Sunday, August 4, 2013

VA is for Bloggers - Southern Hospitality Freebie Blog Hop



Welcome to Virginia!



Virginia is for Lovers Bloggers!
A lovely group of Virginia bloggers would like to help usher in the new school year by extending a bit of southern hospitality.  You can follow along the blog hop to visit 20+ Virginia teacher blogs for terrific teaching tips and fun freebies to help get your new school year off to a great start.


I am sharing one of my butterfly math activities called BUTTERFLY WATCHING.




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9 comments:

Nicole Calderbank said...

What a pretty way to integrate math and science! THank you:)

Teach Love

First Grade Carousel said...

Thank you! Love the bug counting and I know my first graders will too!
Maria
First Grade Carousel

Andrea Crawford said...

Cute freebie! Thanks so much for the fun!

Andrea
Reading Toward the Stars

Caitlyn Delaney said...

Aww I love butterflies and that clipart is fabulous! Perfect for kinders!

-Caitlyn
Fourth Grade Lemonade

Karen Stamp said...

What a fun way to practice tally marks!! LOVE the graphics you included too!
Karen :o)
Mrs. Stamp's Kindergarten

The Meek Moose said...

Really nice! We do the butterfly lifecycle in second so this will be great to compliment that unit of study. Thanks so much!

~Heather
The Meek Moose
The Meek Moose on TpT

3rdgradethings.blogspot.com said...

Even though I teach 3rd grade, I plan on sharing your blog with my K teachers- WONDERFUL resources!!!
Jessica (A fellow VA blogger!)

Diane Peck said...

Thanks for the freebie. I was telling my husband today, that I needed to start looking for the Monarch caterpillar in a couple of weeks. This is one of my favorite units to teach. I am a funny site searching through the weeds around my southwest VA home. Thanks for the freebie!

Tess Cogdell said...

I just found your blog and am so excited to find another Virginia blogger! Thanks for the butterfly freebie! So pretty and useful for teaching those tricky tallies!

Tess
The Teacher and the Frog

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