Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Spring into St. Patrick's Day fun!

Just checking in after several months of being knee deep in curriculum...and snow!  I'm so over all of the chilly weather and the whole "polar vortex" theory.  Our annual St. Patrick's 5K is this Sunday and it would be nice not to freeze or slip from ice! It's the middle of March! Spring forward has already happened, so mother nature lets save the rest of the shenanigans for next winter!

On another note, St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner no matter what the thermometer reads! Did you know that St. Patrick was really born in Great Britain and became an Irish slave as a teenager? Or that the shamrock is the symbol associated with St. Patrick because that is how he taught others in Ireland about Christianity and the trinity?  I have become fascinated with the history behind this holiday and decided to pay a little tribute math style to St. Patrick with a fun theme-filled pack!

At under $3, this St. Patrick's Day pack has an incredible value:
-9 different multiplication tables with missing numbers to keep students engaged
-Making multiplication arrays practice pages
-Answer keys
-Flashcards for mastering those multiplication fluency standards. 

You could even print out some of these pages and send to parents for a great home to school connection!

Enjoy the rest of your week!

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Welcome to Kid's Math Talk, LLC!
My name is Desiree and I am super passionate about math education and best practices for students and their teachers. Thanks for stopping by my blog!


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