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In class I have been struggling to stay afloat this week as I adjust to life in first grade, and one thing that saved me was all of the Pete the Cat goodies I have found on every one's blogs. I decided to make a quick math station game to go along with the books since my firsties really loved Pete!
This is just a simple printable dice and graph set, but once my kiddos learn how to use this format they can do it on their own at our math station. I make a lot of these sets because it's a popular activity with my kiddos, and it keeps the math station fresh when I can change the activity to match our theme but still have a familiar format. I posted this one earlier in the week so if you already grabbed it I apologize for the repeat:
Note: for some reason the previews don't show up properly, I promise if you download and print them they look just fine :)
Pete the Cat Dice
Next week we are doing an Ocean theme - my teammate is doing our lesson plans (I love her!) so I made this set for us
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