home.
Peace and quiet is a thing I may not see
for years to come!

So anyways...
We made doubles spiders!!
The kids put an even amount of legs on each side and 
represented their work with a number sentence. 

Lucky loo for all of you!
This is FREE on my facebook page
You just need to like my fb page.
Click the fan freebie tab and it'll be all yours!
Something to keep your kiddos quiet and subdued
on Friday after the Halloween hysteria. 

Sarah at A Sunny Day in First Grade wrote a great post
last week about the fun doubles stuff they have been doing in her classroom.
I have been loving her doubles posters this week!

Enjoy my friends and Happy Monday!
Maybe if we are all lucky I'll squeeze another post 
in this week!



4 comments

  1. Oh, how cute are your spider doubles! I've just joined your facebook page and downloaded them. My brainwave idea time seems to be just as I am trying to fall asleep. Very irritating!!

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  2. I am SO changing my math plans for tomorrow!!! My kids will LOVE those spiders!! Thanks Deirdre! I'm so happy you like my doubles posters! :)

    Have a super week!!
    Sarah
    A Sunny Day in First Grade

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  3. Love the doubles spiders! That is perfect for this time of year! Thanks for hosting this great linky!

    Amy
    Eclectic Educating

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