Division is something you learn right after multiplication. So it was time for some division flash cards. These cards are great for those that are getting into the older elementary grades. These cards also match up with the addition flash cards, subtraction flash cards and multiplication flash cards. These cards also have the same color options.
These cards are easy to use and print. There are 8 cards per page. You also have 5 color options: white, red, green, blue, and pink. This gives kids different colors that they might like to have. I have varied what we have used with my girls.
I printed out our cards 2 per page and laminated them. I cut them up and put them on rings so that we can work on dividing by a certain number before we mix it up. This gives her a chance to work hard on learning one set. I did something similar with our multiplication cards.
I am excited about this months Virtual Book Club author: Margaret Wise Brown. We have several of her books at our house. We have some in board books, hard cover and paper back. She is a classical author that many people read over and over.
I think we read Goodnight Moon at our house every night for over 5 years. It was the favorite last book of the night for what seemed like forever. I could read it in my sleep now. I still pull it out for some fun rhyming activities every now and then. Every now and then it does still end up at the bed time book. I love the flow of the books and the words that we learn.
Another favorite book of her has been Big Red Barn. I think we read it with every farm theme week we have done. I know that we read it with our Farm Sensory Bin.
There is not linky for this but a group post that will have ALL the activities on it. It is really fun to see what everyone does! I still encourage you to do an activity inspired by one of the three books! It is always fun to have activities with books.
Check out the Authors for the year and the dates you can come see the activities!
St. Patricks Day is a fun time. I thoughti I would round up a few of the activities and printables on the site. There are so many themes that work for St. Patrick’s Day. You have leprechauns, rainbows, clovers and more.