Welcome to my BRAND NEW blog!!! I was lucky enough to have my blog completely redone by Designs by Kassie!! Did she not do an AMAZING job!?! I am totally in love with my blog's new look, and I just LOVE how it fits my theme!! Have you seen the 'Pin Me' button she created?? It's a DRAGON!!! :-) It was an investment well spent!!
I am also celebrating a personal milestone! Back in June, I set a goal for myself. This morning, that goal was FINALLY achieved!!
My original idea was to have 100 items posted in my TPT store by the end of the summer. At the time, I had 75 items in my store. I thought it'd be easy-peasy to get 25 items done over the summer months. Wellll.........life happened and most of my summer was spent exactly as it should be, with family and friends! :-) So by the time school started up again, I had only been able to raise my total activities posted to 90. Not too shabby, but still not the original goal. I wasn't able to meet my original deadline, but I have finally gotten 100 products listed in my TPT store! I thought it fitting that the 100th product should be a FREEBIE for all of you wonderful folks who have inspired me to keep creating!!
This little freebie is a Write the Room activity created around smiley spiders. This activity focuses on the numerals 1-10, the number words 1-10, and the colors of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, black, brown, and gray.
Each poster has a different number represented by a set of same-colored spiders. The matching number words are also on the posters, done up with spider-web letters.
There are two different types of recording sheets. The first type focuses on the numbers 1-10 and matching those numerals to a set.
Students must identify the number and find the spider set that matches. They then write the number word on the line next to the numeral, and color the numeral to match the color of the spiders. There are two sheets, one for the numerals 1-5 and another for the numerals 6-10. You could either use these to differentiate for students in your room, or copy them back to back and have the students work on all of the numbers.
The next recording sheet has students reading the given color word and then finding the set of spiders that matches that color.
When students find the matching poster, they are to draw the amount of spiders in the set. Since the black spider poster has ten spiders on it, students would draw ten black spiders in the box labeled with the black crayon. You could also have them write the matching numeral inside the box, if you wish.
I hope that you enjoy this freebie, and that you help my celebrate this milestone!! I am going to be throwing a SALE in my TPT store, where every single product will be listed at 10% OFF!! Stock up on all your favorites!! Check back tomorrow to see which products I mark down EVEN FURTHER!!!