Monday, May 27, 2013

Back to School Postcards and Fraction Benchmarks

Back to School Postcards- Freebie!

This postcard is the perfect way to reach out and make a connection with your students before school begins. Your students will love getting mail from their soon-to-be teacher!

I sent this postcard to my students before school started last year. I took this document to my local print shop and asked them to print it double sided to look like a postcard. This document includes the front and the back of the postcard. Click here to download this freebie.  I would LOVE comments as well :)
 
 
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Back to School Personalized Postcards- Bundle

 
If you like the freebie and you would like to see more, check out my bundle pack of PERSONALIZED postcards.  There are 24 different designs included. I can personalize the postcards as well. Just email me at bmarsh@bcps.org with which design and your name or grade you would like on the postcard.  Click here to view this product.
 


Fraction Benchmark

 
I just finished a fun activity that I am using this week to teach fraction benchmarks.  This is a wonderful resource to help students learn to estimate fractions on a number line.  Students will estimate whether each fraction is closer to 0, 1/2, or 1.  Click here to purchase this activity from my Teachers Notebook store for $2.00.
 
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8 comments:

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    1. Thanks! I hope you enjoy the freebie!

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  2. Cute products! thank you for the freebie!

    Andrea
    Cheers To School

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  3. I just love those postcards! Too cute! I found you on Manic Monday and I'm your newest follower!


    Angie
    The First Grade Scoop

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    1. Thanks Angie! I hope you enjoy them.

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  4. Hi Bre,
    Found you through Made It Monday- I love the post cards! I'm sure my kids will be excited to get them in August!
    Thank you!!
    Karli
    Creating a Thoughtful Classroom

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    1. Thanks Karli! I love sending my kids postcards before school started. It's always hard to find the perfect one, so I decided to make my own :)

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