Sunday, January 8, 2012

Stripping In the Winter: Brrrrr


Here's what I am thinking- I better take it S*L*O*W tomorrow. I am not sure my students will remember who I am which could be a real problem. So I better not throw too much at them tomorrow after a 3 week break! They have done these little pattern books and will not find them too challenging. Cutting and coloring shouldn't be too demanding... right? Do you need a game plan for tomorrow? Grab this if it helps! I almost forgot, the graphics are by: www.djinkers.com

14 comments:

Beach Teacher said...

Thanks!

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

I bet they will figure out who you are in no time! lol
Thank for sharing!!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

S. Parker said...

Thank you! My kids love your pattern strip books. It has been a constant center during our math work stations. They will love this. Hope all goes well tomorrow.

Chrissy said...

Bless you!! I was on the computer to find one of your previous pattern strips!

Have a great week :-)
ReadWriteSing

Crayons and Curls said...

Thank you! Have a happy Monday! :)
Cheryl
Crayons and Curls

kandiapple said...

Printed this & the winter chill spinner game. Thanks as always for your generosity. We went back last week. Good luck tomorrow!

Freckleteacher said...

Thank you Fran for the strip pattern book! I'm going back today as well! Hope you and your students have a super day!

Nessa said...

Love your pattern books! Thanks!

Tricia said...

This is super. It will be perfect for activity for my students to work on while I am working on assessments.

Tricia,

Queen with Class

McNuttS said...

Thanks for the freebie! Does each student get 1 sheet of each design or do they just get what happens to line up with their row when the books are put together?

Erin Eberhart said...

I always love your little "strip" books! The title of your post is perfect! ;-)
Erin
Eberhart’s Explorers

Miki said...

LOVE IT!!! Thanks again!!

Carrie said...

thanks for the idea! We'll be putting it in math centers next week!
BTW have you noticed that the math common core doesn't state patterns as a concept, but assumes we'll teach it?!

applesandabcs said...

Thank you for so many good ideas!!!

Michelle
Apples and ABC's