Saturday, February 23, 2013

DOuNOT miss this great FREE printable!

A few weeks ago I got together with 15 of my county's amazing kindergarten and first grade teachers including Karen Stamp from



 We did a lid challenge and center swap! Everyone had to make an activity or game out of lids and they had to make 15 of each of them so we could all leave the session with 15 new ideas!!!

Last week, Leilani shared her President's Day lid game! ( how cute was that?)!! This week I am sharing my friend and colleagues Brittany's super cute donut game! ( the title makes more sense)

This donut number center is really 3 number activities in one. The first one is number word making with the number. The second activity is number order 1-30 and the last one is filling in the missing numbers.

To make this number center all you need is this printable and 30 lids. We used soda bottle lids or white water bottle lids!  You can grab this printable for free in my TPT store here!


Are you collecting lids yet?!? I think you should be if you are not because over the next few weeks I am going to share with you about 15 more things you can do with lids for FREE or almost free!




35 comments:

  1. Great activity! I was wondering if you could email me the donut labels :)

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  2. These look great! My kids will love this! I would love the donut labels too! Thank you! dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  3. This is so cute and what a great way to use lids! Please send me the doughnut labels! Thank you for sharing!
    Dina
    dnhabc123@comcast.net

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  4. I LOVE this! Please send me the donut labels.Thank you!!
    dana.bledsoe2@gmail.com

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  5. I actually found your TPT store first and now I am a HUGE fan of your blog! I LOVE this activity - it will be so engaging for my kiddos. I would love the donut lables. Thank you!! kspra123@hotmail.com

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  6. YAY!!! Welcome! I just sent you the labels! Thanks so much! Kelly

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  7. Thanks for this great idea to use lids. I would love the donut labels. Thanks so much!
    Lois

    loisl@psdschools.org

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    1. I just sent them! Thanks so much! :)

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  8. I totally want to move to your county....just a little north! Looks like fun!
    Cindy
    www.kindergartenloves@gmail.com

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    1. Cindy- we will have to do another meet up soon! I think you should plan on coming to our summer swap! ;)

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    2. Yes, Cindy! That would be GREAT! Karen :o)

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    3. I just sent you the labels :)

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  9. This was SO MUCH FUN Kelly!!! I love our game swaps!
    Karen :o)
    Mrs. Stamp's Kindergarten

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  10. Thanks so much for the idea! It is so nice that you share. I am also following you on TPT.

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  11. Hi,

    I am hoping you are sending the donuts soon!! I love this idea and want to implement it ASAP.
    blcc80@aol.com
    Thanks again for sharing.
    Leigh

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    1. I just sent them! I hope you enjoy them!

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  12. Love this! I've been looking for a 0-30 activity, perfect for this time of year. THANK YOU! If you don't mind emailing the labels to one more.... vwitherell@gmail.com

    What kind of template did you use for the labels? I'd love to have it for future reference with more of your games! Following you on TPT now!

    Vanessa

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    1. I just sent them! I agree about the numbers....it is so tricky the teens and learning the patterns of the higher numbers!

      Thanks,
      Kelly

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  13. This is so awesome. Thank you for the freebie. I would love to get the labels also. This will fall into my cake boss unit perfectly. Keep up the awesome work. Am a follower here and tpt. God Bless. Mrs. Valerie skubby1@aol.com

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  14. just came across this post and it's awsome. i would love to be able to use your number labels with it.
    thanks!!
    anniestu@me.com

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  15. Thank you! I should have been saving all those lids from the water bottle I drank when I was prego! I would like a copy of the donut labels.
    jessica.sheffield@jordandistrict.org

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  16. Thanks for sharing your donut printable. My class wants to set up a donut shop in our Dramatic play centre and this centre will go perfectly. I would love a copy of the donut labels.
    1976.astrid@gmail.com

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  17. This is a fantastic idea!!! I have been saving lids for sooooooo long and I love to find new ideas on how to use them. May I have the donut labels, please? tidefan307@gmail.com Thank you so much!

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  18. Love this! I am one of those weirdos who doesn't even like donuts, but my youngest daughter is CRAZY about them and this would be so much fun for her! Thank you for sharing the idea! :)

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  19. I love your idea and I love to have the donut labels. Here is my email- keji.adewuyi@gmail.com thank you

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  20. I love seeing you present at the Conference for VA Kindergarten Teachers. I already had three gallon sized Ziploc bags full of lids. Now I have more ideas to use! Please may I have your labels??
    Christina/Richmond/VA
    onebusybee06@gmail.com

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  21. Hi! Just stumbled across this great resource, and my four year old and I are excited to use it! Please send me the labels at Lynette21638@yahoo.com
    Thank you!

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  22. Are you still sending out labels?

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  23. Just in case you are- susan.frame@iesdb.org
    P.S. I agree with another's comment, thanks for making a number recognition game with the higher numbers!

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  24. I am soooo loving this creative idea..... As a teacher of children with special needs and keeping my boys entertained on rainy days i know they would love it. Thxs so much for sharing your Amazing ideas.... I a new to your blog and totally hooked :) I would love the number labels as well. If you could please email them to rocki_u@hotmail.com Thxs a Million :)

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