June 2021 Newsletter- First of the Month Freebie

9 free addition and subtraction problems for Google Slides (TM)

Happy June!

I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to dive headfirst into summer.

Scuba diver craft

I’m pretty excited about this month’s freebie. After taking a break to adjust to life as a mom-of-two when my little one was born in March, I’m back to work on a line of digital fact fluency activities. June’s First of the Month Freebie includes 9 addition & subtraction problems within 5 and 20 for Google Slides (TM)

Free sample of the back-to-school and end-of-year fact fluency review for first grade

These June, July, and August- themed digital math activities will help your students practice skills such as 1) adding & subtracting within 20, 2) identifying addition and subtraction relationships, 3) adding within 5, and more!. The facts are self- checking, so your students will get instant feedback! 

These free fact fluency activities for first grade are self-checking!

These activities are samples from my summer fact fluency bundle. By the way… if you’ve already purchased the Year Long Fact Fluency GROWING BUNDLE for Google Slides (TM), I just added the fall activities last week! Check your purchase on TPT to receive the updates! If you haven’t purchased the growing bundle yet, there’s still time to do so before I add the winter activities. I’m expecting to complete the winter addition & subtraction problems by the end of July, and the price of the bundle will increase then. By purchasing now, you’ll receive the updates for FREE!

Year-long fact fluency bundle for first grade math

Sample the bundle by trying the summer and spring freebies 🙂

Sample the spring fact fluency bundle for free!

In case you missed last month’s newsletter, make sure you snag your freebie before Father’s Day:

Free Father’s Day writing activity
Your class will have fun drawing “selfies” to make this writing activity extra special. These writing pages can be used in a variety of ways. Have younger students dictate their sentences; use them during a writer’s workshop lesson; assign them as a no prep writing center; or provide copies for students to complete as “early finisher” activities! Click here for your free download!
As always, my store is 10% off for the first three days of the month. Thanks for reading!

Take care,
Erika @ Little Owl’s Teacher Treats

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Erika @ Little Owl’s Teacher Treats believes in creating warm, engaging classroom environments that are inclusive of all students. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Penn State University in 2008, and a Master of Arts in Mathematics Education, K-6 from Western Governors University in 2016. She also studied Reading Education at the graduate level at the University of Pittsburgh. Erika taught 5th grade for a year, but she found her true calling teaching first grade for eight years.

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