Teaching Heart Mom

Just a Mom With a Teaching Heart. Find fun activities to do with your kiddos and students (infant to age 10). www.teachingheart.net blog

Monday, August 17, 2009

I did not win... but here's a prize for you!

I am bummed, I did not win the parent choice awards... Losing is no fun (unless I am losing weight)! Burgh Baby won. Congrats to that site! I know many of the 6,000 plus members on my mailring had been voting daily and many of my personal friends and family had been voting too. Thank you to all who voted for Teaching Heart Mom. It was an honor to be nominated for this award.



I did say if Teaching Heart Mom won, I would do a week of free printables... We did not win. Still I would like to thank those that voted with one free printable set. This is a printable board game with a back to school theme. You pick the skill you want to work on and create index cards with the skill. Teachers can use this as a center the first week of school and parents you can use it to get ready for back to school.


The object is to collect all four back to school charms to put on your chalkboard. When your chalkboard is full, you are done and very lucky!


How to Play:
Each player gets one chalkboard to fill.


Taking turns each player rolls the dice and moves their piece ahead.


Once they land they must pull a card and answer the question. You will see that I have two sets of cards on my board. One set is programed for my son (second grade sight words are already on some of the cards). I programed the rest of his cards (the blank ones provided) with math problems and the Kindergarten writing strokes. You can program the blank cards with skills your child or student needs to work on. The other set of cards have things my three year old is working on (shapes, colors, letter sounds, numbers). This game is great because two people working on two different levels can play together! Great when you have a six year old and a three year old playing together. The picture show an example of a set of cards.




Here is what you need to print:

Print 1

Print 2

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5 Comments:

Anonymous amyt said...

Ahhh, Man! I really thought you were going to win. You win my vote! Thanks for the back school gameboard.

August 18, 2009 at 4:53 PM  
Blogger Angie said...

Sorry you didn't win. We were really voting for you! :) Doesn't matter ... you still have the best site! :)

The links for the printables are not working. I get an error each time I try.

Angie

August 18, 2009 at 5:16 PM  
Blogger mrskeene said...

I'm sorry Colleen, I really thought we'd pull it out.

August 18, 2009 at 5:25 PM  
Blogger clc said...

You're a winner with so many people! Thank you for all you do!

August 18, 2009 at 7:43 PM  
Anonymous Denise B said...

Sorry you didn't win!

If you looking for a fun activity to expose students/children to both sight words and phonics, try Er-u-di-tion.

This award winning game helps children learn to read, spell and understand the most common words in the English language while playing an entertaining board game.

Cards are categorized so children of all reading levels can play together!

August 20, 2009 at 5:52 AM  

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