Sunday, December 11, 2011

No Pipers Piping


On the ELEVENTH Day of Christmas my blogger gave to me...

Some holiday Color by Code activities to practice addition and subtraction strategies.




Students can practice adding doubles.


Students can practice adding and subtracting with zero.



Students can practice composing and decomposing numbers to 10.






Students can practice adding 3 digits.



Click here to grab the whole set. ENJOY!!

DON'T FORGET to leave a comment below to let me know that you grabbed a copy so I can have some kind of idea how many are grabbed up. THANKS!

**These downloads will only be available for one hour from 8:00 pm-9:00 pm EST.  

After that time, it will be only be available in my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

See you tomorrow for the LAST gift of Christmas and a 12 DAYS of CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY!

29 comments:

  1. Any chance to grab later? I'll be involved with church Christmas concerts at that time.
    I don't know if I don't ask....
    Be blessed,
    Janette

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  2. I'm early tonight - dinner is late. Thanks!

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  3. Wow! Awesome! Thanks so much! I was needing something mathy and at their seat for this week... just coming off a 2 day absence. I will need to get myself together :). Thanks for your freebies. I have missed many, but appreciate the ones I have gotten.

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  4. Thank you... these look great! I know my kids will love them.
    Diane

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  5. Woohoo! it's my first one- I am always late! lol


    Jennifer

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  6. Thanks for all your hard work! I'm grabbing a copy to use with my class.

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  7. Thank you for sharing! My kids love these kinds of activities for a math center. Super cute!

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  8. IM GIVING YOU THE SUNSHINE AWARD! Great Blog.
    Check out my blog to get the details!
    Sara

    talesfromak-1classroom.blogspot.com

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  9. awesome! thank you!! I have to admit - it's kind of like an addiction to get to the computer on time..lol...what will I do when this fun little game is over?!

    ♥ Jen Ross
    The Teachers' Cauldron

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  10. HI Kathy!
    I just picked these up! I am so thankful for all you have shared on your blog the past 11 days. I love all that you make and have purchased lots from you! THANK YOU for sharing your talents with the rest of us! Grateful for you! Gina
    gnicholls@d15.org

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  11. Thanks again! I have my alarm set on my phone so I dont miss out on any day! I love this one!

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  12. These are awesome! Thank you so much for being so generous.

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  13. These are fabulous! Please share how you make them. Thanks again!!

    Rachel
    Ed Link - First Grade

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  14. Thank you for sharing your great ideas and creations!
    Kristen

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  15. Thanks so much for sharing your fabulous ideas! Finally remembered to get online at the right time! :) I'm incredibly grateful for your generosity!

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  16. Thanks Kathy I will use the adding for a math activity. You always have great activities.

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  17. Wonderful! So glad I got online on time to grab these! They'll come in handy when I have a substitute in this week...you just made my planning easier! Wish hubby and I weren't out the last two nights...looks like I missed some great stuff! Hope Santa is extra good to you this year since you've been so good to us!

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  18. I grabbed one too...thanks so much!!

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  19. Phew! 7:58 just on time! Thanks!

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  20. THANKS everyone for playing along! Sorry to say tomorrow is the LAST Day of Christmas. :(

    I hope you have ENJOYED this as much as I have!
    Kathy

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  21. I'm so sad I missed this today....I was caught up working on school stuff and lost track of time. :( Looks really fun though!

    Thank you for all you have shared throughout your 12 days of Christmas!

    Ali
    alischepis(at)gmail.com

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  22. I'm sad that the time zone difference made this hard to catch. First too early, then too late.
    Very cute though. Pat

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  23. I have to agree. It kept saying to early then 10 minutes later I checked and said too late. Silly time difference.

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