Sunday, June 10, 2012

Another Apple Freebie!

So, I'm still planning ahead! I created a board game for 2-4 players. Students roll the die and advance their player that number of spaces. The first player to reach the Orchard ("Finish") wins! I recommend printing these onto tagboard or cardstock paper. Laminate the game pieces but simply place the game board in a plastic protector sheet! 

Am I the only one who has "Fall" on the brain?

Let me know what your thoughts are on the game! Do you think you could use it in your classroom?

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Planning ahead

If you're anything like me, you are planning ahead for the Fall! I just cannot help myself but start to plan and yes, GET EXCITED! :) I've created an "Autumn Apple Games" activity set on Teachers Pay Teachers. I was thinking it's only fair to SHARE with the wonderful people who have supported me and joined my blog! 

I LOVE DJ Inkers fonts and graphics. I find myself wanting to use their products when I create my items for use in my classroom. In fact, the "Fun in the Sun" book was made using DJ Inker graphics! 

I created an apple spinner game that I can't wait to use with my new first graders in the Fall!

I hope you like it...As a matter of fact, I hope that the link will go to it! I'm still figuring out Google Docs so forgive me if it isn't quite right just yet!

Click her to see if my link works! :) Here's the cover page for a preview!

On that note, does anyone else know another way to share freebies? I don't think I can put DJ Inker creations onto Teachers Pay would be GREATLY appreciated!

Let me know what you think of the game! I am just so excited to be creating and sharing! Teaching is just the most FUN job there is! Am I right?!

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

I'm officially two days into my summer break! It has been really nice to be able to sit back, relax, and READ! I've also been working on figuring out the hows and whats of blogging. I want to share a freebie with anyone who happens to find my blog... Maybe this is a link to it? It is a simple text book that I made. It includes the full color version and a black and white version of the book as well. I hope that anyone who finds it feels it is useful for their summer classroom or as a fun activity to use in August (I know that is when I start!).