Halloween Is Upon Us! {FREEBIE Included!}

It is officially October which can only mean one thing....it's to bust out new "not so spooky" resources!! Here at the Mrs. Hodge and Her Kindergarten Kids headquarters {aka my home} I've have the creating bug!! I've been busy working everyday to create some of my best resources yet and I can't wait any longer to show you my two newest products {and freebie}! 

First up is my Halloween -save your ink- Math Printables! 
(I'm kind of in love with the cover! Eeeekkkk!!!)
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 Here is a quick preview of most of the pages included in the unit!
This unit includes skills like one-to-one counting, number words, ten frames, tally marks, coin identification, shapes, even/odd numbers and patterns!!

My daughter could NOT wait to get her hands on these sheets.  I was printing a few pages off to check for clarity and such when she started in on me to do some of them.  Being that good mother/teacher that I am, I obliged and let her have it! You would have thought I just had given her gold.  She was in her element for sure!

Next up is the math's counter part---the Halloween -save your ink-Literacy Printables!
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 Here's an overview of what's included in this pack!
This unit includes skills such as capital letters, lower case letters, matching capital and lower case letters, vowels/constants, initial sounds, real/nonsense words, middle sounds, rhyming and CVC words!!

Again, my little school girl had a hay-day with these!
I hope you like what you see and I hope they will serve your kiddos well at school! They are currently on sale if you'd like to snatch them up now!! 

Now, on to the freebie I think you will love!
Click the picture to download it now!!
I created this graphing activity because it is a great skill that kids can start practicing early on in the school year! The bright colors and cute graphics are sure to keep your students engaged. I simply slip the graph inside of a clear page protector, I give my students a few dry erase markers, a pencil and a paperclip for a spinner and voila--an instant math center that is easy and reusable! I hope you can use this freebie in your classroom!! 

Click on any of the pictures to view them on TpT!

Have a fun and "not so spooky" October!!!

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