Sunday, September 25, 2011

Kinder Math Sorting Mats & Updates

Wow. After this last summer, I didn't think I could take a one month break from blogging... but look at me. I did. This last month has been nothing but C-R-A-Z-Y! I opened that kinder class that I told you all about, but two and a half weeks into it, I got an offer to go back to the school I taught at last year. I could not say no. I loooved my principal and had made sooo many great friends there that I took the offer and had one afternoon to pack up and move. ((I was secretly hoping this would happen and hadn't brought much stuff with me in case I had oh, a good 2 hours to pack.)) 

So my new position is kind of interesting. I am teaching math and writing in two kinder classes of 33 kiddos each. It's kind of weird because all I have is a desk and a cabinet to put my things. Not to mention, I am like a lot of you and obsessed with room environment. I have no control over that with the classroom. Plus the back and forth between the classes makes for a looong day. 

Now you know why I have been MIA... but I am BACK and plan on posting a lot. Especially when it comes to writing because our writing curriculum is awful and I just plan on using it very loosely. 

As a way of saying sorry for neglecting you and get you all back in my good graces... here are some math sorting mats I made. Just laminate and place in a tray or tub or baggy and you've got yourself some workshop activities. 








So... I hope that makes up for me being MIA. I really have missed you all and can't wait for things to calm down and get back to posting! 


8 comments:

  1. Super cute!!! Thanks for sharing!
    Rebecca @ teachingfirst-abc.blogspot.com

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  2. Your sorting activity is so cute! It makes me wish I taught the itty bitties. In honor of your creative and informative posts, and in celebration of you getting you job back, I am awarding you with the Versatile Blogger Award. Visit my blog to get the details@
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    Patti

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing! I look forward to getting to use these with my students and my own kids!

    www.generaldelksarmy.blogspot.com

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  4. Very cute activity! I am your newest follower!
    ~Meghan
    http://www.mrsmayhew.blogspot.com/

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  5. Cute! Thank you for sharing! :) I am excited to see what you have for writing!

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  6. Wow these are great for a graphing unit. I ususally start my year with one of those. I am completely new to the teacher blogging world. Please come by and check out my new freebie. www.savvyteachingtips.blogspot.com

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