September 30, 2012

October Math Intervention

 

I'm so thrilled to be finished with this pack and have it printed
and ready to go for October!
I've got an intervention group during math workshop that's
going to love this stuff.

I plan on making a math intervention pack each month to
keep my materials new and exciting for my students. It's
so funny how kids get excited about having fun, seasonal clipart
on everyday stuff!
And if it motivates them and helps them enjoy the extra
math practice, then I'm all for it. :)

This pack includes lots of stuff...here is a sample.

October themed ten frames that I'm using
with my new erasers from Target dollar spot.
{go get some!}




120 Charts to practice oral counting and skip counting!


I'm LOVING these handwriting sheets I made.
The "highlighted" section helps them see the upper
and bottom half of the lines a little better.
I included some in color, to laminate and have students use with
dry erase markers, and some black line masters you can highlight
yourself.
{I do this in some of my kiddos reading workbooks ahead of time and it helps
them A LOT with their handwriting!}


Number identification practice...


You can do so many different activities with these number and
number word cards...ordering, matching, memory games, etc.


You know I love me some dot pattern cards!
And fun colors with bats!? Yes, please!


Which is more...and which is less :)



I also included part-part whole mats in this pack but forgot to
take a picture of them!

You can find my October Math Intervention Pack in my TpT
store here!
I'll be giving it away for free to the first two friends to comment
on this post who leave their email!
Have a fab evening. :)

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7 comments:

  1. It looks great.

    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  2. So adorable!!! I need to hit the dollar spot now!!!
    Lisen :)
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  3. yes! I'd love for you to join the giveaway :)
    send me product cover or preview with your blog and TpT links :)
    jenross1018@yaoo.com

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  4. Love it! What a great idea! My kids love "theme clipart" too!

    œKaryn
    A is for Apple B is for Blog
    Kideducator@comcast.net

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  5. I love the idea of using the erasers! What a cute and cheap find.

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  6. So fun! I just was in the dollar store and Target and didn't find those cute erasers. I'll be heading to TPT to check it out!

    Lauren
    Go Fourth and Inspire

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