I am thankful for email!

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I love getting presents in the mail, especially when they are surprises.  Today one of our readers sent me pictures of our Thanksgiving Activity that she completed with her students.  In her note, she said that the “Thanksgiving projects turned out so cute.  It was a great project to get them thinking of character traits, which is something we just learned.”  Your students did a wonderful job on these, Mrs. Kreutzer!!  Thank you so much for sending them in!

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If you would like to complete this activity in your classroom, you can click on the link above or just download the worksheets below!

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Simple Solutions Math Worksheet Generator

The Worksheet Generator allows you to create and print customized worksheets for review, practice, and/or assessment. With thousands of items to choose from, you can tailor each 12-item worksheet to meet the specific needs of your students. Each worksheet comes with a corresponding answer key.

  • Focus on a single topic, or choose up to three topics per worksheet.
  • Select each math problem from a large list of items within a topic. Or, allow the generator to randomly select items for you, based on the topics you’ve chosen.

 

Post Author: Lori

Lori L does many things here at Simple Solutions, including writing blogs and math problems. She has an Elementary Education degree from Cleveland State University and taught many grades during her 15 years at St. Paschal Baylon School in Ohio, the first school that ever used Simple Solutions. She and her husband have two amazing children. Her free time is spent watching Cleveland sports teams including the Cavs, Indians, and even the Browns.

2 thoughts on “I am thankful for email!

    Thanksgiving Nouns

    (November 22, 2013 - 10:44 AM)

    […] For your older students, here is a link to an ELA Thanksgiving activity that we created last year.  This activity allows students to think like characters from the books they are reading.  Mrs. Kreutzer’s students enjoyed the activity so much they even sent us pictures of the completed … […]

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