Monday, July 18, 2011

Christmas in July!

Just thought I would join in on the Christmas in July fun and get a jump start on some Christmas activities. Well, one Christmas activity!

Just in case that is too small for you to read, this is a set of counting cards where students can count the pictures and then either find the matching number card, or for older students, laminate the cards and they could use a dry erase marker to write the number in. I used clipart from Lettering Delights and Digi Web Studio to create this cards. EDIT**(yes there is a typo in my images regarding clipart. It has been fixed on the actual documents.)




The set also includes 2 blank cards and 2 blank small squares. You could make more copies of this if you wish, but students could also use dry erase markers to draw their own objects and fill in numbers, etc.


You can download this item in my TpT Store! The item will be free until 11:00pm July 18, 2011 (Eastern Time)! After that, it will be listed for sale!


I love having a TpT store, but I could use some pricing advice from the TpT veterans out there! :) I would love any advice you can provide!
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mandytaylor said...

Super cute! I'd love to get started with digital scrapbooking because it's my kids' only hope of having anything special when I move out of our house. I may just have to hand them my digital camera with a loaded memory stick and call it good...

Just added you to my blogroll! :)
Mandy
firstgradetothecore

erin. said...

I get so over whelmed with the idea of scrapbooking because the possibilities are endless! Maybe one day when I have kids of my own I'll try getting into it. Until then, I'll continue to peruse the scrapbooking isles for my craft projects and use clipart for my school projects!

I never liked the thought of purchasing clipart before, but you can find great deals, AND the quality is awesome!

Thanks so much for joining my blog!
Erin

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