I’m here to share a quick resource update and some great cozy ideas to spruce up your room!
The first Halloween resource is my Halloween Mystery Picture Coordinate Graphing packet. It includes a number of different coordinate graphing mystery pictures for students to work on. My students are obsessed with these. They even beg to do them during indoor recess. Check out some of the pages below and click HERE or the button below to check it out!
My other seasonal creation is a set of math task cards and a memory matching game and activity. Right now, I have been really driving home number sense and writing decimals. I try to be as creative as I can with my kids because these difficult concepts can get very overwhelming. It’s important that I turn a tough concept into something fun that my students can easily understand. So I created these task cards and a memory matching game to make these tough concepts less intimidating. Click HERE or the button below to check it out!
I let my kids work on the task cards at their seats when they finish their assignments early, and I even let some students take them home to work on them with their family (which they love). I have 36 pages of task cards which is a total of 144 individual task cards. Each page is different, and students have to write decimals in standard form, word form, and expanded form. I made sure to leave enough room for students to write on the task cards and included instructions right on the cards so students can work independently with these.