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I am a wife, a mother to 2 boys, and a Christian Kindergarten Teacher. Besides spending time with my family, I enjoy sewing, scrapbooking, quilting and creating innovative, hands on lessons for my students.

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Because, I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Phillipians 4:13

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Friday, April 13, 2012

MONTHLY GIVEAWAY ***Bug Jar Math**** 2 days left!

This months giveaway is my Bug-Jar-Math unit from TpT! Currently my best seller! Join my blog for a chance to win! Below are details of what is included in the great unit:

This is a set of Math Mats that help kids learn numbers, counting, one to one correspondence, patterning, sorting, colors, number recognition and order, visual discrimination, math vocabulary and various other math concepts. Use groups of bugs to teach skip counting. Use the sorting mats to assess sorting skills. Use the skills worksheets for extra practice. This set includes everything you need to do a unit on numbers 1-10 with insects/ bugs.

Included are:

10 jar mats with 1-10 bugs inside for counting and matching (one to one coorespondence)

10 jar mats with the number above for counting

3 pages of bugs for completing everything in the packet

1 page of extension ideas

5 sorting mats with 4 jars each with 1 bug in each jar

1 matching worksheet, cut and paste the correct bug

1 size order worksheet

1 how many legs do I have mat

1 sort by color mat

1 above or below mat

1 left or right mat

1 like me or not like me mat

To see more images and a preview file of this unit click on this link: Bug-Jar-Math
Should you win please follow up with me and post a comment on how you will use the unit and how your class enjoyed it, Thanks!

Next months giveaway: Welcome to the Jungle Pattern Unit

Good luck!


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