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My first graders are OBSESSED with our mini erasers from Target... maybe even more than me! Is that even possible??? But really, during indoor recess, they just want to sort them, stack them, and put them in piles!
To harness all this eraser love, I created this Editable Unicorn Spin and Graph Freebie!
Prepping the Activity
To get this activity ready, all I did was print out the three pre-made spin and graph activities onto cardstock (you can always edit the last page of the file too)!
Then, I laminated each page and paired them with a paperclip spinner, some erasers, and a pencil!
Spin and Graph Activity
To play the activity, students simply use the pencil and paperclip to "spin" on the spinner, say the shape/word/coin, and then graph it with an eraser or other marker.
My kiddos love to predict which item will reach the top and "win" first and they typically take turns with a partner.
Ready to download your own FREE copy? Simply click the blue button below and hop over to my Teachers Pay Teachers page!
Then, check out these other unicorn activities!
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
Unicorn Number Mats // Mrs. Jones' Creation Station
Unicorn Felt Page // Teach Me Mommy
Unicorn Color Recognition // M is for Monster
Hidden Unicorn Color - Changing Discovery Bottle // Schooling a Monkey
Unicorn CVC Word Match // The Kindergarten Connection
Printable Letter U Craft Unicorn // Fun with Mama
Unicorn Color Clip Cards // Fairy Poppins
Unicorn Place Value Game // Pages of Grace
Unicorn Alphabet Puzzles // A Dab of Glue Will Do
Ulla Unicorn's Very Busy School Day! // Liz's Early Learning Spot
Unicorn Sight Word Matching Game // Letters of Literacy
Unicorn Minus One Coverall Game // Recipe for Teaching
Unicorn Sensory Bin // Sara J Creations
Editable Unicorn Sight Word Game // Playdough to Plato
Unicorn Spin and Graph Freebie // The Simplified Classroom
Thanks for stopping by and happy teaching!