Monday, March 18, 2013

T-Shirt Download {FREEBIE}

Awhile back I saw this pin and kept thinking I need to do that.  It took me longer than I wanted but I finally got around to getting it together.  I bought a $1 pack of kids' size clothes hangers.  The wire ones may be easier to get the shirts on and off of though.  I made these little shirts and punched a hole in the top.


The original pin focused on making sums to 10.  Below you can see where we've practiced doing that but I also wanted to include the shirts with numbers 1-10 for preK and kinder friends that are still working on counting and matching the quantity to the number shown.  

 I chose to use 2 colors of clothespins so that students can get use to seeing numbers in relation to 5.  You can download a copy of the shirts here.  You'll have to load different colored paper in your printer if you want them to print in multi-colors.  Hope your sweeties have fun with them!

17 comments:

  1. thanks. i love this idea. vhair61215@gmail.com

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  2. Really great idea! Will use for sure!Thanks for sharing!!

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  3. Great idea,Share it to special need kids' parents.Thanks!

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  4. I love this! Thanks for the freebie.

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  5. love this idea for first grade making 10 ! Great idea!

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  7. I like this idea. Thanks for it being a freebie.

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  8. Where did you get the hangers? Love this! Thank you

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  9. Thanks for sharing this great resource! I came across this post via Pinterest, and have included it in my weekly round-up of terrific pins. If you'd like to check it out, you will find the post here: http://littlegreenteacher.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/top-5-pins-of-week-understanding-ten.html

    Cheers,
    Kelly at Little Green

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  10. This is such a fantastic idea! Thanks for sharing the template!

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  11. Really cute idea and fun, too for BTS! Thanks for sharing! A

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  12. I love this idea! Thank you so much.

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  13. I love your colourful, laminated version. Mine were less cute, made of tagboard that now I want to decorate! I have done it double-sided so that it teaches the math families, too. (e.g. 3 + 1 makes 4 and if you flip the shirt around it shows 1 + 3 makes 4)

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