Sunday, November 27, 2011

Even/Odd Christmas Freebie

I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving break. I have been so.incredibly.busy. I ran a Give Thanks 4 Mile Race to benefit charity on Thursday morning, had a great dinner with family, braved the crowds for Black Friday, wrapped many gifts and went to see the Muppet movie with the kids last night. I can't believe it's  already back to school tomorrow. My laundry and my blog were both sorely neglected this week. Why don't we take care of the blog thing right now, shall we?

For your downloading pleasure I have a cute little even and odd sorting activity. Students sort the ornaments by even or odd and put them on the appropriate Christmas tree. A recording sheet is included.


You guys have yourselves a great final hours of vacation.

Heather

8 comments:

Sheree Peterson said...

This is perfect for my math stations. I've just taught even/odd and needed an activity. Thanks for sharing.
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CK said...

Hello! I have just recently discovered teacher blog sites, and am absolutely inspired! I am a teacher working with kids with LD, ADHD & more, and have a feeling your blog is going to be one I visit often! Thanks so much for the amazing ideas and freebies! I have JUST started my own site, but am hoping to get it going full force by the end of the month. Cheers!www.learningoutsidetheboxld.blogspot.com

Sarah said...

Thanks for sharing! This girl always loves a cute freebie!

t. ulch said...

Thanks for this! We have been talking about even/odd #'s at calendar time. This will be a fun addition to the Dec. calendar activities!

Dishing It Out said...

So cute! Thanks for sharing!

Karen said...

Thank you for sharing. You have such cute and wonderful ideas!

Mrs. S said...

This is wonderful!!!! Thank you so much for sharing such a cute math center/game.

Rashay Wilkinson said...

I teach at a school for students with Autism! Its so hard finding online resources, thanks so much for posting!

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