Tuesday, March 15, 2011

{Taste the Rainbow} Full Day of Math



**This activity has been updated and corrected so that it says LADYBUG instead of ladybut!**
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18 comments:

  1. Very, very cute! I need to do this sometime soon!

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  2. I found a link to this post via pinterest and LOVE this. My 6 year old son has a developmental disorder and had a really hard time staying on task and keeping to an asignment. I printed this off and just did it with him. That was the best adding, counting work sheet I've done with him and he kept on task the whole time. Thanks for sharing and making this available to print.

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  3. Found this via Pinterest. Will be using it w/ my Kinder-2nd kiddos at the center. They'll be excited! :) Thanks!!!

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  4. Thanks for these great printables! I found your site through Pinterest also and appreciate you sharing this mini-unit! It will be perfect for my kinders Rainbow Unit! Can't wait to do Skittles Math with them-they will love it! :)

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing these. Great sheets to do with Kindergarten.

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  6. This is exactly what I needed for a math lesson in kindergarten. Thank you so much for posting.

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  7. I just found these from Pinterest. I love them! I like how they go beyond the usual just graphing with Skittles. I can't wait to use them!

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  8. Thank you for sharing! I have nut allergies in my class this year, so M & M's are not an option. We are using these on Friday!

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  10. Planning on using these with the little girls I nanny with. <3
    Thanks!

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  11. I'm excited about using this as a fun spring activity! Thanks!

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  12. Wow! This is going to be fabulous for a theme day in kindergarten!

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  13. This is great and it will be a great end to sorting and the beginning of measurement.

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  14. My 85 year-old mother and my seven year-old great-niece live together. I am always looking for activities they can do after school or on the weekend!
    Thanks!

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  15. I homeschool my daughter and for March, we're learning about rainbows. I'm using your printouts for some math lessons. Thanks so much.

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  16. Thanks so much for these awesome math lessons.

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