Monday, January 16, 2012

January Math Stations

I am pretty sure I am still in denial that it is January...hence my lateness with January Math Stations. But, seeing as how it is like 15 degrees outside, I'm pretty sure January is here now.

Have you seen this awesome post at Lil' Country Kindergarten?
Check it out - there are some FANTASTIC math freebies available. She made completing my planning guide much easier! Thank you Marlana!

Lil' Country Kindergarten

Planning Guide - makes life much easier!

My stations - grab 'em free!

Other awesome (FREE) stations come from: 


I love bloggy-land! So many creative and giving teachers. :)


Mrs. Lirette said...

Thanks for mentioning my blog! I am so glad you can use the Roll and Cover game! :)

Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives

Marlana said...

Aww, what a sweet post! Thank you so much for including a link to my Math Work Stations Linky. Hopefully others will add their great freebie stations, too! I am so glad you posted your plans. It helps me to see what others are doing. I can't wait to use your freebies!

Lil' Country Kindergaren

Ms.Trinh said...

Great resources, thanks!

The Teacher Tattles

Mrs. Davis said...

I love, love, love your work station resources! Thanks for sharing! :)

Crayons and Curls said...

Thank you for sharing! :)
Crayons and Curls

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

These are great!!
First Grade Blue Skies

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

These are great!!
First Grade Blue Skies

Carrie said...

Thank you SO much for posting this! Your planning guide is great. I can't wait to use your 3D shapes game...we have been talking about those for the past week.

Sharon Dudley said...

Arianne, I just found your blog and I love it! I don't know if you're still doing penguins in your centers next week, but the book "Five Little Penguins Slipping On The Ice" by Steve Metzger is really cool because it's sung to the same tune as "Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed". My kids just love it. "Ten Little Penguins" by Jane Walker is a nice rhyming book that counts backwards from 10. I don't know if you like sequencing songs, but Jack Hartmann has the cutest video on his web site of students doing the "Penguin Dance Chant." My students want to do it all the time! It's such a great memory builder. If you have time and would like some wonderful freebies, come by and check out my blog.

Sharon Dudley, NBCT

Sharon Dudley said...

My link didn't get through, here it is:


Arianne said...

Thanks Sharon! We read 5 little penguins this week-love that book! Can't wait to check out your other suggestions :)

Kim @ The Educators Spin On it said...

I just discovered your blog and love it! I pinned your 3D book onto our Math Board. Can't wait to see what you have planned for spring!

Heather said...

Thanks for sharing, especially the 3D penguins.

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