Marj Cosgrove
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The backgrounds are a painting technique using bubble wrap.  Next we used oil pastels on brown construction paper for the trees.  We added a ladder with wooden craft sticks.  They kids designed their own tree houses and tucked them in the branches, lastly, we added green construction paper leaves with sharpie details.

treehouses: backgrounds use bubble wrap, oil pastels on brown construction paper for the trees, a ladder with wooden craft sticks

This mat can be used for greater than, less than, or equal to. This great for first grade.  Meets Common Core Math Standard 2.NBT.4: Compare two two-digit numbers based on meaning of the tens and ones digits, recording the results of comparisons with the symbols , =, and

Simple tool (using brads) for showing number comparisons. greater than, less than, equal to.

Making 10! great idea! First Grade Smiles  Done as partners ~ Each student had ten cubes of one color and a blank copy of the chart.  As a class, traded one color cube with our partner and colored in our chart to match.  Fantastic to reach all learners: oral, visual, kinethetic, tactile.

Making great idea! First Grade Smiles Done as partners ~ Each student had ten cubes of one color and a blank copy of the chart. As a class, traded one color cube with our partner and colored in our chart to match. Fantastic to reach all learners: o

Education to the Core: Classroom Reveal: Black and White with Pops of Color! FREE Behavior Chart

Education to the Core: Classroom Reveal: Black and White with Pops of Color! FREE Behavior Chart: Education to the Core: Classroom Reveal: Black and White with Pops of Color!

fun friday idea. want to make my own version.

Fun Friday stuff, not more learning. :) Plus, this post is hilarious. :) Fun Friday Idea-Kids who have earned the most good behavior tickets throughout the week get to choose first from the Fun Friday board!

Place value game using playing cards. Ask students to draw 2 or 3 cards and then ask them to make a number with the least or greatest value.

Place value game using playing cards. Ask students to draw 2 or 3 cards and then ask them to make a number with the least or greatest value. Or just 2 columns to name more or less with 2 cards