Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Wordless Wednesday~Sept. 17

It's Wordless Wednesday with Miss DeCarbo again. 

I'm excited I finally got our class sudoku board up and running.  When students finish with any assignments they can take out their recording sheets and complete the weekly class sudoku.  I laminated the blocks so I can just wipe them off and change the numbers weekly using a dry erase marker.  Quick and easy.  I just copy one recording sheet per child per week and I'm done.  You can grab the "Can You Sudoku?" recording template here.

What kind of things do you have planned for your students to work on when they finish assignments?


  1. Nice to meet you via the linky :-) Love Sudoku so thanks for the template - I might be tempted to introduce it to the children as I can make it relatively simple for them to begin with - thanks for sharing.
    Special Teaching at Pempi's Palace

  2. This is something I am working on. I have a boggle board printed and some puzzle books and a game tub. I just wonder if my high school kids will take me up on the offer.
    Kovescence of the Mind

  3. I love using write the room, it's easy prepping and clean up and it keeps them busy! I think I almost have one for every month. I want to try sudoku with my second graders since they kind of had a preview of it yesterday. Thanks for sharing!

  4. I like to start out doing simple sudoku boxes. With my KK kids I use pictures. I usually start my 1st graders with 6 boxes and build up to 9 boxes, as seen here. I'm working on a multi level packet for TPT that should be finished soon. I like write the room too!