Friday, December 2, 2011

Deck Your Holidays with a Deck of Cards

Give your students a holiday gift that keeps them learning!

I put my rhyming skills to practice with this little number:

"Your teacher is so smart
She wants you to do your part
For learning fame
Do a card game"

I typed up the rhyme and 4 card game directions.
I made 2 different versions: One set focuses on addition and subtraction and the other set includes addition, subtraction, and multiplication.

Attach a deck of cards to the game set and you have a gift for students to "Deck Out their Holidays"

Like this idea?  Grab your copy {HERE}

2 packs of cards at Dollar Tree makes your gift only 50 cents per student.

The first 2 followers to deck my blog with a comment and their email will get a free copy!
Let me know also in your comment which version you prefer, the one with multiplication or without.


  1. That's perfect for my kiddos! I would love your idea.

    Thank you!

  2. Sorry left out which one, I would love the one with addition and subtraction. However, my 8 yr old would benefit having the multiplication one, too. You choose...they are both great!!

  3. What a fabulous idea!! I love this idea for a gift...especially as in Australia our Christmas falls in our 6 week Summer break! This would be a fabulous boredom buster...and they are learning as well!! I love it :)
    Good Morning Mrs Rubie

  4. This is wonderful!! What a great idea~!!


  5. What a fantastic idea! Addition and subtraction would be my choice.

  6. Love card games!
    I have awarded you the Sunshine Award.
    Learn with ME in Grade Three

  7. This is a brilliant idea!!! Thank you so much for sharing!

  8. I did the same thing this past Christmas except I made a booklet of games. Yours is way cuter! I'm going to have to revamp mine for this year because it was a pain to put together.


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