What You Made is where we show how people have incorporated our clip art designs into their projects!
We have some wonderful items to show you today made by Mona at First Grade Schoolhouse. She has used a few of our winter and Christmas themed clip art sets in these particular products. For more great stuff check out Mona’s TpT shop here and her blog here!
This unit for first graders is called I Love Christmas Literacy and Math. It includes a whole bunch of activities plus 6 centers. A few of the activities included are compare and contrast Rudolph and Santa’s elves, writing a Christmas poem, making a list of red and green things and making a class book of traditions.
Check out the First Grade Schoolhouse shop to see a bunch more units like this one in her “I Love…” series!
Here’re another couple products for firsties! These packets – Winter Math Story Problems Addition and Winter Math Story Problems Subtraction – include five problem types with three themed activities for each. The themes are winter, Christmas and Valentine’s Day.
Mona says, “Use these whole class, in small groups, or in a math center. You can adjust the lessons by using different problem types and numbers. They can be used for math strategy lessons. Students are able to share their work and strategies with the class by showing how they solved the problems.”
Finally, here is First Grade Schoolhouse’s Winter Math Centers Pack. This is a collection of eight centers covering such topics as two-digit number order, place value to 50, telling time and graphic/tallying. Besides the centers themselves there are some useful extras included like labels for the centers and award certificates.
Click here to visit First Grade Schoolhouse on Teachers Pay Teachers!
Here are some of the Little Red’s Clip Art sets which we’ve spied in these products:
(Links go to our website shop – all sets also available on Etsy and TpT)
Frosty Snowmen Clip Art
Santa and Elves Clip Art
Telling Time Clocks Clip Art
Winter Wear Clip Art
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