Number Mazes
This year my school kiddos had a lot of practice with +/-1 and +/-10 with NUMBER MAZES.  They were challenging yet a hit among first and second graders.  The mazes I made go up to 120 and range in difficulty.  I placed these in plastic sleeves and the kiddos used dry erase markers to complete.  They start at the first number and then follow the path and add the number that belongs in each space. 

This PDF contains my mazes, enjoy!!!! number mazes

Baby Bunting
With the buzz of summer I have been too busy to sit in front of a computer.  That doesn't mean we have been idle (far from it!)

I would like to introduce you to the newest member of our family.  Charlie.  He has been keeping us on our toes.  The hubby is stepping up on training him.... and he has a LONG WAYS to go!

(isn't is weird, his eyes are brown, but they are blue pupils in every picture!)

So I saw an adorable small baby gift idea on  With scrap fabric sew small circles and squares into garland.  Package with directions and give as a small gift to a new baby.  I love the ways it could be used. 
  • To decorate the hospital crib (wish I had this, I didn't have any good hospital pictures.
  • Decorate the nursery
  • to use in photo-ops
  • take out every year on the baby's birthday to use as a traditional decoration.
I made boy and girl garland and have lots more
color coordinating to do!

here is the label click here

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