Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Winter Freebie

Today I am sharing a little winter freebie I created after being inspired by another clipart artist I blogged about yesterday - Narelle and her wonderful sewing buttons.

Lots of children find learning their multiplication tables difficult so good graphics are needed to help them understand what is going on as they recite 1 x, 2 x, 3 x etc.  Colours can also help with the recall of key facts so hopefully these posters will benefit children by allowing them to count the number of holes in each button (4) and see the repeated addition in process :)

Click on the button below to go to the correct TpT page to download and enjoy!

As a child, I remember my first winter coat being a shaggy orange creation with a zip that made me look like a fuzzy duckling - I was none too keen.  Nowadays my winter coats are the classic black wool with 6 buttons - rather boring or if I am out getting muddy a barbour jacket.  What did you wrap up in as a child and what do you wear now?  I'd love to know :)


  1. I always looked like the Michelin Man in a snow suit. And of course, the minute you are buttoned and zipped and wrapped with a scarf, it was time to use the restroom. Nowadays - not much coat use in Texas, but I do have a ski coat, a pea coat, and gloves in case of emergency

  2. Ha ha I like your comment - you are so right about getting all ready and then needing the loo!