I know that the calendar has announced that ‘It’s Spring.’ But as I look out my deck window, I still see three feet of snow. Will it never leave?
I’ve decided that the only way to make Spring come is to WILL it to come. So I’m going all out and getting my spring on. I’m starting with No Fuss No Muss I Spy Math Fun for Spring.
My kindersneed a little breath of fresh SPRING to get them through this last week before break. This packet has so many extension pieces and is so completely differentiated, that it can literally last until the end of the school year.
Just print and add magnifying glasses. (Everyone always asks what kind of magnifying glasses I use so I included a link here. These are 10 for $13.95, but you can see they are just the cheap plastic kind. But they work great.)
Lord knows, it might just take until June for all the snow to melt in Michigan. So I anticipate getting a lot of use out of this one.
I don’t like products I can use only one time so I don’t make products that you can use only one time. This set has two I-Spy playing mats for each skill and several recording sheets from which you can use to differentiate and extend learning.
This is everything that is included JUST for number recognition. There are also skills for Teen Numbers, Numbers Greater than 20, Addition to 5, Addition to 10, Subtraction from 5 and Subtraction from 10.
. . .and within these are a plethora of recording sheets. A list of everything is included here.
Students find the teeny tiny numbers or problems hidden in the pictures and record their answers on their recording sheets.
If you’d like to learn more about this set, just click on the picture below.
And pray for an early spring in Michigan. I’m getting sick of all this snow.
Sarah Hankinson says
Putting this in my cart now! I love your math I SPY – I have something for everyone in my classroom!
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Marsha McGuire says
Awww thanks Sarah, I really appreciate that.
Jennifer White says
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Heidi K. says
Hi Marsha- I am on spring break this week and visiting my family in lower Michigan… as I am reading your post- snow flurries are flying around outside! While I don’t have as much snow in Illinois, us teachers have been joking that we don’t get a spring break this year- instead we are taking a second winter break 🙂
Marsha McGuire says
Heidi we had 4 inches of snow when I woke up this morning. It’s not funny anymore! Especially since our beloved state government has decided that we need to make up each day, not just the minutes. We will be school ’til July! Agghh. Enjoy Michigan.