Saturday, September 15, 2012

Fantabulous Freebie "Friday"- Direction Cards

I really wanted to post this yesterday for Fantabulous Freebie Friday, but I didn't get home till midnight and I was exhausted so I'm posting a few hours late! 

We went to the Cleveland Indians game last night.  Yeah, I know the Indians are the worst team in the league not exactly the best team in the league, but the seats were amazing!!!  Even if we were sitting by some obnoxious Detroit Tiger fans who kept screaming all night....they were even yelling rude things to the Tiger players.  I just don't get that.  

The fireworks after the game were amazing though!!  They played TV show tunes at the same time and the fireworks were actually really good.  It's cool to see fireworks in the downtown of a city.  They might have been the best part of the night...other than the free tickets!  :)

But, I wanted to share this freebie I found with you.  There are so many great freebies on TpT!  
These classroom direction cards are from Christina Bainbridge and they are so cute.  I have downloaded them, cut them out, laminated them, and added a magnet to the back.  Now they are hanging up on the front of my board under my Touch Point numbers.  We used them this week and they made giving directions so much easier!


All I had to do was drag down the pictures in the order my kids should do them and they had a quick and easy visual if they forgot what to do next. 

One girl kept asking me if she should glue her pictures yet during a science lesson and all I had to do was point to the picture cards and she knew what my answer was!  With first graders these are invaluable!!  

Thanks Christina for sharing them as a freebie!  And I should mention that Christina didn't ask me to do this!  I just loved them so much I had to share!  Click here to visit her blog and click here to visit her TpT store!  

If you download her direction cards, make sure you let her know how awesome they are!  It's always nice to hear that something you created is appreciated by other teachers!  :)

Go get your own direction cards and enjoy the quiet next week!  :)

2 comments:

Tama Trotti said...

great! thanks for sharing!!

Christina Bainbridge said...

I just came across this post via Pinterest... thanks for the lovely shout out!

So glad you could use them!

:)
Christina
*Bunting, Books, and Bainbridge*

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