Help finding calendar numbers

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  1. #1KTEACHER

    #1KTEACHER New Member

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    I have been searching online for a calendar number set that also teaches patterns - the calendar pieces also have shapes on them in rotating colors so you can put them up using an AB pattern, AAB pattern and so on.
    I have not been able to find these anywhere (and I know they're out there somewhere!!!). If anyone out there has seen these or purchased these somewhere - PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHERE!
    Thanks in advance : )
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  3. Jem

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  4. Blue

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    Jem, looking at all your wonderful stuff makes me wish I were in a classroom.
     
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    They come with the Everyday Math curriculum.
     
  6. scmom

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    You can also just buy a couple of different sets and use them - for example I used a set of apples and school houses last month.
     
  7. KinderCowgirl

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    That's what I do - I just buy the cut-outs with different shapes, write the numbers on myself and make my own patterns on the calendar.
     
  8. giraffe326

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    Carson Dellosa makes some that are double sided, so you make patterns by using different sides.

    Or, make your own with die-cuts.
     
  9. czacza

    czacza Multitudinous

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    Ellison machines are great for this.
     
  10. TeacherC

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    I did the same thing- I found shapes that were one color on the front, a different color on the back, wrote my numbers and made my pattern as easy/hard as I needed.
     
  11. scmom

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    makelearningfun.com has a lot of resources, including calendar numbers you can print out if you don't want to spend any money. It is a great site.
     
  12. KinderMissN

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    To make different patterns, I printed my calendar numbers on many colors of cardstock, then used the colors to plan patterns.
     

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