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I'm so embarrassed right now. There was a mistake on 3 of the pattern pages in my new Polar Express Math pack. Even after getting several proof readers to check it over, the mistakes still got missed. I have fixed the errors so if you have bought it, please go back and re-download the correct file.
This is our last week talking about "The Polar Express". The children are loving all the activities. I made some alphabet practice for my students to do that accompany the math sheets from last week. I still have a few students that need alphabet practice.
Today is the last day that the math pack is on sale for 1/2 price. The alphabet pack will be on sale for 1/2 price until Wednesday. You can find them by clicking on the pictures below.
I love the Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg. The pictures are beautiful and the story is a classic. Since my students loved the story so much, I decided to make some practice sheets for them. These can mainly be used without the use of a pencil (our pencil skills are not good). You will need scissors, glue and crayons (or a bingo dabber).