Sunday, September 23, 2012

Math Station Labels and Charts

I've had a lot of requests for my Math Station Labels and Charts. When I first made them I was still very new to the blogging world and wasn't sure how it all worked. I've later learned a lot about copyright laws and such. One of graphics I used on my first set of labels I've learned I can't share. So I've created them again with graphics I CAN share! Here is what they look like now.
Click on the picture above for a FREE download.

I made the little picture cards so you can laminate them and write your kiddo's names with an erasable marker. Then you can reuse them next year. The 'Looks Like, Sounds Like' anchor chart can be printed on your printer's poster setting to make it really big. I hope this helps some of you get your math stations up and running. I sure LOVE math stations and so do my kiddos. If you are new to math stations you'll want to check out this book by Debbie Diller.
Kids need TIME and PRACTICE to process the things they are learning especially in math. Math Stations are a great way to let them get the time and practice they need.

I survived the zoo on Friday. It was soooo much fun. I ended up taking one of my groups around and it was a joy to see how excited they got to see the polar bears swim right up to their faces behind the glass. They wore me out though. I had 5 VERY ACTIVE boys that can really move through the zoo quickly.

This week is Apple Day on Wednesday. I love to make 1st grade Applesauce with the secret ingredient of cinnamon candy hearts! You can check out last years post HERE.
I hope everyone has a fantastic week!


Kimberly said...

Thanks for sharing your hard work! Reorganizing my math work stations is a goal for me this year. This wil really help!
Funky First Grade Fun

Lisa Mattes said...

Cinnamon hearts??? How fun!! Thanks so much for the fab freebie!!! And, copyright/terms of use are kinda tricky to manage!!!
Growing Firsties

A Tale of 2 First Grades said...

I love it when I find other teachers using math stations! I'll be visiting often. :)