Friday, December 16, 2011

Snowman Roll & Color - FREEBIE!

I remember when I was student teaching in Kindergarten a while ago, I loved roll & color games and the kids did too. I have created a snowman roll & color game for your freebie today! You can print out the dice for the game & the recording sheet.

Here is a picture of the recording sheet with the lines.

I would have loved to add more to this recording sheet so the students could count and record how many they had of each picture, but I ran out of room! :(

Click below to get a free copy of this game for yourself!
UPDATE (11/25/12): This item is no longer available for free download.

We only have one day left in the holiday funday freebie week! I promised a giveaway if I could reach 400 followers by the end, but we still have a ways to go! :) **Here's a little incentive!** Blog about this event & post a link to your post in the comments section. I will randomly select 1 person to pick any item of their choice from my TpT or TN store for free! SO, get to blogging! :)


Lisa Howard said...

This is adorable. I love this sort of playful activity.
- Lisa

Miss Kindergarten said...

I blogged about it here:

I hope you reach 400!!

Mrs. Russell's Class said...

So excited you found my blog! It's great to have a pre-k friend!! I can't wait to look through more of your blog! I definitely want to start creating more things of my own, although I probably wouldn't have to because I find so many ideas on blogs that I follow!! Quick question... when you buy your clipart (I haven't bought any yet), do you have to buy special clip art to get the black-and-white images, or can you change the color images to black and white? Thanks for your time!!!

Erin Lukas said...

YES! You have to buy black and white ones. Usually called "Stamps" KPM Doodles is popular with teachers because she is a teacher herself and does not require a license and you can buy a lot of her clip art in combo packs for $5 where you get the color images AND the black and white! So nice!

I'm the same way! I love making stuff, but I also love all the ideas I find on other blogs. I feel like I'm going to have to start turning a lot more themes into two week long themes just so I can fit in everything that I want to!

Mrs. Russell's Class said...

Erin, thanks SO much for the info! That is so helpful to know! Hope you're enjoying your weekend!!

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