Sunday, October 23, 2011

More Target Eraser Games!

 So I heard that Target had pumpkin erasers and ghost erasers just like the bat erasers I found! Did you find these?
{Erin from Creating and Teaching found them and made these cute activities to go with them!}

I also found erasers at Michaels!
Pumpkins, ghosts and spiders for $2.99 but I used my 40% off coupon so they actually only cost $1.93!

Here is a literacy center game that you can use the pumpkin erasers for:
Lettering matching for Pre-K to 1st grade
If you have the pumpkin erasers, they would be perfect to use as the game pieces to cover the letters. If not, no problem, just use any type of tiny manipulative you have in your classroom.

And a fun math game to practice less & more:

Number practice for K-3rd grade
If you have the ghost erasers, they would be perfect to use as the game pieces to cover the ghosts. If not, no problem, just use any type of tiny manipulative you have in your classroom.

All of these games and more can be found at my TpT store!

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7 comments:

  1. Love this game idea! And thanks for the shout out! :) If I mentioned I found the erasers in the dollar spot, it must have been late at night! I DID find them at Target, but I believe they were $4. I did find a box of small plastic pumpkins in the dollar spot bins (can't remember how much) and they would work great for this too if someone didn't want to spend $4 on pumpkin erasers!

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  2. Haha no no, I just assumed you got them in the dollar spot since that's where I found the bats! No wonder I didn't see any pumpkins! Thanks for the update!

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  3. There were little ghost and pumpkin erasers in the dollar spot back a few weeks ago-I probably bought my Target out! Thank you for these games!!! My students loved playing your bat math game last week.
    ~Meredith
    Keen on Kindergarten

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  4. These games are totally being added to my centers this week! I was about to print, but just noticed that on one the spinners, it looks like next to the capital J there is a lowercase i instead of a lowercase j -wasn't sure if that is just on my computer the bottom of the j isn't showing up correctly or if it was a typo?

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  5. Thanks for the birthday wishes BBFF! :) You are fabulous and yes, it is a big one... 30. :P I am looking forward to it.

    Ms. M
    Ms.M's Blog
    A Teacher's Plan

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  6. Super cute blog!!! I just found you from Taras....nice to meet you..new follower:)

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