Wish List Wednesday Giveaway: Nine Addition Center Games With a Year Round Theme



Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas Wish List Wednesday Giveaway: Nine Addition Center Games With a Year Round Theme
Wednesday's Wish List Giveaway and TPT Sale!
Each week some of my teacher-author friends at Owl-ways Be Inspired are going to get together and wish you, our followers, a Happy Wish List Wednesday by having a sale on one of our most popular "Wish Listed" items on TPT. In addition to the savings, on each blog you will have a chance to enter to win the item too!
My Number One Wish Listed Item This Week
Nine Addition Center Games ~Year Round Themes
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26 comments

  1. I have a large room that I will probably decorate in seasonal decorations and change all year long. Then, in my smaller room, where we work with the younger students, I think I will use the Superhero theme since I have mostly boys in that group. Thanks for your Giveaway as well as your wonderful items. I really appreciate all of the free items that you give away on Thursdays.

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind words. I spent five years in first grade and I really loved changing everything with the seasons. They would come in on the first of the month just amazed at how everything had magically changed!

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  2. I am thinking of using the superhero theme. I am moving from kindergarten to 3rd grade and I want something to change with my grade level.

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  3. I change my "theme" throughout the year - start with frogs then apples and then holidays, etc.....

    Cindy
    ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

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    1. I loved changing it seasonally, the students were always so excited to see the new themes each month.

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  4. I really would like to do my room in primary colors.

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  5. Love all your ideas and sharing with all!

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    1. Thank you so much, your comments make it worthwhile! ♥

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  6. Will be using pastel, soothing colors in my room. Using a poster saying "Turn your can'ts into cans & your dreams into plans"

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    1. I love that poster, my 19 y/o has that in her dorm room!

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  7. I am planning to use a black and white theme this year.

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    1. I really love black and white, don't you think it makes it easy to find thing also for your room?

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  8. I will be using black and white with some colors added in.

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    1. That will look amazing, I love how black and white makes the other colors pop out!

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  9. I will probably use bright colors/black. I love having walls that "pop"!

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    1. I just made a comment that I love how black makes the other colors pop out! :) Great minds think alike!

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  10. I'm thinking I'm going to use pastel colors this year. They will go with my book boxes :-)

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  11. I'm doing polka dots and owls in turquoise and lime green.

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  12. I'll probably stick with my Boho Bird theme again this year since I put so much money into it last year! Added a large paper tree to hang bird from and have big word wall to go with it.

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    1. Sandra, One year I changed my theme to "Mrs. Benton's Busy Bees" {previous marriage} and I spent so much money, so much money!! and made so many things, so many things!!! that I stayed the Busy Bees for 5 years. :) ~Fern

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  13. I am using birds as my theme for the 2nd year. I include owls too. I add seasonal touches throughout the year--the birds get Santa hats in December, for example.

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