December 27, 2011

New math labels in the shop...

Happy Tuesday everyone! I hope you are all enjoying your vacation time with your friends and family.

I have uploaded some math labels to my Teacher's Notebook shop...these are similar to the ones I use for my math games and manipulatives, as shown in the photo below...



I couldn't use the exact same frame shown in the photo, due to terms of use. However, the labels feature the same clipart and are the same size as shown above. They come in blue or green. If interested, you can see more about this item for purchase below...

Teacher's Notebook

If you are a newer member of the blog and looking for a freebie, you can find a TON of free picture math vocabulary cards (this was one of the first free files I ever made, back in the day!!). Click on the image below to jump to that old post...

Aaaand...in other news, stayed tuned for a giveaway for the new year, coming soon. It's a big one (for me) and I've been working on it for days. Ok, those are the only hints I'll give, I hope you will join me again as the giveaway arrives! :)

11 comments:

  1. I am super excited for your giveaway! Thanks for creating those math labels. I use Everyday math too and I love how you have all your games organized!

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  2. Thanks for posting the labels, I love them :) And I can't wait for the giveaway!!

    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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  3. These lables are so cute!!! I don't know what it is you use (graphic, font, etc.) that I will never be able to replicate and make such cute things the way you do :) You're so talented & creative!

    Also, I have a New Year Resolution linky party & a questioner on my blog that I would really love your feedback on. Please stop by and give me your opinion.

    Thanks!!!

    ❤ Mor Zrihen ❤
    A Teacher's Treasure

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  4. Hooray - a giveaway and a little suspense, too. LOVE it!!!
    Your stuff is way too cute. Thanks for sharing!
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

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  5. I wish I could build a nest in your brain! Thank you for sharing!

    Katie

    TwoCanDoIt.Blogspot.com

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  6. I just love this. thanks for sharing! I have some ideas for teaching math with legos on my blog (also a zoo themed literacy booklet and a snowflake mini lesson). Hope you'll check it out.
    - Lisa at ateachersbagoftricks.blogspot.com

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  7. Just wanted to let you know how much I LOVE your blog. As a first year teacher, I am loving all of the great ideas and resources you are always sharing. =) Thanks!

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  8. I can't wait for your giveaway!!!!! To exciting:) Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and are getting some down time. I am starting to panic a smidge because I go back next week and report cards are due and I still have papers to grade and .......can you say procrastinate????

    4th Grade Frolics

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  9. I saw in your teacher's shop the alphabet. I wondered if you had ever thought of making the numbers like 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,20,25,etc.?

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    1. Hi Maribeth! I would like to in the future, but I am getting my class ready for the new year right now. Thank you for visiting :) :)

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