Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Double Digit Addition Activities {Giveaway}

I'm going to be honest.  I should have titled this the "whining post".  

This year's spring break has not be going according to plan.  My allergies have prevented me from enjoying the gorgeous weather we've been having.  Instead, I've been cooped up inside.  Yesterday's thirty minute excursion to our lot/new neighborhood spiraled my allergies out of control again.  At this point, I can't even take my doggie for a long walk outside, without coughing and sneezing every five seconds.  But anything is better than last spring break where it was frigidly cold, it snowed, and my husband was living in Atlanta and I was living in Ohio.  So I'm gonna go ahead and stop whining now. :)

Oh, and I finally created a new product for TpT! A bundle of various games to practice double digit addition.  Since I came to second after four years of teaching third grade, I know exactly what skills my little darlings need complete mastery of for third grade and double digit addition is one of them. While they did great on their assessment, I want to make sure this uber important skill stays fresh!  My district does not do regrouping until third grade, but I've included recording sheets for those who you with sweet second graders that do. :)


You can check this activity pack at my Teachers Pay Teachers Store or my Teacher's Notebook store.  I just set up my Teacher's Notebook store, so it's a little messy, don't judge. ;)
Also, TpT is just not accepting my images today, so it might look a little goofy.  Hopefully it will be fixed soon!


Baseball's opening day is tomorrow and I'll be giving this file away to the first person who can guess the MLB team I live closest too. Hint, I live in Ohio--that should narrow it down for ya'll. :)


4 comments:

  1. I know how you feel with the allergies. Feel better soon! Love your blog...your newest follower:

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    Jessica

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  2. I am a Cincinnati gal, so I am going to guess you live closest to the Reds?! Love your blog!! :)

    Courtney Price

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  3. Sorry about your allergies!!!! :-( Boo to allergies! Is it the Indians??? I am so excited for baseball to start!!!! I love baseball because it means summer is near!!!!

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