Alligator, Alligator!

We just finished teaching greater than, less than, and equal to this past week. We used this chant

We also made cute little alligators with popsicle sticks and googly eyes from One Extra Degree. I'm going to introduce the work station that goes along with it this week.




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19 comments

  1. This work station is awesome! It's perfect for my firsties that are struggling with this skill. Thanks for sharing!

    Gladys
    http://teachinginhighheels.blogspot.com

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  2. I just found your blog, and I love it! Thanks for mentioning my little ole' blog! :) Love the center!

    Amanda
    http://www.oneextradegree.blogspot.com

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  3. So cute! Love it! Thanks for your hard work!

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  4. It's almost midnight and I'm just putting the final touches on this math center for tomorrow. LOVE the alligator idea. It's such a great image to help stick the concept in their brain!

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  5. I always loved using greater than less than alligator activities, and your free printable is perfect for creating a hands-on activity! Thanks for so generously sharing your printable! I featured your printable in my Montessori-Inspired Greater Than Less Than Alligator Math post: http://prekandksharing.blogspot.com/2012/08/montessori-inspired-greater-than-less.html Deb @ LivingMontessoriNow.com

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  6. Thank you so much for sharing this!

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  7. I love this! Printing this out now to use with my 5yo for K this year in our homeschool...and sharing on my Pinterest board. Thanks so much!!

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  8. Just found this - what a cute idea! Thanks so much!
    FYI your pinterest button isn't working! I would love to follow you :)

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  9. Love this & am your newest follower. Stop by sometime :)

    Kelly
    http://thefirstgradefairytales.blogspot.com/

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  10. Thank you so much for sharing!! My kids will love this!

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  11. We used this in our classroom this week and it worked sooooooooooo well! I teach first and all of the kids loved it! I hope you don't mind that I posted a link to your activity from my blog. You can check it out here: http://chalkoneupfortheteacher.blogspot.com/

    I am also your newest follower!

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  12. Hi Jessica, thanks so much for this file! I commented on TPT after I downloaded. Perfect timing-just what I needed! I'm a new follower :)

    Patti
    primary practice

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  13. Thank you so much for sharing this! I was getting ready to make a center from scratch when I found this. You saved me HOURS of work!!

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  14. Can't wait for Sept to use this!! Thanks!

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  15. I am going to use this in my upcoming evaluation! Do you have any tips for how to differentiate this? I am a first year teacher!

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  16. OH MY GOSH! Thank you for posting this! I have used the alligator as a teaching tool but never anything this cute and fun!!! I can't thank you enough for posting this!!!!

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  17. Thank you for your job. Just what I need for my students... I already use the story of alligator but I never made a work station with it. You job will travel to french guyana...

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