# Lucky Learning Math & Literacy Centers

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Anna Brantley
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Your lucky learners will have so much fun with these St. Patrick's Day themed math and literacy centers!! This packet includes 10 hands-on centers (5 math & 5 literacy)that reinforce important first grade standards. Each centers comes with a coordinating recording sheet. Please see the list of centers included in the download for more details.

Math Centers

1. Lucky Money - Students match the coin combination cards to the correct amount of money and show their work on the recording sheet.
2. Rainbowtastic Word Problems- Students read and solve the word problems on the rainbow cards. Then they show their work on the recording sheet for each problem.
3. Saint Patrick's Day Addition & Subtraction Sort- Students solve each addition and subtraction problem and sort the answers by whether they are greater than 17, equal to 17, or less than 17. They show their work on their recording sheet.
4. Leprechaun Gold {Base Ten Blocks} True or False Sort- Students sort the base ten equation cards by whether they are true or false. They show their work on the recording sheet.
5. Shamrock Skip Counting- Students use the shamrock cards to skip count backwards by 2's, 5's, and 10's. They show their work on the recording sheet.

Literacy Centers

1. Read the Room- Students read the /ee/ and /ea/ words on the wall and sort them on their recording sheet.
2. Making Words with Happy Saint Patrick's Day- Students make words with the letters in Happy Saint Patrick's Day and show their work on the recording sheet.
3. Lucky ABC Order- Students put the words in ABC order and show their work on their recording sheet.
4. Lucky Monsters Word Sort- Students help the lucky monsters sort the words by whether they are nouns or verbs. They show their work on the recording sheet.
5. Lucky Sentences-Students unscramble each set of cards to make complete sentences and show their work on the recording sheet.

Anna Brantley
www.fun-n-first.blogspot.com

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This is my first time purchasing something on this site... so I may not know exactly how it works. I printed out all of the pages and none of the "center cover sheets" had directions. Where can I find the directions? I made up what I THOUGHT it would be... but it would be nice to have the instructions on each page. Also... did I print incorrectly if I have black marks across most of my mostly blank pages (the thank you page, etc...). Any tips or hints you can provide would make my experience better.
Thank you!!
March 16, 2012
Anna Brantley  (TpT Seller)
Hey there! I will do anything I can to make your first experience buying from TpT better! The Lucky Learners centers have direction sheets and there shouldn't be any black marks in the file. Was the download like that in Adobe or just when you printed it out? Here are some things to try...

1. Make sure you are using an up to date version of Acrobat Reader.
You can check the version by clicking Help then About from within
reader. If you have a version earlier than 5.0 or 6.0, you should
2. If you have a Mac, you may be opening it with a Mac program
called "Preview" and not even know it. Preview has documented problems
opening modern Adobe files. If you have a Mac, try opening Adobe
Reader first (rather than just clicking on the file), then open the
file within Adobe Reader. You may also choose to set the default

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Click on the icon of a PDF file type then choose File --> Get Info
You will see a dialog box labeled something like this "sample.pdf" Info
Near the bottom, you will see a section titled "Open With:"
That indicates what application on you Mac is the default.
Click on the pop-up to bring up the list of possible applications
"Change All" to make it the default application for all .pdf files.
The OS will then ask you if you are sure, click "Continue."

Please e-mail me at crazyforfirstgrade@hotmail.com to let me know if this helps!! I really appreciate your purchase and want to make sure you can get the problem fixed!!

Thanks,
Anna
March 17, 2012

cherylmoss
why am I not getting all the print and directions? Do I need to download some other program first on my Mac?
March 5, 2012
Anna Brantley  (TpT Seller)
Hi There, This is an easy fix!
1. Make sure you are using an up to date version of Acrobat Reader.
You can check the version by clicking Help then About from within
reader. If you have a version earlier than 5.0 or 6.0, you should
2. If you have a Mac, you may be opening it with a Mac program
called "Preview" and not even know it. Preview has documented problems
opening modern Adobe files. If you have a Mac, try opening Adobe
Reader first (rather than just clicking on the file), then open the
file within Adobe Reader. You may also choose to set the default

----------------------------------------------

Click on the icon of a PDF file type then choose File --> Get Info
You will see a dialog box labeled something like this "sample.pdf" Info
Near the bottom, you will see a section titled "Open With:"
That indicates what application on you Mac is the default.
Click on the pop-up to bring up the list of possible applications
"Change All" to make it the default application for all .pdf files.
The OS will then ask you if you are sure, click "Continue."

Thanks SO much for your purchase:) Let me know if the above does not work!!
March 5, 2012

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