When they play the game they will have the shamrocks all turned over so the numbers aren’t showing, and then the rest of the game works like regular memory, where they have to try to match up the multiplication facts and their answers! Whoever has the most at the end of the game wins!
I can’t wait to use these in my classroom this week… I know my kiddos are going to love it!
Wow, double “free” in my post title tonight!!
First of all, I am SUPER excited because I uploaded my first item EVER to TPT tonight! Wooo hoo! I had been wanting to make a desk fairy note forever, and then I found these adorable St. Patty’s Day monster graphics by the amazing KPM Doodles and decided to make a desk monster note instead! I know my boys will probably like this more than a fairy. So here it is…. my first freebie!
Hope you had a great day!
I am absolutely, positively, obsessed with children’s books! It’s great for my classroom library, but not so great on my wallet… but I just can’t get enough of them! It’s literally a joke in my classroom… many of our Mondays begin with a discussion about where I went over the weekend, and the kids all know immediately that I will be talking about some great new books I picked up for them at the bookstore! They even know the name of my favorite bookstore, (and no, it’s not B&N)!
We have been reading lots of great books the past few weeks for Black History Month, and the kids have been so interested in learning about slavery and the Civil Rights Movement that I just HAD to go see what other books I could find on the topics! After a trip to the bookstore this evening (not my favorite… it was already closed for the evening), I came home with this bunch:
What are you doing for Black History Month? Any good book recommendations I should add to my list?