I was totally blown away by the response to the FREEBIE linky party!! I really didn't expect many people to care or to link up, but I guess I underestimated the allure of something free! Thank you to all who participated. There are lots of really great resources.
Directions: Students will walk around the room and tally each object listed. Then, they can record the number in the circle.
I tried to keep in generic so it can be used in many types of classrooms. The "crayons" and "markers" are meant to be the amount at the child's own desk-- unless you have a quick finisher that you need to keep extra busy !
I graduated from Samford University in 2004. I have taught first grade for the past 7 years and love it. I teach at an awesome school in Alabama (which also happens to be where I went to school many years ago). I love my students and my amazing first grade team. I am married to my high school sweetheart. We have two children-- ages 5 and 2.
I named my blog "Just Add Clipart" because clipart makes even the most boring things more fun to teach and learn.