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Cool Cat Slider Craftivities

Cool Cat Slider Craftivities
Cool Cat Slider Craftivities
Cool Cat Slider Craftivities
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My students absolutely LOVE making and collecting “sliders”.
We do one each month to match our theme and whatever standard I want them to practice.

I gave them that name because children “slide” a strip of paper through a “window” in a crafty little graphic, that displays numbers, letters, or 2D shapes.

The cutting & sliding are great for strengthening finger muscles too.

There are 5 cat graphics in this packet, (full-page & 2-on-a-page) as well as 3 different sizes for the sliders, so you can make more than one.

If you’re a big “Pete the Cat” fan, have children color their cats various shades of blue, or if you want your students to get in some cutting practice, run off the patterns on blue construction paper.

I’ve included shoe patterns as well.

If you’re not into Pete, or have a pet or cat theme going on, skip the shoes, and run the cats off on a variety of colors or have children color their cat pattern however they want.

All of the cat patterns come with and without shoes.

There are “sliders” (number strips) for sequencing numbers from 0-10 as well as 1-30; plus a strip for counting backwards from 10-0 or 20-0, as well as strips for skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s, & 10s.

There’s also a slider for uppercase letters, as well as lowercase letter strips, plus a strip of 2D shapes plus a “shoe slider” that reviews colors/coloUrs.

Students trace the numbers/letters and color the 2D shapes/shoes on their slider strips.

If you’re working on patterning, have children choose 2-3 colors to show an AB-AB, ABC-ABC color pattern.

Sliders are very helpful for reinforcing those toughie teen numbers, and are especially great for visual learners.

They are also a super-fun homework assignment, and especially helpful for your ESL, SPED or struggling students, who need a bit more practice.

My favorite thing about sliders is that they are a quick, easy and interesting way for me to review, as well as whole-group assess a variety of standards, by playing a “Show me the number, letter, color or shape” game.

I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy practicing standards with a cool cat.

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