WOW is all I can say... I fell in love with this when I saw the freebie recording sheet, and attempted to make my own board last week... I was so excited to see this today and could not believe that it was FREE! I love that it can be used for addition, subtraction, and multiplication! So excited to start using it this week :)
This is the first board of its kind I've seen, and I love the idea of having a 'game' in the classroom to practice basic skills. The simplicity of these numbers will make it easy to print and customize for my own classroom. I may even print out some extras to use in other parts of my room, too, because they are simple and easy to read! Thanks for sharing the idea and the supplies for free! :)
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This is a great idea. I can't wait to use it. Can you send me the game instructions for it? Thank you so much!
April 17, 2013
Would you be willing to make a set of this game for a Dots on Turquoise theme? I love the blue cheveron pattern you have withth Pronoun kit. Could I also get a copy of the directions for playng the game?
Thanks so much
Sure thing. I accidentally deleted my working copy of add it up, so I only have the PDF. I don't know how to add the instructions to a PDF file. If you can shoot me an email, I'll send them right over.
August 18, 2012
I teach multiplication and would love to use this ... but it just seems to simple ...
Can you explain to me how it should be used properly?
I have been teaching since 2001. I've taught kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, and fifth grade. I currently teach second grade math/science/social studies/spelling. I spent one year as the Instructional Coach for my school.