Thursday, April 5, 2012

Book Fair

Wow, it's been awhile!  I've been in the zone with two new products that I've been working on like crazy, so I've been a little out of the loop!  It will still be a few weeks until they're ready, because I still need to try them out on my students.

However, I did come up with a little something to share with you.  I recently received an email from my principal about all of the things going on these last 7 weeks of school (not that I'm counting), and we are really going to be busy.  It looks like there will be at least one or two extra things a week that we will be doing-field trips, band concerts, PTO meetings, field day, and on and on.  One of the extra events is our book fair, and I have to admit that I probably get more excited than my students about the book fair, and I know I spend way too much money!  I can't help it-I LOVE books!  Since I'm always looking for a way to tie math into my students' interests, I created a little math activity for my students to complete during the book fair.  It should be fairly easy for my third graders, but I don't think they can get too much money, addition, and subtraction practice.  I also like having my students see how these math skills are used in everyday life.  Just click on the picture for your copy!

6 comments:

luckeyfrog said...

Our book fair is next week! This is so perfect. Thank you for sharing!

Jenny
Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

Michelle Tsivgadellis said...

I tend to zone out a bit while I a focused as well...hence the sudden rush of comments on blogs by me...hehehe

I love book fairs!

Michelle

The 3AM Teacher

Jessica said...

I love this! We just had our book fair so I will have to save it until next time. Thanks for sharing!

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Jessica

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Docs said...

Definitely good.

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